Film events and Master Classes
| 97 minutes | 2017
Certain sick people are stigmatized because medicine doesn’t have any answers for their suffering. Unrest documents the puzzle of chronic fatigue syndrome. A promising future is darkened by a mysterious, medically non-existent illness. A prisoner in her own body, afflicted with chronic fatigue syndrome, Jennifer Brea films the physical and emotional impacts of her precarious health. A documentary that sparks powerful emotions while offering a ray of hope to those struggling with the illness.
Prix spécial du Jury - Sundance 2017
Solitude, mourning and murder in this noir-hearted, latter-day Western indie thriller that’s also a haunting character study. The scene: small-town...
UNITED STATES , Canada | 97 minutes | 2017
When night falls, three characters from different generations reveal their innermost secrets. Three people from different cultures and, more importantly,...
Screening with live commentary
QUéBEC/CANADA | 97 minutes | 2016
In a class by itself, the cult film poem that is India Song invents “a new way of saying things.”1 Quintessential Durassian cinema. In the languid days...
FRANCE | 97 minutes | 1975
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