Catalogue
Little Crusader
directed by: Václav Kadrnka

The knight Bořek searches for his missing son. Little Jan has run away from home, fired by stories of the children’s crusades. His father’s crusade is a journey into his own unconscious, where he is forced to confront his greatest fear.
Ice Mother
directed by: Bohdan Sláma

After her husband’s death, Hana lives on alone in the family villa. Her two sons visit her with their families, but these visits frequently end in quarrels. When Hana meets Broňa, a hardy fellow, inured to winter swimming, a new world opens before her. Broňa’s team-mates absorb her into their team and Hana gradually learns to overcome her fear of icy water. Her relation with Broňa grows into love.
 
 
Eva Nová
by Marko Škop

Eva would do anything to regain the love of the one she hurt the most – her son. She is a recovered alcoholic but decades ago she was a movie star.
Waiting Room
by Palo Korec

A documentary about large and small waiting rooms. A story depicting, by way of various possible types of waiting, the cycle of one life based on the specific destinies of real women as they take place or have taken place. It is a documentary mosaic of life which, in some moments, evolves into a searching, even cruel sociological probe into today’s world.
 
 
Miracle
by Juraj Lehotský

Story of a fifteen-year old girl who finds herself referred to a re-education centre as a result of her love affair. She is desperate to love but this is denied her. Despite all the restrictions imposed on her, she is determined to live her life to the full.
New life of family album
by Adam Oľha

Story of a big Slovak family abandoned by the father. The mother, her five daughters and one son Adam are suddenly on their own. Adam decided to record this change by shooting a film as the “last man standing” in the family.
 
 
Osadné
by Marko Škop

Film about the local leaders from the last village on the edge of the European Union. The mayor and the Orthodox priest from the small village of Osadné visit Brussels institutions on invitation from the European Parliament.
Blind loves
by Juraj Lehotský

To find one´s place in this world is not an easy thing to do for people with good sight, but how much more difficult it can get for somebody who is blind? The „view“ of blind persons is often pure and essential, and very often witty. It uncovers “unseen dimensions” of meaning of happiness.
 
 
Back passing
by Jaro Vojtek

Short documentary about the Roma boy David, who wants to take a part in the international football tournament. David asks his father for support, but the father prefers his guitar and bottle of alcohol.
Glass paintings
by Lubor Dohnal

Short documentary about the fine artist Palo Macho. An encounter of his paintings with talks about them and with the world around.
 
 
Other worlds
by Marko Škop

Celebration of a lonely palm
by Marko Škop and Juraj Johanides

Tribute to Elo Havetta (1938–1975), an author of only two feature films that belong to the best of the Slovak cinema. At their time, they brought playfulness and spontaneity, on which the authors of this documentary base their happening.