Film:The Reports on Sarah and Saleem(2018)
Director:Muayad Alayan
Storyline:The affaire of a married Palestinian man and a married Israeli woman in Jerusalem takes a dangerous political dimension when they are spotted in the wrong place at the wrong time leaving them to deal with more than their broken marriages.

Director:Tayfun Pirselimoglu
Storyline:Screwy signs indicate the arrival of the doomsday. The people of a small town find themselves on the edge of insanity, thinking the Antichrist is already around. But who is Christ, then? A poor guy with a sacred mark on his back working in a coffee shop? The residents of a small town set between a stormy sea and an ominous forest are becoming insane because of several fearful indications of the doomsday. A black ship anchored far away, a shrill sound over the town, arsons, missing people, along with the sun suddenly turning black, make the people skeptic and lead them to believe that the Antichrist is around. The prominent people of the town, as perplexed as the public, are getting anxious as well because of the President’s imminent visit that requires special handling and unusual preparations. Unhappiness is also boundless in town; people are killing their spouses absurdly. In this gloomy atmosphere, a young, modest guy has just arrived to that bizarre place to start working in a coffeehouse, not yet affected by that contagious madness. His encounters with weird people reveal strange stories beyond his comprehension; while soon enough, he witnesses the freaky murder of an eccentric person coming out of sea. However, all these peculiarities are not even his main concern since his mind is mostly occupied by the thought of the nurse that passes by his working place every day. In spite of her initial indifference to his attention, until the moment she detects a sacred mark on his back and she begins to doubt his intentions. The rumour floats rapidly. Is he really the Christ that’s expected? Or is this a pure coincidence and the real Christ has already been murdered?

Film:Roza of Smyrna(2016)
Director:George Kordellas
Storyline:The enigmatic old woman Rosa from Izmir and the powerful Ismael live for decades with the weight of a well-kept secret. An avid collector of Greek objects in Asia Minor, Dimitris, prepares an exhibition in a renowned museum in Athens on Culture of Nationalities who cohabited in Izmir before the genocide. In a trip to Izmir with the curator of the museum and his girlfriend Rita, he accidentally finds in a small antique shop a Greek wedding dress that is stained with blood. An old photograph, a wedding dress soiled with blood and a letter, become the reason to retract their story from the past.

Film:Very Big Shot(2015)
Director:Mir-Jean Bou Chaaya
Storyline:Intending to smuggle drugs across the borders, a small-time Lebanese drug-dealer slyly manipulates public opinion with the help of an underrated filmmaker.

Director:Yannis Economides
Storyline:By night, Stratos works in a bread factory but by day, he’s a professional hit man. He needs the cash to free Leonidas from prison because the latter once saved his life when he was behind bars. For Stratos, this is simply a question of honour. We’ve no idea how many people he’s already killed, but we do notice that he still has a conscience. He attentively looks after a neighbour’s child, eight-year-old Katharina, as well as her mother and an uncle. At last he has enough money for the prison break-out. But Leonidas is lured into a bloody trap, by his brother of all people, who disappears with the money. At the same time Stratos learns that little Katharina is in danger – both psychologically and physically. He must act, even if this means following one wrongdoing with another.

Film:Boy EatingThe Bird’s Food(2012)
Director:Ektoras Lygizos
Storyline:Three days in the life of an Athens boy who is without a job, a girlfriend, or anything to eat. The only thing he has left is his canary, and he will quite literally share with it anything he’s got.