- Marc Petitjean48'
In Japan, more than four million young people, many of whom hold diplomas, work in insecure positions and are victims of the economic situation and of new working conditions imposed by employers who have realized the benefits of using temporary employees. Some freeters, because they do not earn enough money to pay their rent, find... Read more »
- Talheh Daryanavard55 min
Amina, Fatoma and Asma are three friends from small and distant islands of the Persian Golf in the South of Iran. They managed to go to university in Teheran from where they are taking a train that will bring them back to their native village. The movie “Safar” accompanies them during the ride in the... Read more »
- Clément Cogitore52'&43'&36'
Nina and Ely are growing old peacefully in their apartment in Moscow, secluded in the middle of a hundred or so paintings by Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci,Velazquez, Rubens… With their crow and cats around them, Nina and Ely tell whoever is willing to listen the amazing and epic story of their collection: nobility, love of... Read more »
- Elisa Mantin52'
2006 marked the publication of the first novel by Roberto Saviano, a young Italian journalist of 26 very much engaged in the war on the new Mafia, the Camorra. The book, Gomorra, quickly became a runaway bestseller in Italy and abroad. The film inspired by the book won the Grand Prix at Cannes 2008 and... Read more »
- Alexandre Sokourov48 min
- Alexandre Sokourov20 min
A simple montage of images shot in Lithaunia in 1990 during the republic’s economic blockade by Moscow, who refused to recognize its independence declaration. Two heros : the Lithuanian people and their President Landsbergis who is filmed in the Soviet Supreme and the streets of Vilnius. But like the other elegies, it’s not a question... Read more »
- Alexandre Sokourov40 min
A subjective (rather than ironically objective) document, (rather than a documentary), on Boris Yelstin at the instant of his political destitution, when the «Soviet» leader learned both how to confront communist power and Mikhaïl Gorbatchev, the man of Perestroïka.
- Alexandre Sokourov68 min
Russia, end of the 19th century, European news-reels, beginning of the 20th century. Natural combination of documentary and poetic elements is a characteristic feature of Sokurov’s films. The sound, the image and photographs of the end of the 19th century Russia are intertwined to create an artistic symbol, making us nostalgic for the past times... Read more »