1. Born Balearic: Jon Sa Trinxa and the Spirit of Ibiza
This documentary film portrays Ibiza’s music scene and the life of “the legendary DJ of Ibiza” Jon Sa Trinxa who devoted his life to music.
2. White Island
An ex-DJ who is trying to live a normal life in London is dragged back into the seductive drug-fueled world of Ibiza nightclubs. This breezy comedy Connor who, after a series of mix ups – which include an angry girlfriend and her drug dealer father, finds himself back on Ibiza with his best friend, caught up in the plans of a violent drug gang, with the only possible support coming from his old mentor Leo.
Jo has come to Ibiza to be a DJ in the club Amnesia. He befriends a solitary woman who’s trying to forget her past. As Jo draws her into techno music, Martha puts everything she had previously lived by into question.
4. One Zero One: The Story Of Cybersissy and BayBjane
It is a 90-minutes documentale, a hybrid of documentary and fiction. It follows the life of 33-year-old Moroccan-German Mourad, who is ‘the smallest drag queen of the world’ and multi-disabled, and 48-year-old Dutch Antoine, who is a nightclub performer as well. Mourad experiments with his disabilities and is not in the closet like most of disabled people, but on stage of Parties on Ibiza amongst the most beautifully built go-go dancers.
The rave scene has arrived from Ibiza and warehouse parties are exploding across the UK bringing phenomenal wealth to the organizers. In Manchester, best mates Matt and Dylan are in their early 20’s and long to be more than just punters.