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.
Vintage cult film about a politician, a ruthless killer and a woman’s bloodcurdling scream in the night. De Palma’s 1981 classic is a dark tale that...
Screening with live commentary
UNITED STATES | 100 minutes | 1981
Family and passion, past and present intersect in this documentary about one of the most prestigious sports clubs in the world. The story of the powerful...
UNITED STATES , Italy | 100 minutes | 2016
Hilarious comedy in which Emmanuel Bilodeau tries to get out of a predicament caused by a series of questionable actions. How does a nice, accommodating...
CANADA | 100 minutes | 2017
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