Ghassan Salhab // Liban // 2014
// 134 min // Couleur // 1.77
Following a car accident on a lone mountain road, a middle-aged man loses his memory. Drenched in blood, he continues to walk along the deserted path. Further down the road, he encounters people with engine trouble and helps them get their car running again. They are reluctant to leave him stranded, so they take him home to their large estate in the Bekaa valley, a place where...Read more
Kôji Fukada // Japon // 2013
// 126 min // Couleur // 1:33
Accompanied by Sakuko, her niece, preparing its entry to university, Mikie is back in her hometown to carry out the translation of an Indonesian novel. The summer languor in the Japanese countryside is an opportunity for Mikie to reconnect with Ukichi, an ancient lover, manager of a clandestine love hotel and for Sakuko to approach the shy Takashi, a Fukushima refugee. This summer...Read more
// États-Unis // 1967
// 73 min // Noir et blanc // 1:33
The better to understand his life, and because, according to Godard "cinema is truth 24 times per second", David Holzman, a trainee filmmaker in the New York of the 1960s, starts a film diary. To see the film of his life will perhaps enable him to grasp its meaning. But David Holzman will quickly understand that the ubiquity of the camera in his daily life is not without influence on the...Read more
Kleber Mendonça Filho // Brésil // 2012
// 131 min // Couleur //
At Recife,on Brazilian coast, the inhabitants of a prosperous district of Setúbal follow a quiet way of life, between small annoyances and airiness. Bia deploy some tricks for shut the neighbour's dog up, Joã o wakes up in the arms of his last night lover, Fransisco prevailing in mysterious patriarch on neighborhood, get visits from a private security company that wants to establish it...Read more
Anocha Suwichakornpong // Thaïlande // 2010
// 82 min // Couleur // 1,85:1
"Anocha has produced a number of daring and delicate films. Her Mundane History left a strange impression on me. I am a big fan." Apichatpong Weerasethakul Survivance is proud to distribute Mundane History (Tiger Award at Rotterdam) by Anocha Suwichakorpong in theaters. Coming soon to cinemas.Read more
We warmly congratulate David Yon, director of The Night and the kid and David Kremer director of Sons of Barents, who win within a few days of each others the Special Jury award at Fronteira Festival for the Night and the kid and Nancy-Lorraine International Festival for Sons of Barents.
Suspended by the night will be screening for the first time in France during the General States of Documentary Film of Lussas ! August the 21th on Tënk selection.
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