- Jean-Hugues Berrou52'
How does a politician – assassinated some thirty-five years ago – gradually become a public figure? An extremely vibrant image which shows up where you least expect it. It recently served as figurehead for the Arab Spring revolutions, from Rabat to Sanaa, whereas we had thought it had been relegated to t-shirts and cigarette lighters.... Read more »
- Marc Petitjean52 & 90 min
The Fukushima nuclear disaster is seen trough the eyes of the charismatic and committed doctor Hida. Essential witness of the Hiroshima atomic bombing, he has been the doctor of irradiated people for more than 60 years. At the age of 97, he keeps fighting for a fairer world, using humor and provocation to denounce the... Read more »
- Chus Gutiérrez52' & 94'
During the last 200 years Sacromonte, a neighborhood of Granada, has been the cradle of Flamenco and an international reference of cultural tourism. It has given birth to many of the best artists and it is a must for the travellers that visit their Cuevas (Caves) to enjoy their Zambras, the quintessential show of Flamenco... Read more »
- Angèle Diabang52'
In Panzi, in the Kivu province ( Democratic Republic of Congo), the doctor Denis Mukwege has created a hospital where victims of wartime sexual violences are taken in and get reconstructive surgery. The hospital provides them with medical care but also gives them moral support to rebuild their economic and civic lives. All the executive... Read more »
- Alain Mazars87'
Two parallel narratives. The first follows a present-day investigation by a group of Burmese through Mandalay, Maymo, Myaungmya, Twante, Syriam, Insein, Moulmein and Katha, where from 1922 to 1927 the most celebrated Western writer in Myanmar, George Orwell, worked as a policeman for the British Empire. The second narrative mirrors the first in the here... Read more »
- Christian Wyss, Franziska Engelhardt52'
There is no war – nevertheless, Central America has the highest homicide rate in the world. Gangs known as the Maras terrorise the populace. The film embarks on a road trip to explore the phenomenon of violence in Guatemala, Honduras and in El Salvador, portraying the brutal realities on various levels: the source of the... Read more »
- Laetitia Carton105
This film is a letter to my friend Vincent who died ten years ago. Vincent was Deaf. He introduced me to his language, his culture, his world. Through Vincent ‘s life, the film will examine the roots of the distress that plagues the Deaf, and also explore a rich and fascinating world, a people that... Read more »
- Olivier Joyard52'
This is the story of a generation radically changing the notion we have of gastronomy – lighter, more fun, spicy and sometimes surprising. The story of a change in attitudes, sudden and radical, which made a practice still considered as bourgeois and stuffy, a glamorous and desirable movement, the forefront of a broader awareness of... Read more »