The Man's Woman and Other Stories
2009 / India / 78 min
Three tales about the relationships between men and women, and the spaces they move in, between night and day. Cinema opens up a new dimension for literary narrative.
2014 / Spain / 66 min
The Super-8 film could be a generic film of all families: on a beach with seagulls overhead, a man holds a baby in his arms. Today, this baby, now a woman, films her father sleeping. Based on the memoirs he wrote and photos of his trips to North Africa, Pilar Monsell revisits the past of this Spanish… África 815 - Read more…
Aluminium of Greece
1965 / Greece / 20 min
One of the first Greek commercial documentaries. A kind of corporate video that stands out for its avant-garde editing and use of sound to underline the visual narration.
2015 / France / 40 min
Opening the film with her own voice-over and an excerpt from a home movie, Clémence Diard first introduces a sort of red herring: she takes over her father’s home movies and also seems to substitute her eyes for his. On a more prosaic level, she is getting ready to replace her mother, who lives on the… L' Amie d'Amélie - Read more…
2014 / Czech Republic / 21 min
“Arsen Borissovitch Avakov? This is Vladimir Jirinovski from the Russian Douma. You have overstepped the yellow line. I’d like to give you some advice to avoid the worst for you and your government”… At the height of the Ukrainian crisis, Argumenty brings two European visions of diplomacy face to face:… Argumenty - Read more…
Arrested Cinema - China
For the fourth year running, Cinéma du reel puts a spotlight on politically committed documentary filmmakers around the world. After Syria, Iran and Russia, our reflection this year turns to China. Is the filmmaker’s speech free? Is it true that directors are censored or is it rather a question of “measure”… Arrested Cinema - Chine - Read more…
Ircam workshop: Musical Composition and Documentary Cinema
Friday March 27th, 4:00pm, Salle Stravinsky, Ircam, free entrance. An encounter between composers and filmmakers from Cinéma du reel who reflect on music in film. They will question the specificity of the relationship between music and documentary cinema from the starting point of practices–music as… Atelier Ircam : Écriture musicale et cinéma documentaire - Read more…
Athens or Three Visits to Acropolis
1983 / Greece / 43 min
The great auteur takes us on a personal itinerary through Athens, paying tribute to Antiquity but also to modern legendary figures such as the poet Seferis, the painter Tsarouhis and the composer Manos Chatzidakis.
1979 / Greece / 33 min
Without any cheap moralizing, this respectful portrait of Betty, a well-known Athenian transsexual, gives a much-needed voice to the gay community at a time when it was totally marginalized.
My Life Is Face to Me
2015 / France / 102 min
After filming European neighbours that have long lost the media’s interest (People of Sarajevo, released in June 2014), Damien Fritsch focuses on an even closer and more lonely neighbour: his own. When the film begins, the interior of old lady’s house resembles a total ruin. Men come to clear the room… C'est ma vie qui me regarde - Read more…
Sébastien Jousse, Luc Joulé
2015 / France / 100 min
At a PSA plant in Saint-Ouen, the resident composer Nicolas Frize samples sounds. The film invites us to discover his work and that of the factory workers. Can a comparison be drawn in all decency between the intuitive, unique and ephemeral music he composes from this collection of sounds and production-line… C'est quoi ce travail ? - Read more…
The Blue Room
2015 / France / 48 min
“Dying comes quickly. Disappearing takes much longer. This thought hit me when I instinctively wanted to tell my father that my wife was pregnant, in 2010. And my father had already been dead for several years…” Since this death in 2002, Paul Costes has often heard the now commonplace admonition that… La Chambre bleue - Read more…
House of Paintings
2015 / India / 19 min
Night falls. The last visitor has gone. The miniatures exhibited in the old palace come to life to tell the story of the love and exile of King Nala and his wife Damayanti (Mahabharata).
2014 / Japan / 64 min
“Have you already played an instrument? – No. – Me neither.” But the instrument of the young Japanese hip-hop musician, OMSB, consists of sixteen square buttons on a console wired up to a vinyl turntable. The film rarely steps out of his cockpit, a tiny studio in Tokyo. With an uninterrupted focus on… The Cockpit - Read more…
2011 / Germany, U.S.A. / 30 min
Robert Fenz returns to the locations where Robert Gardner shot three of his greatest films: in West Papua (Dead Birds), Ethiopia (Rivers of Sand) and India (Forest of Bliss).
From the Return
2015 / France, Italy / 92 min
The last survivor of the Sonderkommandos (groups of deported prisoners organised by the Nazis in the death camps to take the other victims to the gas chambers and get rid of their corpses), Silvano Lippi has forgotten nothing, from his arrest in the port of Piraeus up to the evening at a friend’s house… Dal ritorno - Read more…
Addoc debate: Filming a group
If all documentary filmmaking entails an encounter and a relationship, what happens when you film a group of people? Some characters are chosen, others emerge. Can the group itself become a character? In what ways is the story determined by the director’s positioning? Debate prepared and hosted by Anne… Débat Addoc : Filmer un groupe - Read more…
Public Debate: Taking a Firm Direction after a First Film – 2nd part
CASE STUDIES Two authors, whose first film has encountered a large success, look back on their work experience in order to reflect collectively on how a filmmaker is able to construct his or her filmwork and path. A practical case study in order to give insights into these experiences and enlighten budding… Débat public : Après le premier film, comment s’affirmer ? - 2ème partie - Read more…
Public Debate: Taking a Firm Direction after a First Film – 1st part
FILMMAKERS TALK Young filmmakers share their experiences, desires and difficultes after their second film. With filmmakers Emmanuel Gras, Dieudo Hamadi, Manuela Frésil, Lamine Ammar-Khodja and Alice Diop. Hosted by Rebecca Houzel (producer). FILMMAKERS, PRODUCERS, DIFFUSERS: THE KEYS TO FRUITFUL COLLABORATION… Débat public : Après le premier film, comment s’affirmer ? – 1ère partie - Read more…
Fotos Lambrinos, Dimos Theos
100 Hours of May
1964 / Greece / 28 min
An investigation into the final hours of the assassinated Grigoris Lambrakis and into the social origin of fringe urban groups and their links with para-statal organisations.
2014 / France / 73 min
“Our working together is over. It’s only with you that there’s been any trouble…” From the artist’s initial rupture with his French gallery owners to his first Manhattan exhibition, Encré advances in strokes and touches, echoing the mixed techniques of Yaze, whose portrait it draws. The music adds to… Encré - Read more…
And the Party Goes on and on...
2015 / Bulgaria, France / 90 min
“What do you think of the economic situation over the last six months?”, “Do you trust politicians?”: the questions fielded by the professional “sociologist” Alina Azarova to passers-by are profoundly irritating given that the answers are self-evident. “A people are dying,” resumes one interviewee,… Et le bal continue - Read more…
Noémi Aubry, Clément Juillard, Anouck Mangeat, Jeanne Gomas
And We Will Throw the Sea behind You
2014 / France / 72 min
With the Oriental custom of scattering water behind someone leaving a house as a sign of good health, four filmmakers create a metaphor of an exile that is both told as a long-term adventure and experienced as a sign of the world’s deep malfunctioning. Aziz, Sidiqi, Housine and Younes left knowing full… Et nous jetterons la mer derrière vous - Read more…
2015 / India / 60 min
A pioneer of abstract painting, Ram Kumar is also a well-known author. Through stories, paintings, fiction and fragments of past and present life, the mise en scène draws an artist’s portrait that expresses the synthesis between words and images.
The Party and the Barking
2015 / Brazil / 25 min
Leonardo Mouramateus has edited this multiple-first-person essay with the tentative self-assurance of his walks home after a night out in a deserted Fortaleza, when he would bark to ward off stray dogs. Here, the dogs barked at by the voice-overs are nothing but the desertions themselves. His pal Dani… A Festa e os cães - Read more…
1986 / U.S.A. / 90 min
Through the prism of light and movement, this masterpiece of visual anthropology portrays the rituals that govern life and death on the banks of the River Ganges, in the holy city of Benares.
2014 / France / 52 min
“Maurice arrived in the village one evening. One evening, under the rain. Nobody was expecting to see him again…” A singular and recognisable voice immediately sends a ripple of fiction’s possibilities through the quotidian of a Siberian village. The forest indeed provides the villagers with a livelihood… Les Forêts sombres - Read more…
2014 / France / 50 min
The focal point of the retina enabling great acuity of vision but within a limited field: this part of the eye provides the title of the third film in Philippe Rouy’s trilogy on the images of the Fukushima disaster. It also highlights the panoptic yet partial vision of the specific type of found footage… Fovea Centralis - Read more…
Nuclear Nation II
2014 / Japan / 114 min
The simple “II” in the title Nuclear Nation, indicating that a sequel to the 2012 documentary indeed exists, immediately raises concerns as to the fate of the inhabitants of Futaba, the town where the Fukushima power station was sited. But Atsushi Funahashi’s determination not to abandon the small community… Futaba kara toku hanarete dainibu - Read more…
Natacha Samuel, Florent Klockenbring
2015 / France / 135 min
Karim, working as a baggage handler at Brest airport for ten years, returns every two years to his hometown, Ouagadougou. As usual, family and friends are eagerly waiting for him, either to partake of his relative success, or to fill him in on the happenings of their life. Admired, feared and criticised,… Gam Gam - Read more…
1976 / Greece / 7 min
An Athenian bookshop becomes a labyrinth where the heroine encounters old passions (cinéma d’auteur) and new ones (the feminist movement and socialist politics).
2013 / India, Switzerland / 34 min
The Gita-Govinda,a 12th-century epic poem, sings of the tormented love between the young god Krishna and Radha. The mise en scène and sound design infuse the miniature paintings with enchanted life.
The Letter from Charleroi
1965 / Greece / 12 min
The letter from a Greek immigrant, working in a Belgian coalmine, to his mother. An impassioned denunciation of the hardship in the mines, interspersed with a nostalgic yearning to return home.
2011 / Spain, U.S.A., Guatemala / 104 min
How rushes from Pamela Yates’ 1983 documentary, When the Mountains Tremble, filmed in Guatemala, were used in the trial of the dictator Efraín Ríos Montt, who stood accused of crimes against humanity.
1996 / France, Greece / 60 min
An investigation into the war that raged in Greece from 1944 to 1949 and into its local and international political context, using previously unseen interviews and footage.
Jeong-hyun Mun, Vladimir Todorovic, Daniel Rudi Haryanto
2014 / South Korea, Indonesia, Singapore / 87 min
In this epistolary road movie, two paths diverge, and for good reason: three filmmakers with different nationalities visit shifting borders. It all begins with inner frontiers: that of the foreign resident whose stupefaction on finding his favourite dish from “back home” in the local supermarket is… Gyeong-gye - Read more…
Helicopter – House Arrest
2014 / Germany / 39 min
Twenty-seven-year-old Benjamin could have served his ten-month sentence for “public disturbance” in jail; but instead, he is under house arrest wearing an electronic bracelet in his mother’s flat. With no commentary or interviews, Helikopter has us wonder whether this legal bargain was a real godsend…… Helikopter – Hausarrest - Read more…
The Price Was Key
2014 / Germany / 72 min
“Everything must go”: was ever a notice more peremptory? When she discovers that the German hardware chain Praktiker is closing down, the filmmaker sets off to film the final weeks of the branch in her hometown, Bruchsal. One of the two cashiers, Marina, arranges the flowers next to the “Closed” sign… Hier sprach der Preis - Read more…
Les Blank, Gina Leibrecht
2014 / U.S.A., France / 64 min
A portrait of the co-founder of Direct Cinema by one of his disciples. From the kitchen of his home in Normandy, the secrets of pot-au-feu and of documentary filmmaking are simultaneously revealed.
João Rui Guerra da Mata, João Pedro Rodrigues
2014 / Portugal / 31 min
It begins in a burst of sound and light: the joyful sparkle of a Chinese New Year with its squibs and fireworks. The sequences shot in the present, characterised by their crisp definition, are soon followed by the slower rhythm of the past. In the wake of The Last Time I Saw Macao, in which the documentary… Iec Long - Read more…
2012 / Greece / 103 min
Between faces of the 1980s and images of modern-day Athens, the filmmaker becomes the historian of her own life, as well as of the end of an epoch in both Greece and Europe.
2014 / China / 90 min
Between changing rooms and showers, men blackened by soot walk around. A voice over the loudspeaker insists on the pressures put on the company to be environmentally responsible. Every morning in the mine of Sunzhuang (in China’s Hebei province), the workers also listen to the safety rules that they… In the Underground - Read more…
Installation Hidden Among the Leaves
6 monitors, 6 projectors Forum -1, Centre Pompidou From March 19th to 29th A collaborative installation by Shelly Silver & Nika Spalinger Using footage shot in public areas, an exploration of the pleasures of distance and proximity, the fragility of the social fabric that binds us, and the ambivalent… Installation Caché parmi les feuilles - Read more…
Forum -1, Centre Pompidou from March 19th to 28th Continuous screening of Screening Room, a series broadcast by the American channel ABC in the 1970s, in which Robert Gardner is in discussion with some outstanding film directors–including Peter Hutton, Jonas Mekas and Les Blank.
Julien - programme in audiodescription
2010 / France / 80 min
Julien was eighteen. That summer, he was playing the knight in the village sound and light show. But he was also preparing to leave his friends, his parents and childhood landscapes, to earn his living.
2015 / Belgium, France / 88 min
“Do you remember me?” the young father asks his toddler placed in his arms as soon as he landed. Twentynine Palms, a military base in the Mojave Desert in California, welcomes Marines returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. Whereas Laurent Bécue-Renard’s Of Men and War explores the psychological trauma… Killing Time – Entre deux fronts - Read more…
To Be Continued...
2007 / India / 22 min
A man walks the streets of a village at dawn, a narrator dreams about the history of the village, mixing memories, legends and facts. Cinema as "logic of dreams".
2015 / Germany, Macedonia / 82 min
A plunge into the intimacy of a Macedonian family, Margina has no more than its title to signal an outside world. Although it is far from simple to identify the different generations (who is the patriarch’s daughter? who is the second wife?), the physical closeness and the propensity of the men of the… Margina - Read more…
Masterclass "Haskell Wexler: at Work" by Pamela Yates
Pamela Yates is Haskell Wexler’s closest collaborator and a politically committed filmmaker herself. She will talk about the work they have been doing together these past thirty years, which is inseparable from their activism. Masterclass hosted by Nicole Brenez (Professor in film studies) The following… Masterclass « Haskell Wexler : à l’œuvre » par Pamela Yates - Read more…
Yorgos Tsemberopoulos, Sakis Maniatis
1974 / Greece / 69 min
A chronicle of how farmers were violently expropriated from their land to make way for an oil refinery. They decided to join the students in the Polytechnic Uprising of November 1973.
1976 / Greece / 19 min
A lyrical documentary on Monastiraki, a neighbourhood in Athens where Ancient monuments coexist with small workshops and many antique shops.
Death of the Serpent God
2014 / France / 87 min
After a street fight that went wrong, 20-year-old Koumba is deported to Senegal. She had arrived in France when she was two years old and had missed the deadline to request French nationality.
2010 / India, Switzerland / 72 min
The 18th-century painter Nainsukh and his prince’s court come to life amidst today’s ruined palaces and landscapes. The paintings and the mise en scène document a whole world, and the emergence of a style.
Keith Griffiths, Simon Field
1986 / United Kingdom / 78 min
“A film where the ‘human mice’ develop an appreciation of the harsh beauty that distinguishes Manhattan, ‘where poverty and wealth are only ten blocks apart’. ” (K.G.)
Nicolás Rincón Gille
2015 / Belgium, Colombia / 86 min
“Spirit of peace and war, spirit of sea and land, may everything absent or lost be given back or appear to me...” This murmured prayer opens the third part of Nicolás Rincón Gille’s trilogy, Campo hablado, about a Colombian oral tradition traversed by violence. Blanca, who fled her village with her… Noche herida - Read more…
2015 / France / 48 min
Every week, the Vincennes racecourse—whose evening events manifestly attract scant crowds—becomes the kingdom of a handful of young men filmed by Matthieu Bareyre over the course of eighteen months. “I’m watching my filly fly!”: in the night’s cinegenic splendour and the furrow of equine swiftness,… Nocturnes - Read more…
The Work of Days
2014 / Canada, Quebec / 105 min
Hearing the mix of music and radio resounding through the large rooms in this Montreal studio, what may spring to mind is a burlesque chronicle of a rental shared by some over-sixties. Yet, this jumble of sounds in no way disturbs the concentration of the three visual artists Louis-Pierre Bougie, François-Xavier… L’ Œuvre des jours - Read more…
The Old Jewish Cemetery
2014 / Latvia, Netherlands / 20 min
Sergei Loznitsa recreates the disquieting strangeness of a place through its most obvious appearance: a Riga park which we sense, given the handful of passengers getting of the streetcar serving it, is far from the centre. The editing delivers the fragments of a commemorative plaque one by one, gradually… The Old Jewish Cemetery - Read more…
The Adventures of Villar
1924 / Greece / 23 min
The earliest Greek fiction film restored by the Greek Film Archive has great value as a portrait of Athens in the 1920s.
2011 / Greece / 79 min
The search for scrap is crucial for the survival of Roma and immigrant people. A chronicle of how the scrap industry feeds off impoverished groups.
Finished / Unfinished, the Rock-cut Temples of Masrur
2015 / India / 240 min
The 8th-century craftsmen left Shiva’s rock-cut temple in Masrur unfinished. An earthquake left it half unmade. From the forest to the heart of the temple, the film follows the ancient plans, step by step. The rock breathes. What remains becomes a sign of the non-apparent.
Joaquim Pinto, Nuno Leonel
2015 / Portugal / 103 min
Fifteen years ago, Joaquim Pinto and his companion Nuno Leonel made several trips to a small fishing port in the Azores called “Fishtail”. Their encounter with Pedro, the son-in-law of a friend, both of whom are fishermen, marks the beginning of a long friendship that takes the filmmakers out to sea… Rabo de Peixe - Read more…
Ramkhind, a Warli Village
2007 / India / 78 min
A Warli tribal village in Western India, where artisan painters have developed a whole repertoire of brilliantly expressive forms. Gods, demons and tigers haunt the forests and crossroads…
Discussion with Robert Manthoulis
Tuesday March 24th, 3:00pm, Inalco Auditorium, free entrance A conversation with director Robert Manthoulis, hosted by Stéphane Sawas, Professor at the Inalco, following the screening of: LA DICTATURE DES COLONELS GRECS ROBERT MANTHOULIS 59’ • 1998 • France, Greece partenered by Inalco, Cerlom, Centre… Rencontre avec Robert Manthoulis - Read more…
Scam Meeting: The Role of Actors and Fictionnal Voices in Documentary
Stan Neumann’s Austerlitz and Stéphane Breton’s Dark Forests: two very different films in which Denis Lavant appears, in the image and/or in the soundtrack. What can a fictionalized voice and body bring to a documentary film? What does the resulting heterogeneity produce? Hosted by Rémi Lainé (filmmaker,… Rencontre Scam : Le rôle de l’acteur et de la voix fictionnelle dans le documentaire - Read more…
The Alphabet Revolution
2014 / France / 35 min
Revolution, alphabet, writing, amnesia, spectre, disaster, machine, avant-garde, resurrection, letter, cinema, anagram: the twelve chapters of Érik Bullot’s poetic enquiry are all entry points into understanding the disruption caused by a reform presented as progressive in its time: in 1928, the Turkish… La Révolution de l’alphabet - Read more…
The Seventh Walk
2013 / India / 72 min
The contemporary artist Paramjit Singh falls asleep at the foot of a tree. The characters and the wonderful events that he meets in his dream may well be the universe he creates in his paintings.
2014 / Italy / 26 min
It all begins like a strange ballet that, with the framing and deliberately muffled sound, takes on the air of a science fiction: a man walks along carrying a crowbar, soon a dozen silhouettes in yellow oilskins emerge from the gloom to pull a tangle of cables out of the asphalt. The wide screen emphasises… San Siro - Read more…
2014 / Belarus, Poland / 30 min
To see them working from dawn until dusk, in the stable, the fields, the vegetable garden or kitchen, one cannot help thinking that Yuri and Tamara Bajkous are carrying on their shoulders the burden of an ancestral and harrowing rurality. Yet in 1989, they made the decision to leave Saint Petersburg… Schaslivyia liudzi - Read more…
2014 / Italy / 30 min
A séance in Carlo Mollino’s Casa-Museo. Through a woman’s mouth, the man who created so many portraits comes back to life. In collaboration with the Istituto Italiano di Cultura di Parigi as part of the exhibition "La Casa di Mollino", until May 29th. Istituto Italiano, 73, rue de Grenelle, 75007 Paris.
Gaspar Zurita, Chloé Inguenaud
Always and Again
2015 / France / 79 min
Five women filmed over five years: although the figures could herald an Oulipian exercise, Sempre le stesse cose is a long-term chronicle of the daily life of four generations (the most recent one is still suckling) that live in the confines of a small ground-floor flat in the Neapolitan district of… Sempre le stesse cose - Read more…
Memories from Gehenna
2015 / France / 56 min
Ten years after the racist homicide of a young North African by a local forty-year-old, Thomas Jenkoe returns to Grande-Synthe in Northern France, where he grew up and where the Front National are enjoying considerable success in the elections. With a voice-over reading statements from the case file… Souvenirs de la Géhenne - Read more…
2014 / Russia / 51 min
From the mosquitos visible in the light of the oil-lamp in his bedroom to his cell phone conversations about black holes, little doubt that Konstantin teaches quantum physics. Everything around boils down to atoms; even when he listens to Bach, this is filtered by his perception of the universe as a… Strannye Chasticy - Read more…
Round table: Amit Dutta, Cinema is research
Using excerpts from Amit Dutta’s films, the participants will go over the different stages of his filmography and artistic path. Hosted by Marie-Pierre Duhamel Muller (programmer) With Prof. Eberhard Fischer (Indian art specialist and film producer), Olaf Möller (film critic), Deepti DCunha (NFDC Film… Table ronde : Amit Dutta, le cinéma est recherche - Read more…
Critikat round table: Filmmakers Filming Filmmakers
As part of the tribute to filmmaker Robert Garnder, who produced and hosted the American TV show Screening Room in the 1970s, Critikat invites filmmakers who have directed portraits of fellow filmmakers. These filmmakers filming other filmmakers do not simply capture the way they work : somewhere between… Table ronde Critikat : Les cinéastes filment les cinéastes - Read more…
2014 / United Kingdom / 17 min
One of Europe’s border zones, Gibraltar is reputed for the three-century long diplomatic discord it has sown between the United Kingdom and Spain. British but Iberian, the Rock is also apish: the colony of macaque monkeys that live there is now growing bolder. This new kind of alley cat is taking over… Territory - Read more…
Patricia Ayala Ruiz
A Matter of Land
2014 / Chile, Colombia / 78 min
From start to finish, Un asunto de tierras draws a horrendously perfect circle: the orb of a change that the Colombian Government enshrined in 2011 law without allowing its implementation. Patricia Ayala Ruiz could well have filmed the large-scale return of lands to Colombia’s victims of violence as… Un asunto de tierras - Read more…
A German Youth
2015 / Germany, France, Switzerland / 93 min
How did Meinhof, Baader, Meins, Hensslin and Mahler, all young German intellectuals born in the 1940s, end up planting bombs in the name of the Red Army Fraction (RAF)? How does a democracy create “enemies of democracy”, a term used by Helmut Kohl in a speech to describe the RAF? The film—a French edit,… Une jeunesse allemande - Read more…
2015 / France / 46 min
“I’m looking for my identity. Have you seen it?”… Djilali, a former long-term detainee, walks around in the protective obscurity of narrow streets. Sometimes Avignon’s architecture seems to symbolise his interiority and a dark itinerant past wizened inside him. Behind him, Marie Moreau is much more… Une partie de nous s’est endormie - Read more…
2013 / India / 2 min
The famous rudra veena player, Bahauddin Dagar, seems to live in the temple of Masrur, in Kangra valley. A painter fixes the image of the instrument. They meet through the alchemy of cinema.
2015 / France, Italy / 75 min
Born of insomnia, itself born of a recent break-up, Voglio dormire con te has found its own singular form and tone—halfway between allusion and murmur—to address what is most often inevitably over-dramatized on screen: the disaffection of a couple or perhaps not even that, rather the current precariousness… Voglio dormire con te - Read more…
2014 / U.S.A. / 13 min
A small pile of bones. A snake slithering over the carpet. A mermaid, wrapped around by a net, smiling at regular intervals. A deep purple liquid on the boil. Shot with a silent 16 mm Bolex, this film mixes sound recorded in the landscape and postproduction sound. The filmmaker, whose names echo woodland… Wayward Fronds - Read more…
2015 / Italy / 95 min
The jazz musicians Paolo Fresu and Daniele Di Bonaventura record a CD with the producer Manfred Eicher. Tableaux of a meticulous search for balance. ON WEDNESDAY 25 AFTER THE SCREENING, PAOLO FRESU AND DANIELE DI BONAVENTURA WILL PLAY A FEW TRACKS FROM THEIR NEW ALBUM.
2014 / Denmark, France, Sweden / 86 min
Right from the opening sequences of this chronicle of the relations between a couple of nurses and their pregnant drug-abusing patients, we plunge into the heart of events: impossible to trace back the origin of the cycle of pregnancies, placement of children, housing allocated then lost, couples destroyed… Winter Buoy - Read more…
Between Two Wars - Award Evening
1978 / Germany / 83 min
As a tribute to Harun Farocki, a screening of his first feature: a Brechtian essay-film about the development of the steel industry in the Weimar Republic and its connections to the advent of Nazism.