|Week of 19-25 Nov. : check out some movies!|
|THINK THE DYSTOPIE – 19-25 Nov.|
The Conduits of Camilo Restrepo
Inspired by the life of its lead actor, Los Conductos confirms the talent of Camilo Restrepo and asserts itself as a political film without compromise on present-day Colombia.
A Shape of Things to Come
by Lisa Malloy and J.P. Sniadecki
Through the portrait of an old hermit in the Sonora Desert, J.P. Sniadecki and Lisa Malloy observe what is already, perhaps, our future.
Me and the Cult Leader
by Atsushi Sakahara
The meeting between a victim of the sarin gas attack in the Tokyo subway and the spokesman of the sect responsible for the attack. An unlikely road-movie that takes the form of an upsetting encounter between two solitudes.
by Sébastien Lifshitz
Sasha, 7 years old, is lively, tender, flirtatious, passionate about dance. But Sasha was assigned boy at birth. The heartbreaking portrait of a trans child, filmed with great sensitivity.
Prayer for a lost mitt
by Jean-François Lesage
Presented in the Canal D Space
Starting from the office of found objects, an existential reflection on the feeling of loss, filled with humor and tenderness. A winter tale transcended by human warmth.
by Sarah Baril Gaudet
Yoan and Gabrielle are 18 years old and preparing for their native Temiscamingue. A first feature film that observes with delicacy and poetry the transition from adolescence to adulthood.
CHALLENGING POWER| 19-25 Nov.
Presented in collaboration with the Confederation of National Trade Unions (CSN)
by Karim Aïnouz
Following for 24 hours a young Algerian protester, Karim Aïnouz captures the spirit of the Hirak and takes the pulse of a youth vibrating with life and determined to build a better future.
by Sam Soko
Determined to fight corruption in Kenya, an activist ran in regional elections and quickly found himself torn between his family and his political commitment.