The Electric Picture House has partnered with YourScreen to bring a fantastic programme of world cinema - most of it new to the UK and not available on other streaming platforms -  into your living room.

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Veins of the World

Dir: Byambasuren Davaa, Germany/Mongolia, 2020, 96 mins, subtitles, age advisory: 12+
Available from 13 April - 23 May

The director of much-loved world cinema classics The Story of the Weeping Camel and The Cave of the Yellow Dog transports us once again to the spectacular beauty of the Mongolian steppe, this time looking at the encroachment of modernity and its effect on nomadic lifestyles that have changed little in hundreds of years.

Following the sudden death of the leader of a campaign against mining companies who are destroying the habitat on which they depend, his eleven-year-old son steps up to carry on his David vs Goliath fight, an old Mongolian folk tale being both his inspiration and his secret weapon.

“[The film has] an intimate authenticity when it comes to depicting the lives of Mongolian nomadic herders. More than an ethnographic curiosity, the film, in its understated way, is an environmental cri de coeur” – Wendy Ide,  Screen International


The Drifters

Dir: Ben Bond, UK, 2019, 90 mins, age advisory: 15+
Available until 23 May

A film so bright and cool that you need sunglasses to watch it. 

Fanny, a Parisienne waitress, and Koffee, an African immigrant, meet cute at a London English class. Both are running from something – she from a dead-end existence, he from something far more life-threatening. Fleeing London after Koffee has botched a job for his boss, they fetch up in Teignmouth, where a brief respite allows them to get to know each other, enjoy life and ponder where they want to get to, before reality catches up.

Breezily shot in vibrant colours and in a style joyfully recalling the French Nouvelle Vague, this entertaining film makes Teignmouth look like the French Riviera and is imbued with a free-wheeling ambience that is the perfect antidote for the pandemic blues.

An Impossible Project

Dir: Jens Meurer, 99 mins, age advisory: 12+
Available until 23 May

In the world we live in, sometimes a digital download or an image on a screen just isn’t enough – we’re missing physical connection. We need to hold and feel to connect, awaken our senses and evoke our emotions. 

Digital has taken over our lives, from the constant buzz of phone notifications to social-media stories that disappear forever and millions of photos stored on our devices rather than taking pride of place on the mantelpiece. We have apps for everything, from fitness to baking and even for sleeping. We’re reading e-books, streaming, sharing, posting – this is our reality. It’s time for a reset.

This inspiring new documentary follows modern-day Don Quixote, Florian "Doc" Kaps, an eccentric Viennese biologist who risks his career and entire fortune to take on An Impossible Project to save the world's last Polaroid factory. 

In an ode to physical formats, the film charts Doc’s drive to keeping analogue alive, in an against-the-odds mission to break free from the seemingly unstoppable advance of technology. His obsession and passion takes him on a journey across the globe where he encounters like-minded souls who share his passion for the tangible, from photography to vinyl.

Along the way Doc meets others analogue superheroes: there’s Moleskine founder Maria Sebregondi, a direct-to-vinyl recording session in Vienna with American Idol singer Hayley Reinhart, and a fateful trip to the Südbahnhotel, a 1902 Grand Hotel in the Alps, an all-analogue wonder that has stood empty but fully functional for 43 years and that’s set for a revival.

Shot on 35mm and featuring a soundtrack recorded direct to vinyl by a 40-piece jazz orchestra, An Impossible Project  is an affecting and entertaining film that offers a deep, satisfying breath of haptic fresh air in these increasingly unreal times - providing nostalgia, wit and warmth from start to finish.

"A genius film about optimism" Docs Against Gravity 

"Inspiring and engaging" Cineuropa 

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