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Tomorrow

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

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Duration: 1h29
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Voïna is a collective of Russian artists and activists founded by a charismatic couple, Oleg Vorotnikov and Natalia Sokol, who are known for their provocative political actions. It was from this group that Nadia Tolokonnikova, a member of Pussy Riot, was born. _Tomorrow_ follows some spectacular moments in the life of the collective and questions the limits of art as political action.

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

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Duration: 26 minutes
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The filmmaker rediscovers letters her dad used to write her from prison. That love seems to be gone now. She decides to write back in the hope of reconnecting with him. She puts in writing what could not be said: blaming her father for the family's break-up but also trying to understand him. A short film about ties and gaps between a child and a parent.

No Ordinary Man

No Ordinary Man

No Ordinary Man

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Duration: 2h48
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For decades, the life of American Jazz musician Billy Tipton was framed as the story of an ambitious woman passing as a man in pursuit of a music career. In _No Ordinary Man_, Tipton’s story is re-imagined and performed by trans artists as they collectively paint a portrait of an unlikely hero. Together, the filmmakers join Tipton’s son Billy Jr. to reckon with a complicated and contested legac...

Archipelago

Archipelago

Archipelago

Duration: 2h24
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A true animated film about invented islands. About a physical, imaginary, linguistic, political territory. About a real or dreamed country, or something in between. _Archipelago_ is a feature film made of drawings and speeches, that tells and dreams a place and its inhabitants, to tell and dream a little of our world and times.

Warrendale

Warrendale

Warrendale

Duration: 3h22
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At a Canadian institute, 12 children living with emotional issues are subjected to an experimental treatment. During 7 weeks, director Allan King captures their daily life, camera in hand.

Prayer for a Lost Mitten

Prayer for a Lost Mitten

Prayer for a Lost Mitten

Duration: 2h38
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Night has fallen and Montreal is under a blanket of snow. At the City Transit Company, people line up at the lost and found office where upon reflection, losing something becomes a symbol of a deeper loss. This creative documentary is sometimes melancholic, sometimes festive yet always compassionate. In fact, it makes you appreciate Winter.

Gulîstan, Land of Roses

Gulîstan, Land of Roses

Gulîstan, Land of Roses

Duration: 2h52
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This documentary travels deep into the mountains and deserts of Kurdistan, where armed female guerillas from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) defend Kurdish territory against ISIS. These women share their most intimate thoughts. By offering a window into this largely unknown world, the film exposes the hidden feminist face of a revolutionary group united by a common vision of freedom.

The Venerable W.

The Venerable W.

The Venerable W.

Duration: 1h40
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In Burma, Ashin Wirathu is a very influential Buddhist monk. To meet him is to find oneself at the heart of daily racism and to observe how the Islamophobic and hateful discourse that he preaches is transformed into violence and destruction. Yet we are in a country where 90% of the population practices Buddhism, a religion based on a peaceful, tolerant and non-violent way of life.

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

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Duration: 1h29
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Voïna is a collective of Russian artists and activists founded by a charismatic couple, Oleg Vorotnikov and Natalia Sokol, who are known for their provocative political actions. It was from this group that Nadia Tolokonnikova, a member of Pussy Riot, was born. _Tomorrow_ follows some spectacular moments in the life of the collective and questions the limits of art as political action.

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

New product!
Duration: 26 minutes
Subscription access

The filmmaker rediscovers letters her dad used to write her from prison. That love seems to be gone now. She decides to write back in the hope of reconnecting with him. She puts in writing what could not be said: blaming her father for the family's break-up but also trying to understand him. A short film about ties and gaps between a child and a parent.

No Ordinary Man

No Ordinary Man

No Ordinary Man

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Duration: 2h48
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For decades, the life of American Jazz musician Billy Tipton was framed as the story of an ambitious woman passing as a man in pursuit of a music career. In _No Ordinary Man_, Tipton’s story is re-imagined and performed by trans artists as they collectively paint a portrait of an unlikely hero. Together, the filmmakers join Tipton’s son Billy Jr. to reckon with a complicated and contested legac...

Archipelago

Archipelago

Archipelago

Duration: 2h24
Subscription access

A true animated film about invented islands. About a physical, imaginary, linguistic, political territory. About a real or dreamed country, or something in between. _Archipelago_ is a feature film made of drawings and speeches, that tells and dreams a place and its inhabitants, to tell and dream a little of our world and times.

Warrendale

Warrendale

Warrendale

Duration: 3h22
Subscription access

At a Canadian institute, 12 children living with emotional issues are subjected to an experimental treatment. During 7 weeks, director Allan King captures their daily life, camera in hand.

Prayer for a Lost Mitten

Prayer for a Lost Mitten

Prayer for a Lost Mitten

Duration: 2h38
Subscription access

Night has fallen and Montreal is under a blanket of snow. At the City Transit Company, people line up at the lost and found office where upon reflection, losing something becomes a symbol of a deeper loss. This creative documentary is sometimes melancholic, sometimes festive yet always compassionate. In fact, it makes you appreciate Winter.

Gulîstan, Land of Roses

Gulîstan, Land of Roses

Gulîstan, Land of Roses

Duration: 2h52
Subscription access

This documentary travels deep into the mountains and deserts of Kurdistan, where armed female guerillas from the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) defend Kurdish territory against ISIS. These women share their most intimate thoughts. By offering a window into this largely unknown world, the film exposes the hidden feminist face of a revolutionary group united by a common vision of freedom.

The Venerable W.

The Venerable W.

The Venerable W.

Duration: 1h40
Subscription access

In Burma, Ashin Wirathu is a very influential Buddhist monk. To meet him is to find oneself at the heart of daily racism and to observe how the Islamophobic and hateful discourse that he preaches is transformed into violence and destruction. Yet we are in a country where 90% of the population practices Buddhism, a religion based on a peaceful, tolerant and non-violent way of life.

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Tomorrow

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

New product!
Duration: 1h29
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Voïna is a collective of Russian artists and activists founded by a charismatic couple, Oleg Vorotnikov and Natalia Sokol, who are known for their provocative political actions. It was from this group that Nadia Tolokonnikova, a member of Pussy Riot, was born. _Tomorrow_ follows some spectacular moments in the life of the collective and questions the limits of art as political action.

Nouvelles de Roumanie

Nouvelles de Roumanie

Nouvelles de Roumanie

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Duration: 31 minutes
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The news reports supplied by our Western Media concerning the events of 1990 in Romania do not sit well with Constantin Ivanovici, a Canadian of Romanian origin. That's why he decided to go over there, to see for himself and film the situation from his perspective.

Anna

Anna

Anna

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Duration: 3h43
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Rome, January 1972. The actor Massimo Sarchielli meets Anna at the piazza Navona. Underaged, on drugs, and pregnant, she lives on the streets in a community of feminists, leftists, and petty criminals. To help her, Massimo invites her to his home. Fascinated by this young woman, Massimo asks his friend, the filmmaker Alberto Grifi, to help him document her story.

Uppercase Print

Uppercase Print

Uppercase Print

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Duration: 4h16
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In 1981, chalk slogans written in uppercase letters started appearing in public spaces in the Romanian city of Botoşani. They demanded freedom, alluded to the democratic developments taking place in Romania’s socialist sister countries or simply called for improvements in the food supply. Mugur Călinescu, who was still at school at the time and whose case is documented in the files of the Roman...

Jean Carignan, violoneux

Jean Carignan, violoneux

Jean Carignan, violoneux

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Duration: 1h28
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A man of the people and a cab driver, Jean Carignan is first and foremost one of the world's greatest violinists. Under his fingers, the reels or "rigodons" appear as complex and erudite music, calling for a virtuosity worthy of Paganini; a musical genre transmitted "by ear" and still popular, whose "greats" are called Skinner, Coleman, and Allard. Jean Carignan performs a considerable repertoi...

Meeting with Robert Dole

Meeting with Robert Dole

Meeting with Robert Dole

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Duration: 32 minutes
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This experimental short film gives the floor to Robert Dole who gives us his story and exposes his vision of schizophrenia. The theme of mental illness is echoed here in a cinematographic treatment that explores the materiality of film and magnetic tapes to find points of meeting and detachment, spaces resonating with the fall and redemption of Robert Dole. 

Phone Line 137

Phone Line 137

Phone Line 137

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Duration: 2h44
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In Argentina, the victims of femicide amount to one woman every 23 hours. This documentary portrays the life of four social workers and psychologists who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, to assist, help and accompany different women who suffer domestic, sexual, and family violence.

(Sin asunto)

(Sin asunto)

(Sin asunto)

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Duration: 58 minutes
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Somewhere in Colombia, a Nile crocodile hides from the tourists of the zoo. Carlos, his caretaker, is trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter. Far away somewhere in France, a director suffers from sleep paralysis and struggles to complete his film. Gradually, these three stories converge.

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

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Duration: 26 minutes
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The filmmaker rediscovers letters her dad used to write her from prison. That love seems to be gone now. She decides to write back in the hope of reconnecting with him. She puts in writing what could not be said: blaming her father for the family's break-up but also trying to understand him. A short film about ties and gaps between a child and a parent.

The Silence of the Mole

The Silence of the Mole

The Silence of the Mole

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Duration: 1h32
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In the 1970s, journalist Elías Barahona, also known as "The Mole", infiltrated the heart of one of the most repressive governments in Guatemalan history. The film captures the moments when revelations from the past explore the cracks in the walls of silence that surround the country's secret history.

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

Tomorrow

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Duration: 1h29
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Voïna is a collective of Russian artists and activists founded by a charismatic couple, Oleg Vorotnikov and Natalia Sokol, who are known for their provocative political actions. It was from this group that Nadia Tolokonnikova, a member of Pussy Riot, was born. _Tomorrow_ follows some spectacular moments in the life of the collective and questions the limits of art as political action.

Nouvelles de Roumanie

Nouvelles de Roumanie

Nouvelles de Roumanie

New product!
Duration: 31 minutes
Subscription access

The news reports supplied by our Western Media concerning the events of 1990 in Romania do not sit well with Constantin Ivanovici, a Canadian of Romanian origin. That's why he decided to go over there, to see for himself and film the situation from his perspective.

Anna

Anna

Anna

New product!
Duration: 3h43
Subscription access

Rome, January 1972. The actor Massimo Sarchielli meets Anna at the piazza Navona. Underaged, on drugs, and pregnant, she lives on the streets in a community of feminists, leftists, and petty criminals. To help her, Massimo invites her to his home. Fascinated by this young woman, Massimo asks his friend, the filmmaker Alberto Grifi, to help him document her story.

Uppercase Print

Uppercase Print

Uppercase Print

New product!
Duration: 4h16
Subscription access

In 1981, chalk slogans written in uppercase letters started appearing in public spaces in the Romanian city of Botoşani. They demanded freedom, alluded to the democratic developments taking place in Romania’s socialist sister countries or simply called for improvements in the food supply. Mugur Călinescu, who was still at school at the time and whose case is documented in the files of the Roman...

Jean Carignan, violoneux

Jean Carignan, violoneux

Jean Carignan, violoneux

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Duration: 1h28
Subscription access

A man of the people and a cab driver, Jean Carignan is first and foremost one of the world's greatest violinists. Under his fingers, the reels or "rigodons" appear as complex and erudite music, calling for a virtuosity worthy of Paganini; a musical genre transmitted "by ear" and still popular, whose "greats" are called Skinner, Coleman, and Allard. Jean Carignan performs a considerable repertoi...

Meeting with Robert Dole

Meeting with Robert Dole

Meeting with Robert Dole

New product!
Duration: 32 minutes
Subscription access

This experimental short film gives the floor to Robert Dole who gives us his story and exposes his vision of schizophrenia. The theme of mental illness is echoed here in a cinematographic treatment that explores the materiality of film and magnetic tapes to find points of meeting and detachment, spaces resonating with the fall and redemption of Robert Dole. 

Phone Line 137

Phone Line 137

Phone Line 137

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Duration: 2h44
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In Argentina, the victims of femicide amount to one woman every 23 hours. This documentary portrays the life of four social workers and psychologists who are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year, to assist, help and accompany different women who suffer domestic, sexual, and family violence.

(Sin asunto)

(Sin asunto)

(Sin asunto)

New product!
Duration: 58 minutes
Subscription access

Somewhere in Colombia, a Nile crocodile hides from the tourists of the zoo. Carlos, his caretaker, is trying to reconnect with his estranged daughter. Far away somewhere in France, a director suffers from sleep paralysis and struggles to complete his film. Gradually, these three stories converge.

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

Love, Dad

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Duration: 26 minutes
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The filmmaker rediscovers letters her dad used to write her from prison. That love seems to be gone now. She decides to write back in the hope of reconnecting with him. She puts in writing what could not be said: blaming her father for the family's break-up but also trying to understand him. A short film about ties and gaps between a child and a parent.

The Silence of the Mole

The Silence of the Mole

The Silence of the Mole

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Duration: 1h32
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In the 1970s, journalist Elías Barahona, also known as "The Mole", infiltrated the heart of one of the most repressive governments in Guatemalan history. The film captures the moments when revelations from the past explore the cracks in the walls of silence that surround the country's secret history.

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