- Bernard Louargant54'
The milonguero is a night creature, who lives mainly after sundown in the milongas, the lairs of tango. With the life stories of the milongueros of Buenos Aires, the film highlights the social and cultural facets of a dance phenomenon.
- Stéphane Goël85min
If Switzerland is sometimes perceived as heaven on earth, the question that follows is: do its inhabitants believe in heaven? Believers, agnostics and atheists all feel the need for a narrative when confronting death. So, what is left of paradise, which once promised eternal happiness? Encountering people in the twilight of their years, this film... Read more »
- Nicolas Beau52 min
On January 17th 2011, the Tunisian president Ben Ali was overthrown by a popular uprising. Arab Spring was just starting. Great hope was spreading throughout Tunisia, the only country that would know a true democratic transition in four years. But the Tunisian reality, weighed down by the crisis and insecurity, is less shiny. From Zarzis... Read more »
- Thomas Sipp & Mariannick Bellot12 x 2'30 min
Every day, out in the street, at the office or in our homes, we are confronted with thousands of letters in different typefaces. Their number has grown significantly with many screens that surround us everywhere we go. We read them, we write them, we send them. Times, Futura, Helvetica, Mistral, Bodoni, Garamond and so on;... Read more »
- Frédéric Laffont88
Clint Cannon, a Bareback rider from Waller, Texas, does his best to win the World Title and earn enough money to buy a ranch. His father Jay had the same dreams twenty years ago. Rodeo after rodeo, the Cannon’s family goals have gradually become a reality. And the relationship between the father and the son... Read more »
- Olivier Toscer52'
This documentary shows how Silvio Berlusconi has succumbed to a mad desire, to lease an entire country to serve his own interests. At the heart of the comedy of power and through the back alleys of money laundering, we discover how the media mogul-turned-head of government has never been reluctant to use the Mafia’s money and... Read more »
- Audrey Valtille52'
In 1975, ASALA (the Armenian Secret Army for the Liberation of Armenia) was created to force the Turkish government to acknowledge the Armenian genocide and to restore ancestral lands. ASALA committed 80 attacks worldwide, targeting mostly Turkish diplomats but sometimes blindly striking and killing innocent people. Active until 1985, this movement put Armenia back at... Read more »
- Brigitte Chevet52'
As an assistant at the Jeu de Paume Museum in Paris during WWII, Rose Valland risked her life documenting the Nazis plunder of art. She then collaborated with the Monuments Men and toured Germany to find the missing art pieces. Nominated Captain Fine Arts of the French Army, she never stopped trying to “save a... Read more »