- 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 »
- Layth Abdulamir26'
Death penalty continues in some countries. Ashmawi, the executioner of Egypt is a meticulous professionnal of the legal murder. As for the condemned, they testify of the unsustaible wait for death.
- Sophie Fiennes, Mathieu Amalric, Martin de Thurah, Hannes Stöhr, Dominique Blanc, Sophie Barthes, Valérie Mréjen and Valérie Pirson40' et 52'
8 short films, inspired by 8 paintings by the American painter Edward Hopper. Directed by Sophie Fiennes, Mathieu Amalric, Martin de Thurah,, Hannes Stöhr, Dominique Blanc, Sophie Barthes, Valérie Mréjen and Valérie Pirson.
- Christophe Cupelin90' & 52'
“I therefore want to speak in the name of all abandoned people because I am a man and nothing of what is human is foreign to me”. A portrait composed of archives of Thomas Sankara, president of Burkina Faso between 1983 and his murder in 1987. Ready to liberate his country and transform the mentalities... Read more »
- Nicolas Wadimoff, Juan Lozano56min
From their headquarters in Geneva, the lawyers of the Swiss association Trial (Track Impunity Always) unremittingly pursue any war criminal careless enough to pass through Swiss territory. These true contemporary crime hunters have in their crosshairs all those with the blood of victims of conflicts on their hands. Theirs is primarily painstaking legal work, but... Read more »