In Kurdistan, as in most areas of long-term conflicts, women are increasingly present. As if, faced with the murderous madness of men, they now put themselves in the foreground, transformed into human bombs or soldiers. In 1996, the women joining the Kurdish guerrillas of the PKK decided to create their own army, totally independent of that of the men. The film traces the life of a "manga" of women, the basic guerrilla unit made up of six female combatants.
Mora, reporter-photographer, is in quest of a scoop in South America. In a politically disturbed country, he unexpectedly witnesses a murder. As he tries to regain a perception of reality, he discovers betrayal, violence and fear.
Detective Medi investigates the grievous destiny of a number of people by seeking the testimony of Artist Kamal’s latest assistant, Souad. Souad’s testimony doesn’t reveal only the destiny of the people she knew, but also her own personal story with the deceased.
This is an introduction to Le Bonheur by Alexander Medvedkine. The story of an experimental cine-train that drove for 294 days, filming the problems met by the Russian revolution and the economic development in 1930.
Wuhan city, February 2017, in a foggy winter white as snow, all the children of the city in kindergarten are kept by the teachers in their narrow classrooms to avoid the air pollution, looking at the sky through locked glass doors.
In 2019, thousands of young Belgians held weekly demonstrations to demand their right to a more sustainable future... Filmmaker, Luc Dechamps, accompanied them, captured their emotions and recorded their concerns with poignant precision.
This film looks at the role of culture and architecture in the current social life of metropolitan Paris through the lens of the Orsay and Louvre museums, questioning the current critical state of the "museum cult" in 2019/2020. Or Immersed in the artwork of the Orsay and Louvre museums, a young architect lets her thoughts wander beyond the space in which she finds herself, taking you on an architectural journey of the Parisian metropolis.
They feel acutely the atmosphere of a place, absorb your emotion and feel it as if it were their own, but in an exacerbated way.Their senses are amplified.
In a small village in Alsace, two teachers invite the parents of their pupils to come on Saturday mornings to present their languages and cultures...
Patrick is dead. Patrick, the son, the brother. After his death, the whole family gathers in the parents’ home, at the far end of Brittany, by the seaside. How to survive after the beloved one’s death ?
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...
On the A6 highway, around Charnay-les-Mâcon, a man wearing monk clothes stands on a bridge and waves a white woodmade dove to salute cars and trucks driving away below.
That year, I went back to the Island of Pico, in the Azores. I wanted to meet the writer, poet and whaler José Dias de Melo. But when I arrived, I heard he had been ill and sent to the hospital in another island of the archipelago. So I decided to wait...
Barroso is an isolated region of Portugal where people live at the rhythm of the herds and the seasons. There, one can witness an ancestral way of life which will probably not last.
Belchite, Aragon, is an emblematic town of the collective amnesia that struck Spain after the civil war. Today, the injured memory of the population is getting lost among the ruins of the old village, destroyed after the fratricidal fightings of the civil war and the streets of the new village, built by Franco...
Caplongue is a small village of 80 inhabitants in the South of France where the Loco-Motivés association was created in 2012. Its vision is to produce and deliver local food, respectful of nature and animals, in the friendliest way possible.
Founded by Jeanne Mance in 1642 at the same time as the city, the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal is about to disappear, to be replaced by the new CHUM. The Last Breath immerses us in an enclosed world where life, death, love and friendship coexist in close proximity.
A woman in the present goes in search of a woman of the past, Jeanne Mance (1606-1673), co-founder of Montreal. Annabel Loyola is from Langres, France, birthplace of Jeanne Mance four hundred years earlier. The two women share a common itinerary that leads them from Langres to Paris and, finally, to Montreal.
There's an underground punk and noise scene in France, underground in the deepest sense of the term, prolific and varied. For its members, remaining independent is the most important value.