POI E - It’s a difficult song to sing, but an easy song to feel

Poi E’, a simple song with a catchy beat released 32 years ago, has become New Zealand’s unofficial national anthem. The movie POI E is the story of how that iconic song gave pride to generations of New Zealanders. Director Tearepa Kahi captures...

Program tips for SATURDAY 25.5.

The second day of the Zlín Film Festival will fully live up to the theme of Explore & Discover. There are several gatherings based on travel in the program. Steve Lichtag is taking audiences into the wild nature of the island of Aldabra, Dominik Bari...

Interview with the cast & crew of INDIAN HORSE

In the late 1950’s Ontario, eight-year-old Saul Indian Horse is torn from his Ojibway family and committed to one of Canada’s notorious Catholic Residential Schools. In this oppressive environment, Saul is denied the freedom to speak his language...

59th Zlin Film Festival started today

For whole nine days, the city of Zlin is coming alive with the bustle of its traditional film festival. This year is already the 59th International Film Festival for Children and Youth, it starts on Friday 24th May and runs until Saturday 1st June,...

Director Shawn Seet about STORM BOY

“When in panic, use a red bucket.” In a contemporary version of the classic Australian tale STORM BOY, Michael - the original Storm Boy from the 1976 feature film of the same name – has grown up to become a retired businessman and grandfather.