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About: In the spring of 2016, for the first time in 54 years, Ariane Mnouchkine entrusts her troupe, the Théâtre du Soleil, to other director. Robert Lepage then embarks on the creation of Kanata, a work that imagines the meeting of Europeans with First Nations folks in Canada over two centuries. Lepage au Soleil: The origin of Kanata shows how, the 36 comedians from 11 various countries, explore in thei...
About: Mixing photos of contemporary Romania, archive movies and the fascinating files of the Romanian secret services compiled during the Cold War, Sophie Dascal draws a mixed portrait of her mysterious grandfather; sketching out a wider reflection on identity, memory and the transmission of the traumas originating out of a totalitarian political regime.
About: A boy releases a large balloon in the dark night… In the south of France, two boys lead us on a strange treasure hunt through crisscrossing roads, armed with GPSes and maps. An observational and absurd street movie, where it is a matter of climbing up trees, celestial explosions and mysterious urls between boys separated by hundreds of kilometres.
About: What is everyday life like for those who are growing up in the outskirts? How is the future being considered? With a sharp sense of observation, Arantxa Hernández Barthe
sketches the portrait of a deprived district in the north of England through its teenagers–who spend their time roaming the streets. An incisive contemporary fresco, full of hope.
About: A kaleidoscopic vision of a mythical and contested zone where tourists, mystics, pilgrims in find of Salvation or even entrepreneurs busy building luxury hotels rub shoulders. While the Dead Sea gradually disappears and the world literally opens up under their feet, Dead Sea Dying offers an audacious rereading of the Biblical past, transfigured before our eyes into a curious dystopia.
About: Following the instructions of a dream, Flavia sets out to create a movie about the Chilean Antarctic. Mixing together Jean-Luc Godard, Chris Marker and Pinochet, this movie also details an unforgettably hilarious interview with Nanni Moretti! Constructive and anarchic cinema at its very best.
About: The bedroom—the zone in which one comes back to one's intimacy, sleep and also perhaps disappointments—serves as a setting to compose the filmmaker’s fragmented portrait. A girl seeks to understand love, sorrow and absence between the folds of sheets, which are intended to hold lovers’ secrets. Davina Maria tries to search her photo just as one makes or unmakes one’s bed. A quest for oneself and a...
About: A Japanese boy named Sushi sets off travelling in a camper that is the same age as him, in southern Portugal. He is looking for a legendary spring that should cure his broken heart. On the road, the door of his car opens onto many encounters. Stumbling along, the folks he meets and the drinks he shares will support him search his method and question what love is.
About: Astronauts set foot on the red world of the Oman desert before the unbelieving eyes of the Bedouin. Two high school women build castles in the air. A young man trains to jump as far as possible. And every hero seems to wonder what their zone in the universe is. Skilfully weaving together the urls between nomadism, exploration, colonisation and desire for freedom—a surprising movie about human inge...
About: Pacific is the name of the building where the director lives, on the 18th floor. Also known as “the suicide tower”, it is a typical example of collective housing. In a subtle interplay between the interior and the exterior, between personal and public areas, Angie Obeid reveals an alarming zone that is closed on itself, even though the windows of the apartments offer a dizzying, suspended view…
About: When Tamara encounters Syzmon, she thinks it is real love. But things turn out to be more complicated than planned and even more so when religion interferes with their relationship. Driven by the energy of its protagonist, Ravens draws a sensual portrait of a feminist and the complex nature of relationships for a young Polish generation in find of emancipation.
About: Minigames of “socialist” Monopoly were played in the Soviet Union: for the Hungarian version, named “Manage your cash wisely”, the first to furnish an apartment would victory the game. Four users meet before Thiago Carvalhaes’s camera to throw the dice once again, reliving, through interspersed archives, their memory of communist Budapest and what it has become under Orban.
About: Somewhere on the coast of Cuba, three brothers and sisters spend the day by the sea. Laura Gabay observes them as well as the globe they are constructing for themselves in the solitude of the shoreline. Time passes and, as the sun goes down, they are still there. Their gestures and games, which at first appear anodyne, gradually reveal the darker social reality of the island and its inhabitants.
About: A group of sailors settle on a small island in the Baltic Sea, lured by its beauty and promise of paradise. When they eventually realize that their dreams are doomed to fail, they return to the mainland where a harsh reality awaits them.
About: The Aviron Bayonnais is a rugby squad having a streak of terrible luck. Even though they war relentlessly, they hold losing. One day, though, things change. Everything seems to be possible again. But will the squad be able to hold up the momentum? Delphine Gleize movies this sports odyssey with humour and passion. She is the only girl in the locker room and the boys talk to her as if she were one ...
About: In a remote Norwegian village the weaving streets have become the topics of controversy. Assuming the role of detective, the documentary investigates the bewildering phenomena of vehicle skid marks and their mysterious appearance. Winding, looping, curving, the hypnotising patterns reveal unexpected frictions in the village.
About: In 1917 Finnish explorer Sakari Pälsi travelled to Northeastern Siberia carrying a cinematograph and 13,000 feet of movie with him. The adventure produced a special documentary movie and a travelogue. A hundred years soon director Kira Jääskeläinen returns to the Bering Strait in Pälsi's footsteps. Combining old and fresh movie footage, Pälsi's notes and the stories of the local indigenous peoples...
About: A poetic time travel fantasy through the imagined history of the United States as a modern fairyland, along the traces of our desire for illusion and escapism – fatally bound between fact and fiction, anticipating the actual reality shifts in the US.
About: Presented by the star of BBC One drama Silent Witness Emilia Fox and Britain’s top criminologist Professor David Wilson, this documentary casts fresh light on the Jack the Ripper case. Together Emilia and David look at the Ripper’s modus operandi using modern technology - like a digital autopsy table - and recreating the murder websites to support understand the extraordinary risks the Ripper took...
About: This 50 minute documentary is edited from the full 60,000 hour version. There is a famous theory that it takes at least 10,000 hours of focused practice for a human to become expert in any field. But in Japan, there are craftspeople who go far beyond this to reach a unique type of mastery. These folks are named Takumi and they devote 60,000 hours to their craft. That's 8 hours a day, 240 days a ye...
About: A closer look at the making of Klute (1971). The project follows the complex shooting on multiple territories in Fresh York with major stars Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland, under the direction of Alan J. Pakula. The two actors and the director share a tiny about their perspectives on the movie and the experience of being part of it.
About: Peter Bogdanovich discusses the period appearance of Paper Moon (and specifically the kind of filters that were used to receive it right), the long takes and camera moves, Tatum O'Neal's terrific performance, the shooting of the chase sequences, etc. Also included are comments from director of photography Laszlo Kovacs, associate producer Frank Marshall, and production designer Polly Platt.
About: Peter Bogdanovich recalls how Tatum O'Neal was selected to enjoy Addie, and discusses Alvin Sargent's script, the shooting of choose sequences in Kansas, the game of the movie (which was enthusiastically endorsed by Orson Welles), etc. Also included are comments from production designer Polly Platt and associate producer Frank Marshall.
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