After years of separation, the filmmaker renews her relationship with her mother, Aïcha, now suffering from Alzheimer’s. From Brussels to Tangiers, the odyssey of a family marked by exile is evoked through discretion and confession, pain, separation, grief, and joy.
The Dispossessed examines the global food crisis from the viewpoint of farmers in various countries, exploring how their situation relates to the economic crisis, rural exodus, and dwindling natural resources.
Alphée shares much in common with other five year olds. She likes to laugh, and to play and she has a vivid imagination. Unlike other kids, she has an extremely rare genetic disorder—Smith-Lemli-Opitz syndrome—that affects neuromuscular development...
Croatia, January 1992. In the midst of the Yugoslav Wars, Chris, a young Swiss journalist is found dead under mysterious circumstances...
Two women and a dog live next to each other in a house during one summer and fill up this peaceful time.
After 25 years in France, I return to Bulgaria when a vertiginous suspicion arises: what if my family had collaborated with the secret police of the totalitarian regime?
On the western-most point of brittany, in the lighthouse, at night, Damien is busily building a mysterious something out of pieces of mirror.
A film about the mysteries of memory, about the strength of its expression through the spoken word. On the strength of the word as cinematic image.
Created at irregular intervals, Pierre Léon’s small oeuvre oscillates between experimental home movie and theatrical mise-en-scène, found footage and documentary assemblages.
A portrait of Jean-Claude Biette, a filmmaker as confidential as he was essential, author of Théâtre des Matières and Saltimbank, critic for Cahiers du cinéma, founder with Serge Daney of the magazine Trafic, but also an actor, music lover, entertainer and friend.
Two sons, Pierre and Vladimir, question their father, Max Léon, about his biography in a domestic environment.
Prince Myshkin (“the idiot”), who has just returned to Russia, suddenly bursts into a soirée where nobody is expecting him...
When Lord von Ketten sets off to battle, staying away for eleven long years, his newly married wife carves out a life for herself—reading, singing, dancing, swimming, and riding in the forest.
At 30, with not much of a job, and too timid in love, Rémi is a little lost in life until the day he has to share it with his doppelgänger, another him, who is overbearing and not very nice. Which one is the real Rémi?
In this film about Brazilian filmmaker Glauber Rocha in exile in Sintra, Portugal, the question arises: How are the traveler and the exile different? How shall we think of memories created in exile?
A breton grandmother will have to open her heart to her granddaughter in order to mourn her husband.
Exile to the Far West is a story of solitude and hope set in a frozen land.
A film about the Swedish artist duo Bigert & Bergström’s climate-related art, which for three decades has been inspired by research on the effects of climate on humanity and vice versa.
Six Beirutis accompany the camera on its one-hour walk through downtown Beirut and declare the space in-between the built environment, in-between the transformed and the demolished, their very personal theatrical stage.
Every year, thousands of students – mostly female – embark upon courses that will lead them to become nurses.
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