- Nadège Trebal87 min
Every day, hundreds of men pace through the self-service automobile scrap yard, spending hours taking carcasses to pieces, looking for the missing part. They come from all over the world, often more impoverished than others, which makes them more creative. The film meets them within the open sky maze of wrecks, false desert where these... Read more »
- Sophie Bredier65'
- Mark Kidel52'
John Adams is generally believed to be America’s greatest living composer. He is the most American of composers, reflecting the country’s diverse cultures as well as its rich and complex musical history. This portrait of the artist by Mark Kidel will make us discover a truly music adventurer.
- Blaise Harrison60
A small town nestling in the middle of a snowy expanse. In a crowded hall, some musicians are warming up. Cacophony. The conductor calls for silence. On a river bank at dawn, an old man is fishing alone, alert. Nearby, a band of Indians are marching to music for the carnival. A young hunter stalks... Read more »
- Jean Bodon52'
Night Trains From Košice is a story about genocide; A story about the depravity of human nature; A story about how justice isn’t always served. It’s a story that lays bare what sadism truly looks like, without reservation. It’s a story about the Holocaust, but it’s like nothing you’ve experienced before. Meet Laszlo Csatary–one of... Read more »
- Anne Andreu52'
Since her death over forty years ago, Jean Seberg has remained an incredible source of inspiration for writers. Yet there has never been a film about her, either documentary or fiction. Our aim is to reveal the multiple aspects of the personality and life of Jean Seberg: there is the broken American dream of the... Read more »
- Joel Soler5x52'
For the first time ever the most infamous first ladies (Imelda Marcos, Philippines; Agathe Habyarimana, Rwanda; Nexhmije Hoxha, Albania; Jewel Taylor, Liberia; Lucia Pinochet, Chile) are gathered together in this documentary saga that steps into the lives of these controversial women, examining the power, responsibility, and consequence of their roles as spouses of the world’s... Read more »
- Esther Hoffenberg56'
“If you start writing an autobiography you have to go all the way” asserted Violette Leduc. Homosexuality, abortion, bastardness, she confronted all of the 50’s taboo topics without any hypocrisy. Her “intrepid sincerity” brought her admiration and support from Simone de Beauvoir. Almost 50 years after the public success of The Bastard, the strength of... Read more »