Three stories of women in the film Unseen are complemented by three births. Through them, we are given the space to immerse ourselves into the birthing reality in Slovakia and Denmark, and to understand the events that Melody, Stella, and Lucia have faced. The door opens to understanding the complexity of the topic of birth trauma and the necessity of changing the attitude of the health care system and society toward a woman as a mother. We see the need to create a space for change and to preserve a woman’s fundamental human rights.
Maia Martiniak / Slovakia, Czech Republik, Denmark, USA / 2020 / 87 min.
THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM
The Biggest Little Farm chronicles the eight-year quest of John and Molly Chester as they trade city living for 200 acres of barren farmland and a dream to harvest in harmony with nature. Through dogged perseverance and embracing the opportunity provided by natureʼs conflicts, the Chester’s unlock and uncover a biodiverse design for living that exists far beyond …
SING ME A SONG
Young Peyangki lives and studies in a picturesque monastery deep in the mountains of Bhutan. A few years have passed since the king allowed TV and internet into the country, and now the structured daily rituals of candle lighting and recitation of prayers compete with the powerful lure of smart phones. Privately, Peyangki is passionate about love songs and …
THE HAPPIEST MAN ON EARTH
A lonely 40-year-old man sits on the balcony of a Finnish apartment building. Joonas Berghäll has learned that he will die in 14 years’ time, unless he changes his way of living or attitude towards life. Joonas wants to make a film about the state of wellbeing of Finnish men, drawing from his own experiences and mirroring …