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Set against the backdrop of the 1990 Oka crisis in Quebec and based on the director’s own memories, Tracey Deer’s debut feature follows a shy twelve-year-old Mohawk girl called Beans on a difficult journey towards self-discovery and emancipation.
Rehearsal | Si t’as un coeur | Easter Eggs | International Dawn Chorus Day | A Love Song in Spanish
How do you stage a miracle healing? Boundaries dissolve between church and theatre, faith and credibility.
A film about the drama that is puberty, as unpredictable as the emotional roller coaster of its protagonists.
The parrots have escaped and Jason sets off in search of them, together with his friend Kevin. The portrait of a toxic friendship unfolds, depicted in broken colours.
Birds from six continents in an online video call share speculations about the deaths of Egyptian filmmaker Shady Habash and queer activist Sarah Hegazi.
The effects of the military dictatorship have silenced whole families, so deeply have their traumatic experiences become inscribed. But the body does not forget – neither the torture nor the dancing. A filmmaker’s tender portrait of her grandparents.
Songs of the Shirt (4) | May June July | Bicentenario | “Le-deu-pil-teo-ga Cheol-hoe-doeb-ni-da.” | Mudança
As a choir that doesn’t gain visibility and as a film whose surface is pierced, the Songs appear as intervention, as disruption or interruption, like Luddites of film.
The months of May, June, and July are represented with peonies, fireflies, and the year 2020. A rollerblader (Jahleel Gardner) traverses Black Lives Matter Plaza in Washington D.C.
Two hundred years after Simon Bolivar’s liberation campaign in Colombia, Bicentenario retraces Bolivar's journey across the country, searching for his ghost still present in the contested territory.
Caves and bunkers on Jeju Island are turned into camera lenses and projection screens, connecting the past and present of a place that holds memories of colonialism and massacre.
Mudança is an encounter between the artist Welket Bungué and the Portuguese parliamentary politician Joacine Katar Moreira. Here they question the essence of their crafts, making an unexpected paradigm of imminent revolution resound.
A widowed Manhattan socialite who has lived a life of luxury is shocked to discover that she is facing insolvency. She decides to escape to her friend’s empty Paris apartment with her son and their beloved cat.
Antonin is many things: a hedonist, a delinquent, a wannabe writer and filmmaker. His way with words is put to the test in his encounters with five women who not only rival his wit but also challenge, in caring or cruel ways, his effort to escape reality.
Maia lives in Montreal with her teenage daughter Alex. On Christmas Eve, Maia receives a box with memories from her youth in wartime Beirut. Alex secretly goes through the box, creating a dialogue between past and present and a unique and touching film.
In a dystopian future, children are considered property of the military regime which trains them to fight in a state boarding school. A Cree woman tries to get her daughter back. A parable about the situation of the First Nations, seen from a female perspective.
A lengthy train ride, destination Leshan. An actress is preparing for her role in “The Good Person of Szechwan”. By the river, at the hairdresser, buying clothes, sleeping on the window sill, two women drift between the real and the imagined.
Renée returns to her family and young daughter Athene after four years away. Shot on 16mm with non-professional actors, this debut film channels fragments, impressions and visions into an ever-shifting portrait of a landscape and a Métis Nation community.
In precise images and atmospheric sounds, Igor Drljača interweaves a society portrait of post-war Sarajevo with the romantic dreams of Mona and Faruk: two young people from diametrically opposed worlds of the city in the golden valley.