Almost Almost Famous – Alive

« One’s originality comes from the inability to emulate your influences. » John Lennon On a road trip through an alternate universe, where Elvis Presley and Jackie Wilson never died, Almost Almost Famous explores the lives of three of the world’s top tribute artists, the cost of borrowed fame and the risk of getting ‘lost in the … Continue reading Almost Almost Famous – Alive

A Sister’s Song – For Her Happiness

“Parting is all we know of heaven, And all we need of hell.” Emily Dickinson Can we really know what’s in the heart of one of our loved ones? A Sister’s Song is the intimate and delicate story of two sisters Marina and Tatiana, who live apart because of the choice that Tatiana made when … Continue reading A Sister’s Song – For Her Happiness

Beautiful Things – Song of Loneliness

« We accept that things can begin before us, not that can survive us. » Guido Morselli The many objects that we accumulate begin their production journey in a programmed and silent industrial site where borderline men work in isolation, without any interference. Unbeknownst to them, these men form the basis of the sequence of creation, transportation, … Continue reading Beautiful Things – Song of Loneliness

Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) 2018

The 21st edition of the Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) is about to begin. From November 8th to 18th, you will have the chance to see a selection of 157 movies – including 25 world premieres, 17 North-American premieres, 30 canadian premieres and 51 Quebec premieres – from 47 countries, without forgetting a few other … Continue reading Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) 2018

Phantom Islands – Destabilizing

« … and saw the island rising in the distant sheen, white and filmy; a phantom island. » Sheridan Le Fanu An adrift and alienated couple’s struggles blur into enchanting and mysterious Irish landscapes. Deliberately melodramatic, yet bold and experimental in visual style, Phantom Islands walks the very fine line between documentary and fiction, challenging … Continue reading Phantom Islands – Destabilizing

The Festival du Nouveau Cinéma is back

For its 47th edition, which will take place from October 3 to 14, 2018, the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (FNC) offers more than 300 films from 62 countries, including 34 world premieres, 16 international premieres, 44 North American premieres and 44 canadian premieres. Movie lovers fond of primeurs will not be disappointed. Not more those … Continue reading The Festival du Nouveau Cinéma is back

Endzeit – End of the World

« A different kind of zombie film. » Two young women, Vivi (Gro Swantje Kohlhof) and Eva (Maja Lehrer), are fleeing the limits of the “no zombies” community of Weimar. Their journey takes them into a lush and beautiful post-apocalyptic landscape: in the absence of man, nature has taken over. Finally, realizing that the fight against … Continue reading Endzeit – End of the World

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