This award-winning documentary offers an intimate account of South Korea's first and only gay choir – and its work to gain acceptance in a relatively conservative nation increasingly captivating Asia and the world through its popular culture.
The first documentary set in the fascinating and strictly-prohibited Baekhong Temple - a women-only Buddhist monastery in the pristine mountains of South Korea - this film is a visually striking exposé of female spirituality in contemporary Korea.
A sensitive and complex portrait of Marianna - as she transitions from living as a man to as a woman - and whose pursuit of self-determination risks estrangement from her family and friends.
This visually hypnotic and revealing documentary delves deep into the social truths of European gay culture and offers a poignant glimpse into the lives of immigrant Romany youth - one of the most marginalized groups in contemporary Europe.
This powerful exposé explores the world of working women in Asia and their ongoing struggle for rights. - Winner of the Silver Lion at the Venice Biennale