- Davy Chou96'
Cambodian cinema flourished in the 1960s, drawing huge crowds to theaters around the country, until the industry was destroyed by the Khmers Rouges in 1975. Of the 400 films produced, only 30 remain today. Almost all the actors were killed during the reign of Pol Pot and only a few of the directors were able... Read more »
- Cédric Tourbe95'
History remembers Lenin as the instigator of the October 1917 Revolution and thus as one of the men who changed the World at the time… We will however discover a completely different reality following, step by step, the incredible story of the Russian Revolution and a Lenin wildly different from the one History chose to... Read more »
- Marcelle Lunam52'
In July 2016 a small foreign crew met in Havana. For the next 11 days, with very little sleep, they would document the face of a new Cuba – a week in the life of five Cuban youths; a dancer, a tattoo artist, a skater, a DJ and an actor… Habana Sixteen is a window... Read more »
- Jérôme de Gerlache70'
Heart of Glass is a journey. A road trip through several countries on two continents in pursuit of a story. The story of a young glass blower with a singular talent: Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert. The film follows him in his daily life-working in the studio and on the road and reveals how passion can undo a... Read more »
- Hervé Cohen45x2'
Life Underground is a series of short programmes, each 2 minutes in duration, that takes viewers on a journey into the world’s underground railways through chance meetings with passengers who share their personal stories with us: a dream, an experience, a touching incident, a profound thought. Each story is recorded in audio only, to be... Read more »
- Joel Soler3x52'
Following the success of the first season, discover three new families of autocrats or bloodstained despots’ wives, three episodes that combine love, glory, and terror. Many films have shown dictatorial regimes all over the world, but only a few films show the role played by the despot’s spouses. They accepted for the first time to... Read more »
- Alejandra Rojo63
Since filmmaker Raoul Ruiz’s death in 2011, many tributes and retrospectives of his work have been organized around the world. Born in South Chile, member of Allende’s government, and then exiled in France, Raoul Ruiz had many lives. This documentary, made of film extracts, interviews and testimonies, depicts the life of one of the greatest... Read more »
- Thomas Sipp8 x 6'
Typography is at the heart of our contemporary culture. The film plunges us into the “typographic cauldron” of the great modern metropolis. We are taken on safaris through some of the great European cities by typographers who will decipher for us the “jungle” of typefaces swarming all around us.