Film events and Master Classes
CANADA , Switzerland
| 100 minutes | 2017
In Bolivia, Nepal, New York and Montreal, prison seen from the point of view of the inmates’ children. It’s a particularly distressing fact of life that most female prisoners are also mothers. When a woman is incarcerated, her child either suffers a gut-wrenching separation or joins her behind bars. What is the daily reality of these children, bereft of their mothers, and what rights do they have? Taking on the role of documentarian, Léa Pool delivers four harrowing, intertwined portraits.
QUéBEC/CANADA | 100 minutes | 2017
Clouds and drone music combine for an electrical and atmospheric performance. Composer Ben Shemie (SUUNS) has been an admirer of James Benning’s work...
UNITED STATES | 100 minutes | 2004
The best day ever for a young actress, the most important day of her young career. It’s her 33rd birthday, and she has an audition for the lead in the...
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