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Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

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Duration: 2h54
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Travelling to Bosnia in search of his origins, filmmaker Stefan Pavlović meets a solitary fisherman. One man has language impairment, the other lost his hearing during the war. Camera in hand, the director films the onset of this improbable and profound friendship.

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

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Duration: 2h04
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Since the 1970s, Judy Rebick has been the face of feminist struggles in Canada. For Mike Hoolboom, she's more a "living archive" of activism and struggles for the rights of all minorities, as well as an exceptional woman who has defied her own traumas all her life. Their privileged relationship gave birth to this film, a creative hybrid between documentary and experiment. A colossal work of arc...

Dreaming Under Capitalism

Dreaming Under Capitalism

Dreaming Under Capitalism

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Duration: 2h06
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Twelve people recount and then interpret their memories of a dream about work. These mistreated souls describe their subjective suffering at work in a poetic and political way. Bit by bit, the dreamers and their dreams portray a world dominated by neoliberal capitalism.

Year of the Robot

Year of the Robot

Year of the Robot

Duration: 1h02
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At the crossroads of art and science, this film centers on human beings and robots as their artificial counterparts. Like a series of archival documents detailing the first contacts and exchanges between human beings and a robot, the film studies cognitive dissonance, a minuscule, mysterious relational space lying between them both.

La vie est immense et pleine de dangers

La vie est immense et pleine de dangers

La vie est immense et pleine de dangers

Duration: 1h20
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Cedric is eight years old. One day, he has stomach pains. During the following six months, he will mostly live in a small unit for children suffering from cancer, on the fifth floor of the Institut Curie in Paris. His words and the story intertwine with those of Steve, Dolores and the other children. Cedric will lead us each time a bit further, through all the trials that he'll face until his r...

A Delicate Balance

A Delicate Balance

A Delicate Balance

Duration: 2h32
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Filmed from the point of view of its young subjects, _A Delicate Balance_ takes an introspective look at the lives of four aspiring ballet dancers who candidly tell their stories and share their hopes and dreams.

Matter Out of Place

Matter Out of Place

Matter Out of Place

Duration: 3h34
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What if humanity was suffocating the Earth with its own waste? Nikolaus Geyrhalter's response to this brutal and provocative hypothesis is to look at how we are combating the endemic proliferation of our waste. Because the alarm bells are ringing everywhere. From Bangladesh to the Maldives by way of the Alps, the director creates a dizzying panorama of the places that receive rubbish and the st...

Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

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Duration: 2h54
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Travelling to Bosnia in search of his origins, filmmaker Stefan Pavlović meets a solitary fisherman. One man has language impairment, the other lost his hearing during the war. Camera in hand, the director films the onset of this improbable and profound friendship.

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

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Duration: 2h04
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Since the 1970s, Judy Rebick has been the face of feminist struggles in Canada. For Mike Hoolboom, she's more a "living archive" of activism and struggles for the rights of all minorities, as well as an exceptional woman who has defied her own traumas all her life. Their privileged relationship gave birth to this film, a creative hybrid between documentary and experiment. A colossal work of arc...

Dreaming Under Capitalism

Dreaming Under Capitalism

Dreaming Under Capitalism

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Duration: 2h06
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Twelve people recount and then interpret their memories of a dream about work. These mistreated souls describe their subjective suffering at work in a poetic and political way. Bit by bit, the dreamers and their dreams portray a world dominated by neoliberal capitalism.

Year of the Robot

Year of the Robot

Year of the Robot

Duration: 1h02
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At the crossroads of art and science, this film centers on human beings and robots as their artificial counterparts. Like a series of archival documents detailing the first contacts and exchanges between human beings and a robot, the film studies cognitive dissonance, a minuscule, mysterious relational space lying between them both.

La vie est immense et pleine de dangers

La vie est immense et pleine de dangers

La vie est immense et pleine de dangers

Duration: 1h20
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Cedric is eight years old. One day, he has stomach pains. During the following six months, he will mostly live in a small unit for children suffering from cancer, on the fifth floor of the Institut Curie in Paris. His words and the story intertwine with those of Steve, Dolores and the other children. Cedric will lead us each time a bit further, through all the trials that he'll face until his r...

A Delicate Balance

A Delicate Balance

A Delicate Balance

Duration: 2h32
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Filmed from the point of view of its young subjects, _A Delicate Balance_ takes an introspective look at the lives of four aspiring ballet dancers who candidly tell their stories and share their hopes and dreams.

Matter Out of Place

Matter Out of Place

Matter Out of Place

Duration: 3h34
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What if humanity was suffocating the Earth with its own waste? Nikolaus Geyrhalter's response to this brutal and provocative hypothesis is to look at how we are combating the endemic proliferation of our waste. Because the alarm bells are ringing everywhere. From Bangladesh to the Maldives by way of the Alps, the director creates a dizzying panorama of the places that receive rubbish and the st...

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Transnistra

Transnistra

Transnistra

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Duration: 3h10
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Anna Eborn follows the lives of a group of teenagers in Transnistria, a country where the shadow of the Soviet legacy still looms menacingly. A meticulous, sensual portrait of a desire for hope and a better future, in a world where every day is a new challenge.

Derrière le masque

Derrière le masque

Derrière le masque

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Duration: 25 minutes
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Located in Nantes, Le Masque is a legendary bar for several generations of night owls, activists and local residents. Behind the counter, Josy, in her 70s, still brings her personal touch to this atypical place. As we push open the bar's door, we also enter into its intimacy. From barroom gossip to confidences, find out who's behind Le Masque...

Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

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Duration: 2h54
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Travelling to Bosnia in search of his origins, filmmaker Stefan Pavlović meets a solitary fisherman. One man has language impairment, the other lost his hearing during the war. Camera in hand, the director films the onset of this improbable and profound friendship.

Frank's Cock

Frank's Cock

Frank's Cock

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Duration: 16 minutes
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An anonymous narrator recounts how he met and fell in love with an older man, Frank, who is now HIV-positive on the eve of their 10th anniversary.

Scrapbook

Scrapbook

Scrapbook

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Duration: 36 minutes
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In the sixties, Jeffrey Paull gave a group of young people with autism the opportunity to film themselves and the world around them. Mike Hoolboom draws from this archive to continue Paull’s mission: to express the emotions of people who are condemned by the authorities and by other people’s perceptions, to live in silence. Donna Washington, a former patient, comments on the images and reports ...

My Name Is Annemarie Schwarzenbach

My Name Is Annemarie Schwarzenbach

My Name Is Annemarie Schwarzenbach

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Duration: 2h52
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A film casting in Paris. Young actresses (and actors) try to incarnate the Swiss writer and traveller Annemarie Schwarzenbach (1908-1942). In order to get the role of this emblematic and sulphurous figure of the late 30s, a child of the “lost generation”, antifascist and gay, these actors play scenes of her life, and talk about their own life through the prism of her fascinating and ambiguous p...

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

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Duration: 2h04
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Since the 1970s, Judy Rebick has been the face of feminist struggles in Canada. For Mike Hoolboom, she's more a "living archive" of activism and struggles for the rights of all minorities, as well as an exceptional woman who has defied her own traumas all her life. Their privileged relationship gave birth to this film, a creative hybrid between documentary and experiment. A colossal work of arc...

Summer Nights

Summer Nights

Summer Nights

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Duration: 24 minutes
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As night falls on the outskirts of Montreal, the shrill sound of scooters pierces the silence. Helly and Nathan roam the streets in search of the best skateboarding spots, dreaming of the most beautiful tricks.

My Father's Tools

My Father's Tools

My Father's Tools

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Duration: 7 minutes
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Taking a cinéma-vérité approach, filmmaker Heather Condo simply documents the art of weaving black ash rib baskets, a tradition handed down from generation to generation. With no voice-over or dialogue, the film focuses on the work of the director's partner, Stephen Jerome, his talent and the attention to detail involved in making these baskets. The result is both a physical and spiritual exper...

The Land of Shipwrecks

The Land of Shipwrecks

The Land of Shipwrecks

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Duration: 1h05
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Through the eyes of photographer Marius Jomphe, four local historians and several contemporary “stranded men” of Gaspé, _The Land of Shipwrecks_ paint a portrait of this "city at the end of the world" that has preserved its essence through the ages: A place where nature is full of mystery, the sea evokes dizziness, and where shipwreck remains a mode of settlement.

Transnistra

Transnistra

Transnistra

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Duration: 3h10
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Anna Eborn follows the lives of a group of teenagers in Transnistria, a country where the shadow of the Soviet legacy still looms menacingly. A meticulous, sensual portrait of a desire for hope and a better future, in a world where every day is a new challenge.

Derrière le masque

Derrière le masque

Derrière le masque

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Duration: 25 minutes
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Located in Nantes, Le Masque is a legendary bar for several generations of night owls, activists and local residents. Behind the counter, Josy, in her 70s, still brings her personal touch to this atypical place. As we push open the bar's door, we also enter into its intimacy. From barroom gossip to confidences, find out who's behind Le Masque...

Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

Looking for Horses

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Duration: 2h54
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Travelling to Bosnia in search of his origins, filmmaker Stefan Pavlović meets a solitary fisherman. One man has language impairment, the other lost his hearing during the war. Camera in hand, the director films the onset of this improbable and profound friendship.

Frank's Cock

Frank's Cock

Frank's Cock

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Duration: 16 minutes
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An anonymous narrator recounts how he met and fell in love with an older man, Frank, who is now HIV-positive on the eve of their 10th anniversary.

Scrapbook

Scrapbook

Scrapbook

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Duration: 36 minutes
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In the sixties, Jeffrey Paull gave a group of young people with autism the opportunity to film themselves and the world around them. Mike Hoolboom draws from this archive to continue Paull’s mission: to express the emotions of people who are condemned by the authorities and by other people’s perceptions, to live in silence. Donna Washington, a former patient, comments on the images and reports ...

My Name Is Annemarie Schwarzenbach

My Name Is Annemarie Schwarzenbach

My Name Is Annemarie Schwarzenbach

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Duration: 2h52
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A film casting in Paris. Young actresses (and actors) try to incarnate the Swiss writer and traveller Annemarie Schwarzenbach (1908-1942). In order to get the role of this emblematic and sulphurous figure of the late 30s, a child of the “lost generation”, antifascist and gay, these actors play scenes of her life, and talk about their own life through the prism of her fascinating and ambiguous p...

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

Judy Versus Capitalism

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Duration: 2h04
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Since the 1970s, Judy Rebick has been the face of feminist struggles in Canada. For Mike Hoolboom, she's more a "living archive" of activism and struggles for the rights of all minorities, as well as an exceptional woman who has defied her own traumas all her life. Their privileged relationship gave birth to this film, a creative hybrid between documentary and experiment. A colossal work of arc...

Summer Nights

Summer Nights

Summer Nights

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Duration: 24 minutes
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As night falls on the outskirts of Montreal, the shrill sound of scooters pierces the silence. Helly and Nathan roam the streets in search of the best skateboarding spots, dreaming of the most beautiful tricks.

My Father's Tools

My Father's Tools

My Father's Tools

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Duration: 7 minutes
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Taking a cinéma-vérité approach, filmmaker Heather Condo simply documents the art of weaving black ash rib baskets, a tradition handed down from generation to generation. With no voice-over or dialogue, the film focuses on the work of the director's partner, Stephen Jerome, his talent and the attention to detail involved in making these baskets. The result is both a physical and spiritual exper...

The Land of Shipwrecks

The Land of Shipwrecks

The Land of Shipwrecks

New product!
Duration: 1h05
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Through the eyes of photographer Marius Jomphe, four local historians and several contemporary “stranded men” of Gaspé, _The Land of Shipwrecks_ paint a portrait of this "city at the end of the world" that has preserved its essence through the ages: A place where nature is full of mystery, the sea evokes dizziness, and where shipwreck remains a mode of settlement.

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