In late 2013, filmmaker Michael Glawogger set off to Italy, the Balkans and West Africa to create an image of the world— one that "can only emerge by not pursuing any particular theme, by refraining from passing judgment, proceeding without aim. Drifting with no direction except one's own curiosity and intuition." Rather than following identifiable themes, Glawogger sought to absorb his surroundings, and to create something organic and free. Four months and nineteen days into his journey, he perished in Liberia from an acute case of malaria. His colleague and film editor, Monika Willi, created a film from Glawogger’s footage. Combining hard cuts with a gentler style of editing, Willi has shaped a fascinating, visually stunning document. Untitled is a restless film about movement and travelling, about the unknown and the other.