By Alain Raoust
Salomé lands a summer job in the junkyard of a village in Southern France. In this timeless place, her rebellious adolescence catches up with her. She meets friends, old and new, who all share the same desire to build a way of life far from any social order.
By Nicola Alice Hens
The untold story of a French Jewish former spy, Marthe Cohn - aka Chichinette. After keeping silent for almost 60 years, she shares her extraordinary story of a 4.5 feet high woman who managed to beat the odds and fight the Nazis as a spy. At the age of 98, she now tours the world, promoting her message to people of all generations.
By Martin Laroche
Mixing realism and unsettling bizarreness, Laughter explores the survivor’s syndrome, the grieving process, the distance of time, the power of love, and the joy of being alive.
By Catherine Catella & Shu Aiello
'Leoforio' is a journey, a daily bus ride of a hundred kilometers. From the chaotic, overpopulated capital of Athens to the small town of Eritres, the bus - leoforio in Greek - winds between the coast, the mountainous roads and the deserted villages. A brief glimpse into everyday lives, to grasp the resilience of a people in times of crisis.
By Nathalie Biancheri
A father in his thirties befriends his estranged teenage daughter. Out of cowardice and the fear of being rejected, he does not reveal his identity to her. The pair embark on a boozefueled, destructive friendship of nocturnal meetings and reckless behaviour. As she becomes infatuated with him, he finds himself playing with fire at the risk of ruining everything…
By Alexandre Rockwell
In New Bedford Massachusetts, a dysfunctional family portrayed in all shades of black-and-white, lead forgotten lives. One eventful summer, in an act of liberation, the kids Billie and Nico set off on their own adventure into the fantastic and poetic world of childhood, unseen by the adults around them.
By David Uloth, Chloé Cinq-Mars
Andre has died under mysterious circumstances leaving behind his wife and two daughters who must now learn to grow together and face a truth they were not ready for.
By Sandra Kogut
Every Christmas, with the help of their employees, Edgar and Marta host a lavish family celebration at their summer house. In the course of three years, their lives are going to turn upside down. What happens to the invisible people living in the orbit of the rich and powerful when everything collapses? Through their gaze, we witness the gradual disintegration of Brazil on the eve of 2018.
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