Gutsy cinema that breaks new ground
| 105 minutes | 2017
Blindness becomes a trigger for emancipation. A debut film, carried by a promising young actress, that’s a breath of fresh air. Ava, 13, is gradually losing her sight. Her mood is somber. Juan, a young gypsy outcast, becomes an unexpected light at the end of the tunnel. For her first feature film, screened at Cannes during Critics’ Week, the French filmmaker delivers a dense, bracing summer tale about the urgency of living life while defying convention. Intriguing.IN THE PRESENCE OF THE DIRECTORIN COMPETITION
Prix SACD Semaine de la critique - Festival de Cannes 2017
Plunge into the 70s with this vibrant, lyrical collage of sounds and images from a bygone era. In 2008, Luc Bourdon created a sensation with The Memories...
CANADA | 105 minutes | 2017
Modern-day ramble against a backdrop of prejudice and hostility between a group of German workers and some ornery Bulgarian villagers. A group of German...
GERMANY , Bulgaria , Austria | 105 minutes | 2017
Following up Une jeunesse allemande (2015), Jean-Gabriel Périot continues exploring history’s ghosts with this tribute to the victims of the bombing of...
FRANCE , Japan | 105 minutes | 2016
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