LEIO

At age 25, Kao is already a popstar on the decline. To make things ever worse his beloved grandpa just left this earthly realm. So he heads back to his native village for the funeral. A trip that immediately makes him miss Bangkok. Rocky desert as far as the eye can see, with not a… Continue reading LEIO

LIFE OF MARIKO IN KABUKICHO

A man is on the run in Tokyo. People sometimes see him wandering the streets at night holding a mysterious basket. But those unfortunate enough to peek inside, end up X-rayed into a smoldering pile of bones… A couple of days earlier, a UFO allegedly crashes in the outskirts of the city and the FBI… Continue reading LIFE OF MARIKO IN KABUKICHO

NEXT DOOR

After five failed attempts to pass the police academy entry exam, we can officially state that Chan-woo is a first-rate wanker. Now, in his defense, he has the kind of neighbors that hold a Hellfest at home every night, which surely doesn’t help him concentrate… Oh well, no biggie, he’s just going to sign up… Continue reading NEXT DOOR

YOU LIE YOU DIE

At first glance, a beautiful evening lies ahead with Barcelona in its springtime splendor. Tonight, Edu wants to introduce his girlfriend Marina to his best buds Rai and Viky. He’s a director, she’s an actress and they’re such a happy couple. But instead of an evening of booze and tapas, Edu has booked an escape… Continue reading YOU LIE YOU DIE

LA PIETÀ

La Pietà is a key work of Italian Renaissance sculpture by Michelangelo Buonarroti, made in Carrara marble for Cardinal Jean de Bilhères’ funeral… Ergh, sorry wrong file! Instead, LA PIETÀ is a key work of strange, wonderfully bold BIFFF cinema by Álex de la Iglesia protégé Eduardo Casanova about a boy well into his 20’s… Continue reading LA PIETÀ

THE BLACK SQUARE

Vincent and Niels, his young padawan, are the happiest art thieves in the world. They have succeeded in stealing the famous Black Square by Kasimir Malevich, considered a masterpiece of Russian avant-garde. Now they are to sell the work to a filthy rich client on a cruise ship, cash in the 60 mill price tag… Continue reading THE BLACK SQUARE

TINY CINEMA

Welcome to Tyler Cornack’s Tiny Cinema, in which he basically presents his whole cinematic universe on a miniature platter: a midget narrator – Michael J. Anderson (!) straight out of TWIN PEAKS’ Black Lodge, though this time not speaking backwards -, “That’s what she said” jokes gone horribly and demonically wrong, a single lady finally… Continue reading TINY CINEMA

KIPKAP

Joe isn’t hard to please; fries swamped in ketchup, a fresh pint and his mates is all he needs to be happy. But he’s also got one peculiar passion… Ever since the The Belgian Wave of UFO observations in the 80’s, Joe has been obsessed and convinced that aliens have infiltrated every layer of society.… Continue reading KIPKAP

REDEMPTION OF A ROGUE

After 7 years of exile, Jimmy Cullen decides to head back to his native village. A return of the prodigal son it is not, seeing as the whole village hates his guts after a lost football match. His luck isn’t better with his brother’s, who welcomes him with a firm head butt. Same for his… Continue reading REDEMPTION OF A ROGUE