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Bloom

Bloom

Bloom

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Duration: 2h48
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Through moments in the lives of three groups of girls, images gleaned from the web and live streams of young women around the world, _Bloom_ delves into the world of today's teenage girls. We delicately observe a hyper-connected but lonely generation inhabited by great lucidity, an inner struggle with self-image obsession, and a need for self-affirmation in the face of a complex sense of aliena...

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

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Duration: 26 minutes
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_And the Dogs Were Quiet_ is based on recorded excerpts from Aimé Césaire’s play of the same name where the rebel expresses himself in a long pain-racked poem in front of the mother, crying out loud his revolt against the enslavement of his people. Gabriel Glissant and Sarah Maldoror appear as actors at the Museum of Man in Paris which is devoted to Black Africa, integrating three spectators in...

The Law in These Parts

The Law in These Parts

The Law in These Parts

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Duration: 1h41
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_The Law in These Parts_ reveals the legal framework of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories and exposes the injustices inherent in a legal system designed by Israel but applied only to Palestinians. Through archival footage and interviews with Israeli military judges, prosecutors, and legal advisors, this documentary unravels an intricate system of military control that symbolize...

J'me marie, j'me marie pas

J'me marie, j'me marie pas

J'me marie, j'me marie pas

Duration: 1h22
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What value, whether radiant or destructive, does love hold in women's lives? Does marriage enable them to realize their full potential? Can motherhood be separated from a relationship with a man, or is it a choice to be refused? To shed light on these questions and many others, four women in search of their liberation, belonging to the generation of 28-30-year-olds in the early 1970s, express t...

Monchoachi, An Untamed Wor(l)d

Monchoachi, An Untamed Wor(l)d

Monchoachi, An Untamed Wor(l)d

Duration: 2h18
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Retired from the world and residing in the foothills of the Vauclin mountain in Martinique, Monchoachi writes every afternoon after his morning walk through the island's forests. A poet (he insists one should pronounce this word trembling), philosopher and essayist, he endeavours to construct a thought he describes as untamed—a thought detached from the Occident, and therefore inherently free. ...

Susan Sontag

Susan Sontag

Susan Sontag

Duration: 1h28
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In 1976, the CBC television show _Femme d'aujourd'hui_ interviewed the American writer and intellectual Susan Sontag (1933-2004), who was then living in Paris. This leading figure of the Western thought in the second half of the 20th century eloquently presented her thoughts and the path that led her to feminism.

Bloom

Bloom

Bloom

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Duration: 2h48
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Through moments in the lives of three groups of girls, images gleaned from the web and live streams of young women around the world, _Bloom_ delves into the world of today's teenage girls. We delicately observe a hyper-connected but lonely generation inhabited by great lucidity, an inner struggle with self-image obsession, and a need for self-affirmation in the face of a complex sense of aliena...

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

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Duration: 26 minutes
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_And the Dogs Were Quiet_ is based on recorded excerpts from Aimé Césaire’s play of the same name where the rebel expresses himself in a long pain-racked poem in front of the mother, crying out loud his revolt against the enslavement of his people. Gabriel Glissant and Sarah Maldoror appear as actors at the Museum of Man in Paris which is devoted to Black Africa, integrating three spectators in...

The Law in These Parts

The Law in These Parts

The Law in These Parts

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Duration: 1h41
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_The Law in These Parts_ reveals the legal framework of Israel’s occupation of the Palestinian territories and exposes the injustices inherent in a legal system designed by Israel but applied only to Palestinians. Through archival footage and interviews with Israeli military judges, prosecutors, and legal advisors, this documentary unravels an intricate system of military control that symbolize...

J'me marie, j'me marie pas

J'me marie, j'me marie pas

J'me marie, j'me marie pas

Duration: 1h22
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What value, whether radiant or destructive, does love hold in women's lives? Does marriage enable them to realize their full potential? Can motherhood be separated from a relationship with a man, or is it a choice to be refused? To shed light on these questions and many others, four women in search of their liberation, belonging to the generation of 28-30-year-olds in the early 1970s, express t...

Monchoachi, An Untamed Wor(l)d

Monchoachi, An Untamed Wor(l)d

Monchoachi, An Untamed Wor(l)d

Duration: 2h18
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Retired from the world and residing in the foothills of the Vauclin mountain in Martinique, Monchoachi writes every afternoon after his morning walk through the island's forests. A poet (he insists one should pronounce this word trembling), philosopher and essayist, he endeavours to construct a thought he describes as untamed—a thought detached from the Occident, and therefore inherently free. ...

Susan Sontag

Susan Sontag

Susan Sontag

Duration: 1h28
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In 1976, the CBC television show _Femme d'aujourd'hui_ interviewed the American writer and intellectual Susan Sontag (1933-2004), who was then living in Paris. This leading figure of the Western thought in the second half of the 20th century eloquently presented her thoughts and the path that led her to feminism.

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How to Disappear

How to Disappear

How to Disappear

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Duration: 42 minutes
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_How to Disappear_ is an anti-war movie in the true sense of the word, searching for possibilities for peace in the most unlikely place of an online war game, _Battlefield V_. It’s a tribute to disobedience and desertion - in both digital and physical-real warfare.

Images of the World and the Inscription of War

Images of the World and the Inscription of War

Images of the World and the Inscription of War

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Duration: 2h28
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_Images of the World and Inscription in War_ is an essay whose central motif is the aerial photograph of the camp at Auschwitz taken on April 4, 1944 by an American reconnaissance plane. On this photo, analysts identified the surrounding factories but not the concentration and extermination camp. Dialectic montage and a distanced commentary compose this film which analyses the conditions under ...

Perséides

Perséides

Perséides

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Duration: 44 minutes
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Julie had her left eye removed. Soon, she will also lose her right eye. She doesn't know when it will happen, but it is imminent. All she can do is enjoy the images that still surround her. She leaves Montreal for a weekend with her good friend, Marina, in the countryside. In the calm of nature alongside her faithful friend, Julie takes the opportunity to see the stars one last time.

Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)

Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)

Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)

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Duration: 2h20
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In 1791, in Haiti, Dutty Boukman presided over a Vodou ritual in Bois-Caïman that led to the creation of the first Black republic. Since then, rituals of transformation and artistic expression have been at the core of a thriving culture as the country faces oppression, poverty, and natural disasters. _Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)_ is a sensorial film about rituals in Haiti, from ancient to moder...

Bloom

Bloom

Bloom

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Duration: 2h48
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Through moments in the lives of three groups of girls, images gleaned from the web and live streams of young women around the world, _Bloom_ delves into the world of today's teenage girls. We delicately observe a hyper-connected but lonely generation inhabited by great lucidity, an inner struggle with self-image obsession, and a need for self-affirmation in the face of a complex sense of aliena...

Monangambéee

Monangambéee

Monangambéee

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Duration: 32 minutes
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With a jazz soundtrack from the Art Ensemble of Chicago, this film denounces the crimes committed by the Portuguese in Angola. Here, we see the torture of a prisoner that results from the colonizer’s ignorance. A song whose meaning is “White Death”, _Monangambéee_, is a rallying cry against the colonial abuses in Angola.

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

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Duration: 26 minutes
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_And the Dogs Were Quiet_ is based on recorded excerpts from Aimé Césaire’s play of the same name where the rebel expresses himself in a long pain-racked poem in front of the mother, crying out loud his revolt against the enslavement of his people. Gabriel Glissant and Sarah Maldoror appear as actors at the Museum of Man in Paris which is devoted to Black Africa, integrating three spectators in...

Sarah Maldoror ou la nostalgie de l'utopie

Sarah Maldoror ou la nostalgie de l'utopie

Sarah Maldoror ou la nostalgie de l'utopie

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Duration: 26 minutes
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Portrait of the Guadeloupean filmmaker Sarah Maldoror and her political struggle for the freedom of African peoples. A committed filmmaker, she has always believed in the importance of cinema to depict political and social changes and struggles for independence. Having gained real-life experience during the bloody conflicts stemming from colonialism, she expresses herself through cinema, claimi...

Afrique 50

Afrique 50

Afrique 50

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Duration: 19 minutes
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It's the post-war period. Europe has been rebuilt. Everything is going well in the "model colonies" where the French Republic leads its wards with a maternal hand towards the lights of reason and progress. However, not everyone shares this view. The first anti-colonial film in France, banned and recently awarded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this effective pamphlet against colonialism in ...

Letter from Beirut

Letter from Beirut

Letter from Beirut

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Duration: 1h40
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Three years after the start of the civil war, the director returns to her city for a few months. Straddling a country at war and one at peace, she finds it hard to readjust to life. By restarting a bus when public transport was no longer available, she was able to bring a new sense of normalcy to the war-torn city: people boarded the bus, seeing it as a safe space.

How to Disappear

How to Disappear

How to Disappear

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Duration: 42 minutes
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_How to Disappear_ is an anti-war movie in the true sense of the word, searching for possibilities for peace in the most unlikely place of an online war game, _Battlefield V_. It’s a tribute to disobedience and desertion - in both digital and physical-real warfare.

Images of the World and the Inscription of War

Images of the World and the Inscription of War

Images of the World and the Inscription of War

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Duration: 2h28
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_Images of the World and Inscription in War_ is an essay whose central motif is the aerial photograph of the camp at Auschwitz taken on April 4, 1944 by an American reconnaissance plane. On this photo, analysts identified the surrounding factories but not the concentration and extermination camp. Dialectic montage and a distanced commentary compose this film which analyses the conditions under ...

Perséides

Perséides

Perséides

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Duration: 44 minutes
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Julie had her left eye removed. Soon, she will also lose her right eye. She doesn't know when it will happen, but it is imminent. All she can do is enjoy the images that still surround her. She leaves Montreal for a weekend with her good friend, Marina, in the countryside. In the calm of nature alongside her faithful friend, Julie takes the opportunity to see the stars one last time.

Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)

Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)

Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)

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Duration: 2h20
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In 1791, in Haiti, Dutty Boukman presided over a Vodou ritual in Bois-Caïman that led to the creation of the first Black republic. Since then, rituals of transformation and artistic expression have been at the core of a thriving culture as the country faces oppression, poverty, and natural disasters. _Kite Zo A (Leave the Bones)_ is a sensorial film about rituals in Haiti, from ancient to moder...

Bloom

Bloom

Bloom

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Duration: 2h48
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Through moments in the lives of three groups of girls, images gleaned from the web and live streams of young women around the world, _Bloom_ delves into the world of today's teenage girls. We delicately observe a hyper-connected but lonely generation inhabited by great lucidity, an inner struggle with self-image obsession, and a need for self-affirmation in the face of a complex sense of aliena...

Monangambéee

Monangambéee

Monangambéee

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Duration: 32 minutes
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With a jazz soundtrack from the Art Ensemble of Chicago, this film denounces the crimes committed by the Portuguese in Angola. Here, we see the torture of a prisoner that results from the colonizer’s ignorance. A song whose meaning is “White Death”, _Monangambéee_, is a rallying cry against the colonial abuses in Angola.

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

And the Dogs Were Quiet

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Duration: 26 minutes
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_And the Dogs Were Quiet_ is based on recorded excerpts from Aimé Césaire’s play of the same name where the rebel expresses himself in a long pain-racked poem in front of the mother, crying out loud his revolt against the enslavement of his people. Gabriel Glissant and Sarah Maldoror appear as actors at the Museum of Man in Paris which is devoted to Black Africa, integrating three spectators in...

Sarah Maldoror ou la nostalgie de l'utopie

Sarah Maldoror ou la nostalgie de l'utopie

Sarah Maldoror ou la nostalgie de l'utopie

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Duration: 26 minutes
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Portrait of the Guadeloupean filmmaker Sarah Maldoror and her political struggle for the freedom of African peoples. A committed filmmaker, she has always believed in the importance of cinema to depict political and social changes and struggles for independence. Having gained real-life experience during the bloody conflicts stemming from colonialism, she expresses herself through cinema, claimi...

Afrique 50

Afrique 50

Afrique 50

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Duration: 19 minutes
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It's the post-war period. Europe has been rebuilt. Everything is going well in the "model colonies" where the French Republic leads its wards with a maternal hand towards the lights of reason and progress. However, not everyone shares this view. The first anti-colonial film in France, banned and recently awarded by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, this effective pamphlet against colonialism in ...

Letter from Beirut

Letter from Beirut

Letter from Beirut

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Duration: 1h40
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Three years after the start of the civil war, the director returns to her city for a few months. Straddling a country at war and one at peace, she finds it hard to readjust to life. By restarting a bus when public transport was no longer available, she was able to bring a new sense of normalcy to the war-torn city: people boarded the bus, seeing it as a safe space.

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