Advertising Rules! 2001

Edward Kaminsky, an aging ad man, wants a golden parachute from his agency; he must first land the Opel auto contract. Rosa, a youth with wealthy parents, wants to establish herself as an artist. The clumsy and enthusiastic Viktor, not quite honest, wants work. When he wanders into Kaminsky's meeting with Opel and says something about irony, the Opel director wants him in on the campaign. Then he steals an idea from Rosa that the Opel director loves. Before Rosa discovers he's expropriated her idea, Rosa and Viktor become lovers. Father-son feelings materialize between Kaminsky and Viktor. Can the impulsive Viktor hold it together before Rosa learns the truth and flies away?

Doctor Vogel 2004

Dokter Vogel is a short surrealist film with computer animations and special effects in which a boy comes round too soon after a tonsillectomy and mistakes the throat specialist for a cacodemon from his narcosis dream.

Bird Strike 2015

In Bird Strike, we see how man and animal must share the air space and the resulting consequences. In this visual story different characters struggle with their curious relationship with unpredictable flying troublemakers. Will man manage to get his own way, or will nature have the final say in this battle for the skies?

Free as a Bird 2016

10 Year old Imad grows up in a warzone. Together with his mother Halima he hides at home. If one day he finds a bird with a broken wing, Imad brings it home. The birds recovers, but the war rages on. Then Imad is faced with a choice: should he keep the bird, or let it go?

The Strange Bird 1911

Vacationing in Germany, May falls for boatman Max. Her father disapproves and during a night of romance between the young couple Max drowns.

The Small Unit 1979

Based on the true story of the Vig heroes, about 5 soldier friends who get executed by the Nazis in the north of Albania.

The Small Encirclement 1986

Agron, a new chairman of the district executive committee, feels encircled by authority of his mother in law, Frosa and some relatives and friends, which want to make use of Agron's position for their own interests.

Film as Subversive Art: Amos Vogel and Cinema 16 2004

An hour-long filmed profile of Amos Vogel, 82-year old New York resident and Austrian emigre, founder of the New York Film Festival and America's most important film society, Cinema 16.

Mein blauer Vogel fliegt 1975

Based upon a true story, the movie centers on the German communist Robert, a "Kapo" in a concentration camp. When some Polish children are brought to the camp, Robert tries to save them from certain death. Due to his efforts they are being trained as masons and become part of his construction gang. Nevertheless, the boys, and mainly the clever Janusz, are very suspicious of Robert. They have already experienced too much evil and do not want to trust anybody – least of all a German.

Worzel Gummidge 1979

Worzel Gummidge is a children's comedy series, produced by Southern Television for ITV, based on the books by Barbara Euphan Todd. Starting in 1979, the programme starred Jon Pertwee in the title role and ran for four series in the UK until 1981. Channel 4 reprised the show in 1987 as Worzel Gummidge Down Under, which was set in New Zealand.

The Thorn Birds 1983

The story based on a novel by Colleen McCullough focuses on three generations of the Cleary family living on a sheep station in the Australian outback.