This film traces out the portrait of a motorway rest area located in the countryside in the North of France. It looks like a dream, filled with the whispering thoughts and the lives of those who work here, as well as those who are just passing through. It is also a very concrete place, a perfect spot to observe today’s Europe, the violence carried by the free competition of a single market, the nostalgia carried by uprooted lives, and all the solitude engendered by our modern world. Winner of l’Acharnière Prize and René Vautier Prize at the L’Acharnière festival in Lille, France Best Documentary Feature Film at the Hong Kong Arthouse Film Festival Mention of the jury in the “Ethnographic” section at the IntimaLente ethnographic film festival, in Caserte, Italy Best documentary at the Nunes International Festival of Cinema, in Barcelona, Spain
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June 2014: the next major phase of the restoration of Chartres Cathedral has begun, a project that will take two-and-a-half years to complete. The most spectacular and representative areas of the cathedral are being renovated : the nave and the windows surrounding it.
An initiatory, sensual and fantasy epic follows in the heart of Paris at night.
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Paul, a non-conformist, dynamic and slightly worked up novelist, can not finish his book. Camille who left everything to support him, understands that marital comfort jeopardizes his creativity and kicks him out...
Master Pastelist CHRIS, a teacher from the Société des Pastellistes de France, paints a landsape based on a film clip of the Corniche Vendénne.
In less than 30 years tattooing had moved from the fringe into the limelight to become mainstream. Plunging head-on into this fast-changing artistic world, Tattoos will introduce us to founding fathers of modern tattooing who helped fuel and propagate the explosion of inked body art.
Acupuncture Without Borders – International is an NGO that trains acupuncture practitioners in developing countries. The host and the guest explores the various facets of this unusual experience by evoking its activities, the values it conveys and the relations which result from this, founded on autonomy, respect, humility and reciprocity.
In the intimacy of the taxicab, New York’s immigrant taxi drivers tell their stories. While sketching the outlines of tomorrow’s America, their tales question what it means to try to become who you want to be: how do you choose your life instead of resigning to it?