Santos Inocentes

Her and Him live together and love each other. Him wants to have kids and Her is not so sure. Everything changes when Him believes Her is pregnant. Him realizes that maybe having kids with Her, is no quite what he really wants.


This is the story of a husband and wife, with the woman trapped in a male-dominated society and the man trapped in his own macho behaviour. A simple, uncomplicated story that underlines the grip of a male dominant system around women.


In the Chontal language of Oaxaca, Ajá means water. This cinematic essay explores and reinterprets the Chonta, the mystical rain ceremony of the people. This audiovisual creation was made by the filmmaker in honour of his late uncle Simitrio, a healer, musician and prayer. Simitrio will guide the
viewer with his narration


Water dances and flows with perfect rhythm until its journey is interrupted by humans. The brilliantly illustrated short film is not guided by a red thread, but by a blue drop.


Watamula is where Curaçao breathes. It is also the destination of René, who emerges from a river and stumbles on his way. As he encounters sharp thorns and sweet rosebuds, rejection and consolation, he
clings to the amulet given to him at birth.

The Great Escaper

In the summer of 2014, Bernard Jordan (Michael Cane) made global headlines. He had staged a “great escape” from his care home to join fellow war veterans on a beach in Normandy, commemorating their fallen comrades at the D-Day Landings 70th anniversary. The Great Escaper not only tells the inspiring story of a man trying to come to terms with his lasting war trauma.

Itu Ninu

In a highly controlled smart city in the year 2084 two climate migrants try to connect through old-fashioned letters. In the not-so-distant future of 2084, Ángel finds himself trapped as a climate migrant in an undisclosed city, where surveillance reigns supreme.

Zwarte stem

Artist and youth worker Bram Mvambanu (rapper Cycz) discovers his voice in a polarized world. He engages in probing conversations with people on the street and those close to him about racism, the slavery past and identity.

The Gap

The Gap was born out of a series of workshops with students during a residency at Instituto Buena Vista on the island of Curaçao. Two queer friends are slowly exploring the island when they find a message in a bottle on the beach.

Manchá ku goso

Manchá ku goso is a surrealistic exploration of self-forgiveness and compassion. The characters discover that true self-love isn’t about erasing flaws, but embracing them as part of one’s identity.