• CONTEURS D’IMAGES

    Noëlle Deschamps
    52min

    This documentary is a “poetic journey” to the four corners of the planet, through the imaginations of several writers and directors from all over the world, such as Frank Pierson, Jacques Audiard, Pan Nalin, James Gray, Guillermo Arriaga, Maïwenn and Michel Gondry. By entering their world, through the images of their films and personal interviews... Read more »

  • TAKE THE BOAT

    Camille Hamet & Séréna Robin
    56'

    Whereas France recently celebrated the 40th anniversary of abortion legalization, the woman’s right to choose is still not guaranteed everywhere in Europe. In Ireland, abortion is punishable by a fourteen-year jail sentence. Every year, it is estimated that thousands of women travel to the UK to access this medical procedure. In conversation, people often say they “take the... Read more »

  • JIHAD 2.0

    Olivier Toscer
    52'

    For nearly two years, an extraordinary effective terrorist propaganda has been flooding the Internet. Through an unfailing control over social networks and the mass production of ultra-violent footage enhanced by special effects and edited like rap music videos, the ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sham) terrorists have been hammering their hateful message. How did... Read more »

  • PACO DE LUCIA: A JOURNEY

    Curro Sanchez
    92'

    A lively chronicle of the career of the brilliant Andalusian guitarist Paco de Lucía, who died suddenly in February of this year at the age of 66. All the way from the first time the penniless young Paco picked up a guitar in his birth city of Algeciras to the creation of his final album... Read more »

  • BLACK DANDY, A POLITICAL BEAUTY

    Ariel Wizman & Laurent Lunetta
    52'

    Pharrell Williams, Kanye West, Lebron James… Nowadays, the most fashionable heroes of pop culture are black men. Their love of style is not only a status symbol or a vapid superficial trend, it is rooted in a deep American cultural history, as flamboyant as it is political, that of Black Dandyism. This movement recalls more... Read more »

  • THE FLYING STARS

    Ngardy Conteh George, Allan Tong
    52' & 65'

    Team captain Bornor Kargbo and midfielder Census Jalloh are amputees who play organized soccer in Sierra Leone to cope with the horrors of war they suffered a decade ago. As they dream of playing internationally, they wrestle with nightmares that haunt their daily lives and threaten the very families they are trying to feed. Can... Read more »

  • WHO ARE YOU MR COURBET?

    Isabelle Brunnarius
    52'

    Gustave Courbet is one of the most important French painters of the XIXth century. This enfant terrible is full of contradictions and can be as endearing as annoying. Filmed in Paris, his Ornans native city and Switzerland – where he spent his last days in exile, this piece aims to better understand the paintings of... Read more »

  • ARCTIC SPLEEN

    Piergiorgio Casotti
    62'

    Arctic Spleen is a personal intimate journey inside the Greenlandic juvenile world where nature, violence, boredom and a strong cultural legacy have been claiming for decades the highest and saddest “toll”. That of hundreds of young lives. In East Greenland twenty percent of youths aged between 15 and 25 try to end their lives every... Read more »

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