Fate of Saboteur
The picture is dedicated to the exploits of the Soviet underground fighters and partisans who heroically fought against the German invaders during the Great Patriotic War. The image of the main character of the railway worker Ales Arlovich is collective, but it is based on the fate of the Soviet underground fighter Fyodor Krylovich, who committed the largest land sabotage of the Second World War at the Osipovichi railway station.
In the Fog
Western frontiers of the USSR, 1942. The region is under German occupation. A man is wrongly accused of collaboration. Desperate to save his dignity, he faces an impossible moral choice.
"A film of horrors" that takes place in the head of almost every inhabitant of Belarus - the last reserve of the socialist system.
Konrad Wolski, head of the Q department, an elite Polish intelligence unit, taking over a Belarusian arms dealer in Istanbul, learns about a terrorist attack planned in Sweden. The weapon to be used in the attack is to come from the Soviet arsenal hidden in Belarus. Konrad immediately contact with Travis, a Polish spy secreted in the Minsk KGB, to obtain intelligence information that will defeat the terrorist plan. The matter is complicated by the fact that Travis has just been exposed by ...
1942, occupied Europe. Gilles Cremieux, a Belgian of Jewish origin, once in a concentration camp, pretends to be a Persian - for him this is the only opportunity to stay alive. This lie, indeed, saves him from being shot, but Gilles does not yet know what price he will have to pay for this salvation. German soldiers bring Gilles to Klaus Koch, a cook in a concentration camp who wants to leave for Iran and open a restaurant there as soon as the war ends. Koch is looking for a real Persian ...
The Sisters of Protest
A documentary film dedicated to girls who went through detention and arrest during the Belarusian protests in August 2020. The first-person film tells how a prison cell changes a person and how long it takes to find a way out – even after being released. “The Sisters of Protest” is a series of monologues of people from different backgrounds, woven into the common experience of a Belarusian girl who is not ready to remain silent when she is deprived of her basic rights.
When the hopes for changes are destroyed, and there are no more effective methods to change anything, all that remains is to stomp one's feet, cry and ask God for death for the president, while masturbating at him.
A documentary about student protests in Belarus. Gaudeamus igitur, Juvenes dum sumus! This is the slogan of all students, which originates from an old student song. Today we, the students of Belarus, instead of learning a variety of professions, are fighting for the right to live in a peaceful and free country.
We Didn’t Know Each Other Until this Summer
The film tells about what happened during and after the presidential elections in Belarus in 2020. The film is based solely on footage filmed by participants or eyewitnesses of protests in Belarus. And it chronicles the first week after voting day.
Maryna, Pavel and Denis belong to an underground theatre group in Minsk, Belarus. In the course of the 2020 presidential elections, they take part in the peaceful mass protests, together with thousands of people. They narrowly escape arrest and torture. What unites them is the hope for freedom of speech and democracy.
Come and See
The invasion of a village in Byelorussia by German forces sends young Florya into the forest to join the weary Resistance fighters, against his family's wishes. There he meets a girl, Glasha, who accompanies him back to his village. On returning home, Florya finds his family and fellow peasants massacred. His continued survival amidst the brutal debris of war becomes increasingly nightmarish, a battle between despair and hope.