When she’s deported to México, Claudia must choose between reconciling with her estranged father or partnering with a dangerous smuggler to return to the U.S.
More than a hundred years into the future, two Singaporean space engineers are in a spaceship on a mission for the Singapore Space Agency. Kyle, who was born overseas, and Morgan are constantly bickering. As tensions peak, how do the two of them resolve their differences?
Andreas sits alone in his apartment, scouring the internet for evidence. He is making a film. A wake-up call for all of humanity. A call to arms. 'Manifest' is a portrait of a man trying to make sense of a chaotic and unpredictable world.
An intimate statement about the filmmaker’s need for self-expression through her own nudity and simultaneously an effort to reject the taboo of patriarchal society. Using diary entries, anger-filled personal reflections, and discussions with a mother painting her nude daughter, the film opens the topic of overcoming shame for one’s own physicality and female sexuality.
Manifesto is the first independent work of the classic Soviet documentarian Lidia Stepanova. The documentary was compiled from newsreel material shot across the USSR as well as from foreign footage, with the purpose of celebrating the achievements of the newly established Bolshevik state.
In this absurdist satire, an awkward OCD physics genius and a hot ex-Catholic sorority girl wake up after blacking out Halloween night to discover they missed the evacuation of Earth. A mysterious agent pursues the feuding couple as they figure out how to work together to solve the recently entangled multi-verse and ultimately try to save humanity from AI.
A man sentenced to death escapes from a military prison and finds shelter with a resistance group that is set to liberate the country. The repressive enemy never sleeps. The escaping condemned man is also no longer the old warrior he once was: he is broken - wonders whether the resistance can put him back together.
Documentary - With David Schickele's dreamy, retro soundscape, CINE MANIFEST captures a resilient group of artists reminiscing about a time when people weren't afraid to fight for their ideals, while also creating a stirring tribute to American independent filmmaking. - Eugene Corr, Peter Gessner, John Hanson
"Every man's work shall be made manifest, for the day shall declare it, because it shall be revealed by fire and the fire shall try every man's work of what sort it is." -1 Corinthians 111-13
The men the European public admires most extravagantly are the most daring liars; the men they detest most violently are those who try to tell them the truth.
A coming of age story told through the eyes of a young girl whose family spirals out of control after they decide to live off the grid.
A man is visited by the physical manifestation of his inner demon of alcoholism - an adorable 2-foot blue puppet.
Chance incidents of life and in the darkroom collide, as found footage film strips take new shape under a flashlight. Poetic gestures in the source material and the manipulative body movements of the filmmaker form a new take on depicted relationships, a rite of passage and the artefacts of the process itself. As always gestures become actions, and these determine how we live our lives.
Manifest: The Chryzinium Era is a 2017 American science fiction short film drama, written, directed and produced by Rick Lord, Phillip Wade and Tim Wade, in which Madison and her father are outcasts in a society ruled by an alien civilization. Survival is becoming more difficult, forcing Madison to make a decision that will change her life forever. The film stars Phoebe Jacobs, Rick Lord and Tim Wade.
More than a hundred years into the future, two Singaporean astronauts, Kyle and Morgan, are on a space mission for the Singapore Space Agency. Yet, both of them cannot seem to get along as they endeavour to deal with a special piece of cargo on board. Ask Me Anything: Ask Sanif about his filmmaking experience and what he'll be looking out for in the Juree Singapore Awards 2019
Lewis and Clark blaze a trail to the western waters in this epic spoof on American history.
Some believe Mars is the next home for Humanity. But the real "red planet" is a trickster; strikingly beautiful, yet sweetly sinister. Even as a growing armada of instruments arrive, this small cold world conceals its secrets. This film merges the mythic and the scientific to show that Mars may not be what we imagine. Settlers beware: the Red Planet may change us as much as we change it.
An outstanding tribute to various (art) manifestos of the nineteenth and twentieth century, ranging from Communism to Dogme, in connection with thirteen different characters, including a homeless man, a factory worker and a corporate CEO, who are all played by Cate Blanchett. A striking humorous audio-visual experience.
A glimpse into the world of protests and the reasoning behind the actions.
After landing from a turbulent but routine flight, the crew and passengers of Montego Air Flight 828 discover five years have passed in what seemed like a few hours. As their new realities become clear, a deeper mystery unfolds and some of the returned passengers soon realize they may be meant for something greater than they ever thought possible.
The Wayne Manifesto is an Australian children's television series that aired on the ABC in 1996. Based on the children's books by David McRobbie, it is centred around the life 12-year-old Wayne Wilson, showing the world both as the way he would like it and the way it really is. Filmed in Brisbane, Australia, it aired most weekdays in the afternoon at 4pm on the ABC.