An animated film by Kajika Aki Ferrazzini
Set in a dystopian world, a young girl runs for her life while cameras broadcast the action. A declaration of love to the memories shaping our dreams.
A film by Louise Mootz
A group of very vocal young women with diverse backgrounds dance, laugh, fuck and dither their way through life in northeast Paris.
An intimate and cliché-crushing portrait of true Parisiennes, living in a concrete jungle that screams “liberté, égalité, sororité” from the rooftops.
Louise Mootz's first film received Best Mid-length international documentary at Visions du Réel Festival 2020.
A film by Constance Meyer
On the Swiss border, a detective is asked to follow a woman whose comings and goings worry her husband. Everything seems normal, until night falls, and the tail begins…
For a moment
A film by Clémence Poésy
Observing in close ups the students at the ballet school of the Opera de Paris, training tirelessly to build their future as dancers, Clémence Poésy offers an original outlook that leaves out of frame the bodies these girls and boys tame everyday. Capturing the intimacy of their faces, she explores the mystery of their hard earned quest toward grace.
A film by Constance Meyer
A lonely sixty year old man lives in a small apartment on the top floor of a tower. Every day, a young woman entrusts her baby to him. A natural and unusual bond unites these two beings, one solid and sturdy, the other small and delicate.
My job is fantastic
A film by Axelle Poisson
« My job is fantastic » is a cinematic journey across three professions of the opera : a voice-casting director, a "coryphée" dancer, a dyer.
Kiki of Montparnasse
An animated film by Amélie Harrault
"Kiki of Montparnasse" was the unwary muse of major avant-garde painters of the early twentieth century. Memorable witness of a flamboyant Montparnasse, she emancipated from her status as a simple model and became a Queen of the Night, a painter, a press cartoonist, a writer and a cabaret singer.
A film by Camille Henrot
"In the beginning there was no earth, no water – nothing. There was a single hill called Nunne Chaha. In the beginning everything was dead. In the beginning there was nothing; nothing at all. No light, no life, no movement no breath..." Extract from «Grosse fatigue»
C.H.Z (Continuously Habitable Zones)
A film by Philippe Parreno
“There are no ‘cuts’ in the film but only stretching and folding of the landscape. Because of the camera’s presence, because of the possibility of fiction, the land becomes the film.”
Between the teeth / The life of a dog
A film by Benoît Delépine
First person perspective, through the vision of his cell-phone clenched between his teeth, a man assaults a woman and then a man to get to a mysterious rendez-vous...
A film by Samuel Doux
Life takes Lucie and mistreats Ezra. It is not because somewhere else it is better, but it is that here to live is impossible. What was there to do better than to kiss each other ?
A film by Elsa Amiel
A couple travels to Budapest for a medical intervention. Two days, two nights in the Hungarian capital : enough time to meet again and grow apart.