This week’s new crop
Discover fresh new talent, stories & ideas
Celebrated industry personnel present their favourites from the Zenith library.
We launch our “Guest Curator” section off with Becky Strong, Zenith’s founder.
An incredible way to showcase the devastating affect Greece has experienced post-GFC. Instead of profiling people in poverty, the film cleverly uses the lack of advertisements/billboards in the city, to convey it's message. A beautiful, haunting, poetic film.
Instead of repeating the commonly told story of Auschwitz, AFTER decides to quietly observe a day in the life of the memorial. By observing rather than telling, the audience is invited to reflect upon the monstrosities that took place in their own way, which is often much more powerful.
With fantastic performances by Colia Vranici & Rabah Nait Oufella, this film beautifully questions humans responses to grief. It shows that often, how we deal with pain, is usually the key to overcoming it.
With the world currently experiencing the largest refugee crisis since World War 2, this film is incredibly relevant. Told repeatedly from each characters point of view, the film draws you deeply into their lives especially the progtagonists, who your heart bleeds for.
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