- Léo Favier10x5'
Propaganda is a series of short documentaries with the intention of decoding, in a scathing, offbeat way, the marketing techniques used to ensure the success of star products. Each episode equates to a critique of one particular method and is based on an existing “product” & marketing campaign (a NASA mission, the Donald Trump campaign,... Read more »
- Will Francome & Mark Pizzey86'
The human cost of the death penalty in America comes in for timely, gripping examination in The Penalty, the vital new documentary from British filmmakers Will Francome & Mark Pizzey (One for Ten). Embedding themselves in the stories of three fascinating people affected by the American capital punishment system, the filmmakers follow the stories of... Read more »
- Philippe Borrel52'
Full time employment appears to be a symbol of a time long gone. Intelligent machines, more reliable and less costly than humans, are in the process of replacing us, while the development of algorithms contributes to the increasing work automation. The next target of this fourth industrial revolution : white collars, the core of the middle class.... Read more »
- Laurent Védrine52'
Destiny of the director Jean Rouch intertwines with his abounding work : between ethnological research, surrealism, cinematic innovations and adventure stories set in Africa. The artist, born in 1917, marked the history of cinema of the second half of the 20th century. In Niamey, on the banks of the river Niger where he now lies, his... Read more »
- Sophie Bassaler23x6'
INSTANTS OF CINEMA is a series of 22 short films that tells for the first time the encounter between the Magnum Photos Agency and the world of cinema, with each episode focusing on a single photographer and an « instant of cinema ». Through the voices of the photographers, we will discover in each episode the... 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 »
- Gregory Monro52'
With his gauche, at times naïve, manner and his slender but reassuring figure, Stewart embodies a successful life; he’s the kind of guy that everyone would like to be like. Mitchum, with his legendary nonchalance and his hangdog look, is more like the naughty kid, the loveable rogue that everybody would like to have as... Read more »
- 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 »