The World is Yours! Around the world in 432 films

Tuesday August 6, 2013

The World is Yours!  Around the world in 432 films

 THE WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

August 22 – Septembre 2, 2013

The World is Yours!

 

Around the world in 432 films

 

218 feature films (113 world and international premieres)

14 medium length films (13 world and international premieres)

200 short films (147 world and international premieres)

 

 

World Competition : 20 feature films and 11 short films

 

First Films World Competition : 20 feature films

 

Hors Concours / World Greats : 13 feature films

 

Korean Cinema of Today : 8 feature films, 1 medium length, 9 short films

 

Focus on World Cinema : 105 feature films, 1 medium length, 110 short films

 

Documentaries of the World : 26 feature films, 12 medium length, 3 shorts films

 

INIS Productions : 10 short films (4 fiction films and 6 documentaries)

 

Canadian Student Film Festival : 1 feature film and 42 short films

 

Best Student Films of the World : 15 short films

 

Hommage : 1 feature film

 

Our Cinema – Review of a Year of Hits : 13 feature films

 

Cinema Under the Stars Loto-Québec : 12 feature films

 

August 6, 2013

THE MONTREAL WORLD FILM FESTIVAL

August 22 – September 2, 2013

 

 

The world is yours!

 

 

The slogan of the World Film Festival this year is "The world is yours." With its legendary openness to the world, the Festival offers a tantalizing and diverse menu of 432 films (218 feature films, 14 medium-length films and 200 short films).


The principal way for an international festival to distinguish itself is to present premieres. Besides its renowned openness, one of the important features of the Montreal World Film Festival is its hosting of a large number of world and international premieres. This year, of the 218 feature films programmed, 113 will be presented as world or international premieres, along with 39 North American premieres and 41 Canadian premieres.


Our new all-digital environment, which has become the norm in 2013, has relegated 35mm prints to antiques shops and has completely changed the selection process of films. Not a single 35mm print was submitted to us this year. During the selection process, we were sent a large number of "links" that allowed us to view, under excellent conditions, films for which we had no physical media. And if we were slow to screen a film, because in the profusion of submissions it happened that some had to wait a few weeks to be seen, we would receive frantic follow-ups from producers or directors who had noticed that their works hadn’t yet been viewed...


The dematerialization of audiovisual works has many advantages, especially during the process of creation and filming, making possible more low-budget productions and giving documentaries a spontaneity that would have been difficult to achieve with bulkier equipment. However, this dematerialization also poses a serious problem for creators because it encourages piracy which has become the bane of cinema artists and businessmen. Intellectual property, which creators have long fought to have regulated and protected, might be rendered obsolete. If the profitability of films is in doubt, who would want to invest in the cinema? More than ever it has become important to combat this scourge, and this can only be achieved by a transnational effort to eliminate pirates who profit at the expense of artists and creators.

 

 

THE WORLD COMPETITION


If there is a dominant theme in the films of the competition this year, it is that of human beings caught a changing world, facing new realities.

 

In SPIELTRIEB (Gaming Instinct) by Gregor Schnitzler (Germany), Ada, an intelligent but fiercely independent 14-year-old, has trouble adjusting to her school environment. Then she meets Alev and recognizes a kindred soul. Their friendship sets off sparks.

WESTEN (West) by Christian Schwochow (Germany). We are in  East Berlin, 1978. It’s summer, three years after Wassilly’s death. Nelly’s boyfriend and Alexei’s father died in a car accident in Russia. Since he is dead, Nelly wants to leave too. Away from the GDR, to leave the grief and the memories behind. To get a fresh start. That should be possible in the West, or so Nelly believes.

HET VONNIS (The Verdict) by Jan Verheyen (Belgium). When his wife's murderer is released due to a procedural error, Luc Segers will do everything in his power to stop it from happening. Devastated by grief, Luc becomes obsessed with seeking justice. He neglects his work and starts following the man who ruined his life. He also begins collecting information on the Internet regarding miscarriages of justice and revenge killings. But this is going to be about more than revenge; it will be Luc Segers vs. the state.

LA MAISON DU PÊCHEUR by Alain Chartrand (Canada).In the summer of 1969, Bernard Lortie,19, a Gaspé fisherman’s son, arrives in Percé to find work. He meets Paul, Jacques and Francis, Quebec separatist activists who have come to open the “Fisherman’s House”. They aim to offer lodgings to young travellers and politicize them during their stay. Won over by the trio's ideas, Bernard gets increasingly involved in their project, even participating in the occupation of a local radio station to defend Gaspé fishermen. Relations between the activists and local authorities degenerate and the "Fisherman's House" is attacked by the town's fire truck. Bernard and his new friends return to Montreal where, the following year, they join the Front de libération du Québec (FLQ) and play a pivotal role in the October Crisis.

L’AUTRE MAISON (Another House) by Mathieu Roy (Canada). Henri, 86 (Marcel Sabourin), has begun to suffer from dementia and keeps wandering away from his country house to find a more "comfortable" one. His two sons, Gabriel (Roy Dupuis), a star reporter who travels around the world covering wars and political hotspots, and Eric (Émile Proulx-Cloutier), a pilot-in-training, disagree about what to do with their increasingly erratic and forgetful father. But they eventually realize that they must overcome their differences so that they are together when they accompany their father to the enigmatic place that he keeps seeking, the place he calls "the other home".

THE FERRY by Shi Wei (China). Deep in the Enshi mountains, the Tian family live near an old ferry. To keep a commitment made by their forebears, the Tian family have helped people cross the river without collecting a penny for the ride. A widower in his 60s, his son away outside the village, Tian Huai’en is the third generation of the family to work the ferry. When his son returns for a visit, he begins questioning his father’s commitment. It will take him a summer of filling for his ailing dad for the son to appreciate what is at stake.

FEED ME by Yazhou Yang and Bo Yang (China). On an old barge moored close to a small village inhabited by old people and children, live young Wang Wang and his grandfather. Wang Wang attends the local school, but, in the absence of maternal authority, with great reluctance. Then, one night, a young pregnant woman is discovered hiding on the boat, ready to give birth. With the arrival of her little baby girl, the young mother, already used to her river accommodations, opts to stay with them. Life on the barge will never be the same.

HITAC (One Shot) by Robert Orhel (Croatia). One accidental gun shot links the destinies of two young women – Anita, an inspector who gets along very well in her professional life and quite well in her private life as well, and Petra, a young woman whose everyday life would surely be simpler if she did not have to take care of her alcoholic mother. The investigation of the accidental shot will bring them together at crucial turning points in their lives.

THE MIRACLE by Simon Staho (Denmark). When Jakob returns for the first time in years to his childhood village to attend his mother's funeral, he discovers that the love of his youth still lives there, trapped in an unhappy marriage with the town priest. Johanna loved dancing but she wanted desperately to win the regional dance competition and Jakob was an inept partner. Now she is confined to a wheelchair and her pastor husband is praying for a miracle. Can dancing provide what God can't?

JAPPELOUP by Christian Duguay (France - Canada). At the start of the 1980s, Pierre Durand abandons a promising legal career and throws himself into his true passion, show jumping. With his father's backing, he gambles everything on a young horse in whom no one else had any faith: Jappeloup. Too small, too stubborn, too impetuous, he has many faults, but also a remarkable jumping ability. From competition to competition, the pair improve and begin to make their mark on the showjumping world. But the Los Angeles Olympic Games are a disaster for them. Can the rider-horse partnership be repaired in time for the next Olympics?

LANDES by François-Xavier Vives (France). The 1920s, in Landes, in south-western France. In the middle of an immense forest a social crisis is brewing. Liéna, just 35, just widowed, has inherited her husband's his vast properties and his crazy dream to have electricity throughout his lands. Liéna wants to make this electrical dream come true, no matter the cost. But no one else seems to be interested, neither her family nor her associates, nor even the unions. So she fights, ever more stubborn and determined, only to finally understand that another dream exists, a social and emotional realm beyond the country's stalled and suffocating reality.

THE WEDLOCK by Rouhollah Hejazi (Iran). The Mahmoudis live in an old large house. They are a traditional couple with traditional values and beliefs. When they decide to renovate the building they call on the architect husband of Mrs. Mahmoudi's niece. But when the architect arrives it quickly becomes apparent that not everyone is on the same page regarding the renovations. Conflicts arise about the house and about related matters. Indeed, even unrelated matters. Slowly we begin to understand that the people in the house, residents and guests, are all torn between modern and traditional lifestyles.

CHA CHA CHA by Marco Risi (Italy). Outside a Rome nightclub, a teenage boy dies in a car accident. Nothing suggests that this is anything more than a simple collision, but Corso, a former cop turned private detective, is convinced otherwise. Michelle, the mother of the young man and Corso's former mistress, is now the partner of Argento, a powerful and well-connected lawyer. During the investigation a body is discovered, that of an engineer who was apparently close to the lawyer. Bribery, wiretapping, espionage, a mob settling of accounts; Corso’s plate is full.

ITAKER – ITALIANS NOT ALLOWED by Toni Trupia (Italy).The tale of a journey from Italy to Germany, in 1962. It's the peculiar journey of Pietro, a 9-year-old whose mother has died and who sets out on a quest to find his long lost father who disappeared after migrating to another country. He is accompanied by a self-described friend of his father's, Benito, a young man with a dubious past who is looking for personal redemption and is willing to do anything to get it.

ASK THIS OF RIKYU by Mitsutoshi Tanaka (Japan). As thunder crashes and rain pours down, 3000 soldiers surround the home of tea master Rikyu. Chancellor Toyotomi Hideyoshi has ordered him to commit suicide. As he sits and contemplates his death, his wife So-on speaks to him: "There is one who is always in your thoughts." Old memories are revived...

A THOUSAND TIMES GOODNIGHT by Erik Poppe (Norway). Rebecca is one of the world's top war photographers. On assignment while photographing a female suicide bomber group, she gets too near and is badly hurt in an explosion. Back home in Norway, another bomb drops. Her husband and daughters can no longer bear the thought of her dying on assignment in some faraway land. She is given an ultimatum: choose between your work or your family. The choice seems obvious...

LIFE FEELS GOOD by Maciej Pieprzyca (Poland). Mateusz has cerebral palsy. In addition to his obvious physical handicap, he was diagnosed at a very early age as a mentally disabled person with no communicative ability. After twenty five years, however, it turned out that apart from his physical problems, he was a perfectly normal, even quite intelligent person. We get to know Mateusz now, at 30, institutionalized, about to be examined by a committee which will decide whether he is normal or not…

IVAN, SON OF AMIR by Maksim Paniflov (Russia). A Russian woman from Sevastopol flees with her two children during the Second World War. Amir, an Uzbek with two wives, gives her shelter in a remote village. The Uzbek has not gone to the front to fight, because he, as he explains, he does not like to kill people. Nevertheless, Amir believes that he is "defending the motherland" by looking after and feeding his own family along with the Russian, now his third wife, her two children and little Ivan, his new son from the Russian woman. When the war ends, the woman's husband, who was assumed to be dead, shows up looking for his wife and children. He finds them and returns with them to Sevastopol. But he has difficulty accepting that his wife was third wife of a Muslim man who wouldn't fight in the war and the product of their union, Ivan, who is named after him, is now playing host to Amir's visiting family.

MONICA Z (Waltz for Monica) by Per Fly (Sweden).Monica Zetterlund, a young, rebellious small town girl is determined to make it as a singer in the vibrant jazz clubs of Stockholm, and even New York City, in the Sixties. She embarks on the singing career of her dreams, and an exquisite singer and actress evolves in the golden era of jazz. But behind all the glamour, Monica struggles to face the dark side of fame and success. As late nights of working and partying keep playing a bigger part in her life, the walls around her begin to shrink and shake. With a string of broken love affairs, a father she can never please, and a daughter to whom she’ll never be the perfect mother, Monica finds herself feeling more lost than ever…

THE RED ROBIN by Michael Wechsler (USA). Dr. Nathaniel Shellner, 75, has led an extraordinary life as a psychiatrist working with traumatized patients fleeing war zones in refugee camps, earning a Nobel Prize for his work. After having one child, Leonard, with his wife, Lillian, the Shellners adopt the remainder of their family from the camps where Dr. Shellner worked. Ultimately the Shellners incorporated children from all over the world into their family: Tommy, Julie, Harry. As Dr. Shellner succumbs to cancer on a frigid, icy day, the family convenes at the house where the couple raised the children for a final, bittersweet farewell. Or, that’s the idea until all hell breaks loose after Tommy arrives and accuses his father of adopting his children not out of concern for their future well-being, but to use them for some warped psychological experiment…

 

FIRST FILMS WORLD COMPETITION

For its 2013 edition, the Montreal World Film Festival selected a total of 71 first features, including 20 first fiction features that will compete in the FIRST FILMS WORLD COMPETITION. When these are added to the 67 short films made by students (the Canadian Student Film Festival, the INIS productions and the Best Student Films of the World), it becomes manifest that the Montreal World Film Festival is not only open to the world, it is a veritable nursery for new world talent.

Among the 20 films competing in this section:

ANTON’S FEST (PARTY OF EIGHT) by John Kolya Reichart (Germany). Eight people come together on a farm in the middle of nowhere. All of them are related by blood, friendship or love to Anton, who escaped his old life and disappeared some years ago and who has now reappeared and invited them to celebrate his 30th birthday. Anticipating the reunion, they put old grievances and injuries aside at first. However, as time passes without Anton showing up, frustration and anger begin to surface among the impatient guests. With old conflicts rising from the past at every turn, the eagerly awaited party turns into a ferocious family feud...

FINSTERWORLD by Frauke Finsterwalder (Germany). Pedicurist Claude Petersdorf harbours a special fondness for the feet of his female clients and reveals himself to Ms. Sandberg who lives in an old people's home. Documentary filmmaker Franziska Feldenhoven wants to make a film about the realities of German council housing. She is so focused on her project that she completely overlooks her partner, policeman Tom, and his fascinating secret. During a school trip to the memorial site of a concentration camp, popular student Maximilian humiliates outsiders Dominik and Natalie and sets up a cruel trap for his teacher, Mr. Nickel...

FROM TWO WORLDS AS A KEEPSAKE (YERKU ASHKHARHIC I HISHATAK) by Nika Shek. (Armenia).1988, a multi-ethnic town in Soviet Azerbaijan. Eight-year-old Ashen's parents, both Armenian, are divorced, live in different parts of town and are forever in a tug-of-war over the girl. Ashen's father has remarried and his new Russian wife has become a second mother for Ashen. In fact everyone is kind to the girl. But when the conflict breaks out between Armenia and Azerbaijan, where Ashen lives becomes a far more serious matter. Ashen's mother has to give her over to her father to keep her safe…

82 DAYS IN APRIL (82 DAGEN IN APRIL) by Bart Van den Bempt (Belgium). Herman and Marie, a couple in their fifties, arrive in Istanbul to pick up the luggage of their deceased son. In his backpack, Herman discovers a logbook of their son's trip through Turkey. Herman decides to reconstruct his son’s last journey, to see what he has seen. He drags along his wife into a, what he believes to be, cathartic ven­ture.

YAM DAM by Vivian Goffette (Belgium). Christian lives a largely featureless life as a country veterinarian. He and his wife have set up a small aid-to-Africa organization and he serves as its president. But that isn't enough to fill the monotony of his existence. So Christian spends his idle hours surfing the web. On the Internet he invents a second persona and flirts with a young African woman in search of a better life. Just idle flirting. Then, one day, Faustine, a 26-year-old from Burkina Faso, shows up at his office. "I have no papers," she tells him. "But you promised to marry me."

LA FILLE DU MARTIN (THE MARTIN GIRL) by Samuel Thivierge (Canada). Sara works at her mother's pet supplies store in Montreal. She is finally going spend a fishing weekend with her dad in Lac-St-Jean. That's when the phone rings at the pet shop; her dad's cancer took a sudden turn for the worse and he died in a hospital. She is determined to go fishing in his memory. That's when Sara runs into an old elementary school classmate, Dan, a surly young man who works with his brother at their father's fishing lodge. A romance is kindled. A perilous adventure, too. There are poachers at the lodge and they play for keeps...

RESSAC (RIPTIDE) by Pascale Ferland (Canada). After searching in vain for a job in the small seaside town where he was born, Édouard is forced to head off to the big city. He reluctantly leaves behind his mother-in-law, his wife Gemma and his beloved daughter Chloé. The weight of his absence is felt by all three women. Soon the news arrives of his unexplained death. Beyond the confusion, guilt and anger that accompany such an event, there is the love, hope and idealism of youth, unfulfilled desires and the dreams they share of a better future. When Gemma discovers the unusual legacy left by her late husband, she thinks she’s finally found the key to happiness…

THE FALLING FEATHER by Wang Yi (China). When internationally acclaimed artist Mo Ke announces that he is selling his prized painting, "The Falling Feather", and that he will donate all the proceeds from its sale to a small Yunnan town, everyone in the art world is puzzled and intrigued. Why is he doing this? To answer this question we are transported 20 years into the past, to when a young unknown painter visited Yunnan and was captivated and inspired not only by the beauty of the location, but by a young woman... with a feather in her hair.

PUERTO PADRE (PORT FATHER) by Gustavo Fallas (Costa Rica – Mexico). Daniel, 16, an orphan, lives with his grandmother on Chira Island, in Costa Rica. Seeing no future in this poor and isolated place and curious about his origins, Daniel decides to find his godfather, Miguel Angel, in Puntarenas, the country's main city. Daniel begins his quest at the hotel where his mother used to work, but he is received coldly by the owner of the place, Chico, who informs him that his godfather had died a while back. After an initial refusal, Chico offers Daniel a job along with strict marching orders. At the hotel, Daniel meets Soledad, a 17-year-old single mother who maintains the hotel's kitchen, and before long the two have begun a relationship.

SOMOS GENTE HONRADA (HERE'S THE DEAL) by Alejandro Marzoa (Spain). Portly Suso, a newspaper vendor fallen on hard times, now depends on loans from his father-in-law, and is largely supported by his long-suffering spouse Carmen. Out fishing one evening with his friend, widowed, struggling real estate salesman Manuel, the pair find a substantial stash of cocaine bobbing in the waves. Manuel recruits a corrupt young cop to help him cash in on the bonanza…

TAJ MAHAL by Danesh Eghba Shavi (Iran). On several occasions, on instructions from the shipbuilding company where he works, Hossein Moradi, a 60-year-old clerk from Abadan, has had to fire some of his colleagues. When he gets his latest downsizing order, however, Hossein tries to make the process fairer. He decides to have the workers themselves pick who is to be laid off by drawing lots. But one of the workers objects and gets into a fight with Hossein…

SNAILS IN THE RAIN (SHABLULIM BA'GESHEM) by Yariv Mozer (Israël). Boaz, 25, is a handsome linguistics student. Nearly every day he comes to the post office to find out about his scholarship. But instead he receives anonymous love letters. Their author is a deeply closeted homosexual. The persistent letters make Boaz uncomfortable. Every man is a potential suspect — but it is his own heterosexuality that Boaz really doubts. He’s now haunted by memories from his past... In his next letter, the secret admirer gives Boaz an ultimatum…

L'AMORE È IMPERFETTO (LOVE IS NOT PERFECT) by Francesca Muci (Italy). Elena,35, a reader and part-time editor in a publishing company, lives on her own. Seven years earlier, she found out her partner Marco, a dashingly handsome young photographer,. was having a relationship with a man. Elena had no wish to understand or even to try and salvage the relationship. She had no desire either for Marco or the baby she was expecting. Marco, however, implored her not to get rid of the child. She agreed to have the baby only on condition that she would never see the two of them again. However the psychological wound remained unhealed. Now, years later, Elena meets Adriana, an 18-year-old girl who is unpredictable and passionate, and Ettore, a fascinating 60-year-old who works in music production…

THE WHIRLPOOL (VIR) by Bojan Vuk Kosovcevic (Serbia). As former Yugoslavia was falling apart, the economic and social stability of Serbia was collapsing as well. Social extremes were apparent everywhere, especially among the youth. War, inflation, physical isolation and sanctions all contributed to Serbia becoming a kind of closed society. The film follows the three main characters in three separate but interlinked stories: Bogdan, leader of a skinhead group; Kale, last living member of a famous gangster clan; and Count, a graffiti artist who left fine arts school to join the army and ended up with a serious trauma

IN TEN DAYS I'LL BE DEAD (IN ZEHN TAGEN BIN ICH TOT) by Aurelio Galfetti. (Switzerland). Raoul is sentenced to death. However, he has not given up hope, as his clemency petition is pending. Contact with the outside world consists only of two people who have remained loyal to him over the years.  Then word arrives that Raoul's clemency petition has been rejected. Preparations for his execution begin. Raoul tries to live his last days in dignity. Faced with imminent death, he wants to be fair with his main caregiver. Ten more days to remain alive. But he must cooperate. So that his execution will proceed without incident. There are formalities. The menu of his last meal and whatever final words he would like to set down in writing...

LEFT FOOT RIGHT FOOT by Germinal Roaux (Switzerland – France). Marie, 19, is drawn to the glitter of nightclubs, she trusts an ill-intentioned former friend and is hired as a hostess. Before long, lured by the glamour as much as the easy money, she has slipped into prostitution. But she doesn't dare admit it to her boyfriend Vincent, a carefree 21-year-old skateboarder who owes everyone money and has more trouble adjusting to adulthood than Marie. Mika, the autistic and mute brother in Vincent's care, witnesses their secrets and lies and eventually he too gets caught up in their problems.

THE LONG WAY HOME (EVE DÖNÜS SARIKAMIS 1915) by Alphan Eseli (Turkey). The Battle of Sarikamis was an engagement between the Russian and Ottoman empires during World War I. It took place from December 22, 1914 to January 17, 1915 as part of the Caucasus Campaign. The outcome was a Russian victory with the Ottomans losing territory and over 90,000 soldiers. A disparate group of people are seeking to escape the war zone and find a safe path back home. All seven converge on an abandoned Armenian village in the face of a particularly harsh winter. Food is scarce and as days pass and the conditions get worse, conflicts escalate within the group. This is the other face of war, neither the glory of battle nor its horror, but the struggle of civilians to survive its consequences, the indomitable human will to survive.

TIME OF THE LAKE (GÖL ZAMANI) by Cafer Özgül (Turkey). Turkey in 1930. The entire country is in a state of transition following the Atatürk reforms. Two close friends, Ahmet and Refik, recent medical school graduates, decide to explore Anatolia, emulating the romantics of the 19th century. They arrive at a small town and are lodged by Mr. Hasim who is an old member of the Party of Union and Progress. His daughter Elif is a shy and a melancholy girl. One night, she and Refik meet by the lakeside and a romance between them is kindled. Ahmet also is smitten by Elif. His attraction unrequited, Ahmet remains in the town just to be near her. As the years go by, Elif continues to wait for Refik.

AT MIDDLETON by Adam Rodgers (USA). It's not only teenagers who find themselves when they go off to college. Disillusioned Edith meets stick-in-the-mud George while they are taking their children to visit the campus of prestigious Middleton College. Edith's daughter Audrey is aggravated by her mom's jokes. George's son Conrad would rather be somewhere else. Annoyed with their kids, Edith and George end up abandoning the official tour to explore the campus on their own. During the course of the day, they get to know each other and rediscover their inner children, embracing the sunshine and a moment in time where they are freed from their normal lives.

LA DISTANCIA MAS LARGA (THE LONGEST DISTANCE)by Claudia Pinto Emperador. (Venezuela – Spain). Two faces of the same country, a violent and chaotic city, and a corner of paradise within the most ancient mountains on the planet. Two people in opposing moments of their lives. Two reckless travelers, a child that goes alone through an entire country, and a woman on her last  one- way journey. The same destiny involves a woman and her grandson. They do not know each other, but are part of an unbreakable circle. There is only one destiny, the one you choose.

 

 

FESTIVAL DES FILMS DU MONDE - 22 août au 2 septembre 2013

WORLD FILM FESTIVAL – August 22 to September 2, 2013


COMPÉTITION MONDIALE – Longs métrages

WORLD COMPETITION – Feature films

 SPIELTRIEB / L'INSTINCT DU JEU / GAMING INSTINCT - Gregor Schnitzler. (Allemagne / Germany)

 WESTEN / OUEST / WEST - Christian Schwochow. Allemagne / Germany)

 HET VONNIS / LE VERDICT / THE VERDICT - Jan Verheyen. (Belgique / Belgium)

 LA MAISON DU PÊCHEUR/ SUMMER CRISIS – Chartrand (Canada)

 L'AUTRE MAISON / ANOTHER HOUSE - Mathieu Roy (Canada)

 THE FERRY / LE FERRY - Shi Wei (Chine / China)

 FEED ME / NOURRIS-MOI - Yazhou Yang, Bo Yang (Chine / China)

 HITAC / ONE SHOT - Robert Orhel (Croatie / Croatia)

 MIRAKLET / LE MIRACLE / THE MIRACLE - Simon Staho (Danemark - Irlande / Denmark – Ireland)

 LANDES -  François-Xavier Vives (France - Belgique / France – Belgium)

 JAPPELOUP - Christian Duguay (France – Canada)

 THE WEDLOCK /LES LIENS DU MARIAGE - Rouhollah Hejazi (Iran)

 CHA CHA CHA - Marco Risi ( Italie - France / Italy – France)

 ITAKER - VIETATO AGLI ITALIANI / ITAKER - INTERDIT AUX ITALIENS / ITAKER - ITALIANS NOT ALLOWED - Toni Trupia (Italie / Italy)

 RIKYU NI TAZUNEYO / DEMANDE À RIKYU / ASK THIS OF RIKYU - Mitsutoshi Tanaka (Japon / Japan)

 A THOUSAND TIMES GOODNIGHT / MILLE FOIS BONNE NUIT / A THOUSAND TIMES GOODNIGHT - Erik Poppe (Norvège / Norway)

 CHCE SIE ZYC /LA VIE EST BELLE/ LIFE FEELS GOOD - Maciej Pieprzyca (Pologne / Poland)

 IVAN SYN AMIRA / IVAN/ FILS D'AMIR / IVAN SON OF AMIR - Maksim Panfilov (Russie / Russia)

 MONICA Z / VALSE POUR MONICA / WALTZ FOR MONICA - Per Fly (Suède / Sweden)

 THE RED ROBIN / LE ROUGE-GORGE / THE RED ROBIN - Michael Z. Wechsler (USA)

 

COMPÉTITION MONDIALE – Courts métrages

WORLD COMPETITION – Short films

 Wolfsmelk / Lait de loup / Wolf's Milk - Hans Vercauter (Belgique / Belgium)

 Panic / Panique - Miz Monday (Canada)

 Rue de l'inspecteur / Inspector Street - Emmanuelle Loslier (Canada)

 Animal - Joon-sang Lee (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 L'Aurore boréale / Northern Lights - Keren Ben Rafael (France)

 Help!  Jean Marboeuf (France)

 Blink - Conor Maloney.(Irlande / Ireland)

 Drone - Daniel Jewel (Royaume-Uni / United Kingdom)

 Color Separation - Yoav Parish (Suisse / Switzerland)

 Mirage at Zabul Province -  Nathan Bettisworth (USA)

 For the Birds / Pour les oiseaux - Tara Atashgah (USA)


COMPÉTITION MONDIALES DES PREMIÈRES ŒUVRES – Longs métrages

FIRST FILMS WORLD COMPETITION – Feature films

 ANTONS FEST /LA FÊTE D'ANTON/ PARTY OF EIGHT - John Kolya Reichart (Allemagne / Germany)

 FINSTERWORLD - Frauke Finsterwalder (Allemagne / Germany)

 YERKU ASHKHARHIC I HISHATAK / FROM TWO WORLDS AS A KEEPSAKE - Nika Shek. (Arménie / Armenia)

 82 DAGEN IN APRIL / 82 JOURS EN AVRIL / 82 DAYS IN APRIL - Bart Van den Bempt (Belgique / Belgium)

 YAM DAM - Vivian Goffette (Belgique / Belgium)

 LA FILLE DU MARTIN/ THE MARTIN GIRL - Samuel Thivierge (Canada)

 RESSAC / RIPTIDE - Pascale Ferland (Canada)

 THE FALLING FEATHER /LA PLUME QUI TOMBE- Wang Yi (Chine / China)

 PUERTO PADRE / PORT FATHER - Gustavo Fallas (Costa Rica - Mexique / Costa Rica – Mexico)

 SOMOS GENTE HONRADA / HERE'S THE DEAL - Alejandro Marzoa (Espagne / Spain)

 TAJ MAHAL - Danesh Eghba Shavi (Iran)

 SHABLULIM BA'GESHEM / LE JARDIN DES ARBRES MORTS / SNAILS IN THE RAIN - Yariv Mozer (Israël)

 L'AMORE È IMPERFETTO / L'AMOUR EST IMPARFAIT / LOVE IS NOT PERFECT - Francesca Muci (Italie / Italy)

 VIR / TOURBILLON / THE WHIRLPOOL - Bojan Vuk Kosovcevic (Serbie / Serbia)

 IN ZEHN TAGEN BIN ICH TOT / DANS DIX JOURS/ JE SERAI MORT / IN TEN DAYS I'LL BE DEAD - Aurelio Galfetti. (Suisse / Switzerland)

 LEFT FOOT RIGHT FOOT - Germinal Roaux (Suisse - France / Switzerland – France)

 EVE DÖNÜS SARIKAMIS 1915 / LE LONG CHEMIN VERS LA MAISON / THE LONG WAY HOME - Alphan Eseli (Turquie / Turkey)

 GÖL ZAMANI / LE TEMPS DU LAC / TIME OF THE LAKE - Cafer Özgül (Turquie / Turkey)

 AT MIDDLETON - Adam Rodgers (USA)

 LA DISTANCIA MAS LARGA/ LE CHEMIN LE PLUS LONG / THE LONGEST DISTANCE - Claudia Pinto Emperador. (Venezuela - Espagne / Venezuela – Spain)

 

HORS CONCOURS – Longs métrages

WORLD GREATS – Feature films

 LUDWIG II - Peter Sehr & Marie Noelle. (Allemagne / Germany)

 MARINA - Stijn Coninx (Belgique / Belgium)

 FALL OF MING /LA CHUTE DE LADYNASTIE MING - Wang Jing (Chine / China)

 AVALOKITESVARA - Zhang Xin. (Chine / China)

 CI YE /LA BALLE FATALE/ THE DEADLY BULLET - Ren Pengyuan (Chine / China)

 ADORE - Anne Fontaine (France - Australie / France – Australia)

 LA RELIGIEUSE / THE NUN - Guillaume Nicloux (France - Allemagne - Belgique / France - Germany – Belgium)

 CAMILLE CLAUDEL 1915 - Bruno Dumont (France)

 KIYOSU KAIGI /LA CONFÉRENCE DE KIYOSU/ THE KIYOSU CONFERENCE - Koki Mitani (Japon / Japan)

 UROKI GARMONII / LEÇONS D'HARMONIE / HARMONY LESSONS - Emir Baigazin (Kazakhstan - Allemagne / Kazakhstan – Germany)

 DARK BLOOD - George Sluizer (Pays-Bas / Netherlands)

 3x3D - Peter Greenaway, Jean-Luc Godard, Edgar Pêra (Portugal)

 DONŠAJNI / DON JUAN / THE DON JUANS - Jirí Menzel (République tchèque / Czech Republic)

 

CINÉMA CORÉEN D’AUJOURD.HUI – Longs métrages

KOREAN CINEMA OF TODAY – Feature films

 MAI RATIMA - Ji-Tae Yoo. (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 BUN-NO-UI YUL-LI-HAK / UNE LEÇON D'ÉTHIQUE / AN ETHICS LESSON - Myung-rang Park (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 JISEUL - O Muel (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 NUNA / A BOY'S SISTER - Won-sik Lee (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 NAMYEONG-DONG 1985 / SÉCURITÉ NATIONALE / NATIONAL SECURITY - Ji-young Chung (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 KASHI-GGOT / FATAL - Don-ku Lee (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 DON KUERAI MAMI / NE PLEURE PAS/ MAMAN / DON'T CRY/ MOMMY - Yong-han Kim (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 SUM-BA-GGOK-JIL / CACHE-CACHE / HIDE N SEEK - Han-uk Lee (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 MY PAPAROTTI - Jong-chan Yoon (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 Jury - Dong-ho Kim (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 

CINÉMA CORÉEN D’AUJOURD.HUI – Courts métrages

KOREAN CINEMA OF TODAY – Short films

 Suddenly Last Summer - Hee-il Leesong (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 Sa-rang-eui Myo-yak / Love Potion - Hyun-kyu Kim (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 It's Okay! Kyi-il Hwang (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 Oneul-ui-jeon-yeok / Dinner - Hyun-seok Shim (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 Creative Masturbation - Jung-soo Kang (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 Choongshim/ Soso - Jung-in Kim (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 Big Daddy - Sang-hyun Moon (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 Toh-ki Ga-Bang / A Rabbit Bag - Jae-ick So (Corée du Sud / South Korea)

 

 

REGARDS SUR LES CINÉMAS DU MONDE – Longs métrages

FOCUS ON WORLD CINEMA – Feature films

 WAJMA/ AN AFGHAN LOVE STORY - Barmak Akram (Afghanistan - France / Afghanistan – France)

 ADIEU PARIS - Franziska Buch (Allemagne - Luxembourg - France / Germany - Luxembourg – France)

 45 MINUTES TO RAMALLAH / 45 MINUTES POUR RAMALLAH - Ali Samadi Ahadi (Allemagne / Germany)

 FRÄULEIN ELSE / ELSE - Anna Martinetz (Allemagne - Autriche - Inde / Germany - Austria – India)

 LOVE STEAKS - Jakob Lass (Allemagne / Germany)

 HANNAS REISE / LE VOYAGE D'HANNA / HANNA'S JOURNEY - Julia von Heinz (Allemagne - Israël / Germany – Israel)

 MEINE SCHWESTERN / MES SOEURS / MY SISTERS - Lars Kraume (Allemagne / Germany)

 NORA - Curtis Burz (Allemagne / Germany)

 NORDSTRAND - Florian Eichinger (Allemagne / Germany)

 SILVI - MAYBE LOVE - Nico Sommer (Allemagne / Germany)

 UMMAH - UNTER FREUNDEN / UMMAH - ENTRE AMIS / UMMAH - AMONG FRIENDS - Cüneyt Kaya (Allemagne / Germany)

 STAUDAMM / LE BARRAGE / THE DAM - Thomas Sieben (Allemagne / Germany

 WOYZECK / THE TRAGEDY OF A SIMPLE MAN - Nuran David Calis (Allemagne / Germany)

 WAKOLDA - Lucía Puenzo (Argentine / Argentina)

 LOS DUEÑOS / LES PROPRIÉTAIRES / THE OWNERS - Agustin Toscano, Ezequiel Radusky(Argentine / Argentina)

 LA BOMBA / LA BOMBE / THE BOMB - Sergio Bizzio (Argentine / Argentina)

 SOLA CONTIGO / SEULE AVEC TOI / ALONE WITH YOU - Alberto Lecchi (Argentine - Espagne / Argentina – Spain)

 BRASSERIE ROMANTIEK / BRASSERIE ROMANTIQUE - Joël Vanhoebrouck (Belgique / Belgium)

 A MEMORIA QUE ME CONTAM / A MEMORIA QUE ME CONTAM / MEMORIES THEY TOLD ME - Lucia Murat (Brésil - Chili - Argentine / Brazil - Chile – Argentina)

 MUNDO INVISÍVEL / LE MONDE INVISIBLE / INVISIBLE WORLD - Theo Angelopoulos, Guy Maddin, Marco Bechis, Manoel de Oliveira, Laís Bodanzky, Gian Vittorio Baldi, Maria de Medeiros, Beto Brant, Cisco Vásquez, Jerzy Stuhr, Wim Wenders, Atom Egoyan (Brésil / Brazil)

 LA VOIX DE L'OMBRE/ THE VOICE OF THE SHADOW - Annie Molin Vasseur (Canada)

 A FISH STORY / ENTRE DEUX EAUX - Matt Birman (Canada)

 TWICE / DEUX FOIS - Simon Winterson (Canada)

 A GUN & A RING / UN PISTOLET ET UNE BAGUE - Lenin M. Sivam (Canada - Sri Lanka)

 LONG GONE DAY - Jon Dietcher (Canada)

 RÉDEMPTION - Joel Gauthier (Canada)

 ALGONQUIN - Jonathan Hayes (Canada)

 SOLO - Isaac Cravit (Canada)

 L'EFFET - Jocelyn Langlois (Canada)

 LOOKING IS THE ORIGINAL SIN - Gail Harvey (Canada)

 STANDSTILL / IMPASSE - Majdi El-Omari (Canada)

 LA PASIÓN DE MICHELANGELO/ THE PASSION OF MICHELANGELO - Esteban Larrain (Chili / Chile)

 DEAD SIGN /LA MAUDITE DE MORT- Hui Liu (Chine / China)

 HUSHED ROAR - Xiao Feng (Chine / China)

 THE BLINDING SUNLIGHT / L'ÉBLOUISSEMENT DU SOLEIL - Yu Lui (Chine / China)

 A LIFE FULL OF LOVE / UNE VIE D'AMOUR - ZhanJun An (Chine / China)

 PHILOMIRROPHOBIA II - Yuke Qin (Chine / China)

 FALLEN CITY - Huang Hong (Chine / China)

 ROA - Andrés Baiz (Colombie - Argentine / Colombia – Argentina)

 EL EFECTO K. EL MONTADOR DE STALIN / L'EFFET K. LE MONTEUR DE STALINE / THE K EFFECT. STALIN'S EDITOR - Valenti Figueres (Espagne / Spain)

 15 AÑOS Y UN DIA / 15 ANS + 1 JOUR / 15 YEARS + 1 DAY - Gracia Querejeta (Espagne / Spain)

 DIAMANTES NEGROS / DIAMANTS NOIRS / BLACK DIAMONDS - Miguel Alcantud (Espagne - Portugal - Mali / Spain - Portugal – Mali)

 STOCKHOLM - Rodrigo Sorogoyen (Espagne / Spain)

 FILL DE CAIN / FILS DE CAÏN / SON OF CAIN - Jesus Monllao Plana (Espagne / Spain)

 FÉNIX 11.23 - Joel Joan, Sergi Lara (Espagne / Spain)

 TODAS LA MUJERES / TOUTES LES FEMMES / ALL THE WOMEN - Mariano Barroso (Espagne / Spain)

 LÄRJUNGEN / LE DISCIPLE / THE DISCIPLE - Ulrika Bengts (Finlande / Finland)

 12 ANS D'ÂGE / 60 GOING ON 12 - Frédéric Proust (France)

 L'ÉTOILE DU JOUR / MORNING STAR - Sophie Blondy (France)

 LA BRACONNE - Samuel Rondiere (France)

 LA VIE DOMESTIQUE/ DOMESTIC LIFE - Isabelle Czajka (France)

 LE BONHEUR / HAPPINESS - Fabrice Grange (France)

 EN RETARD POUR L'ENTERREMENT DE MA MÈRE / LATE FOR MY MOTHER'S FUNERAL - Penny Allen (France - Algérie / France – Algeria)

 JEUNESSE / YOUTH - Justine Malle (France)

 LE SENS DE L'HUMOUR / SENSE OF HUMOUR - Marilyne Canto (France)

 COMA / BESPREDEL / DÉSORDRE / DISORDER - Archil Kavtaradze (Géorgie / Georgia)

 TO DENTRO KAI I KOUNIA / L'ARBRE ET LA BALANÇOIRE / THE TREE AND THE SWING - Maria Douza( Grèce - Serbie / Greece – Serbia)

 O EHTHROS MOU / L'ENNEMI INTÉRIEUR / THE ENEMY WITHIN - Yorgos Tsemberopoulos )Grèce / Greece)

 PAPILIO BUDDHA / BOUDDHA PAPILIO - Jayan Cherian (Inde - USA / India – USA)

 FILMISTAN - Nitin Kakkar (Inde / India)

 CHITTAGONG - Bedabrata Pain (Inde / India)

 MONSOON SHOOTOUT - Amit Kumar (Inde / India)

 SOMETHING IN THE WAY - Teddy Soeriaatmadja (Indonésie / Indonesia)

 BARG RIZAN / FALLING LEAVES / FALLING LEAVES - Ali Jaberansari (Iran - Royaume-Uni / Iran - United Kingdom)

 INJA HAME CHIZ KHOOB AST/ ICI TOUT EST BON / EVERYTHING IS FINE HERE - Pourya Azarbayjan (Iran)

 AZ TEHRAN TA BEHESHT / DE TÉHÉRAN AU CIEL / FROM TEHRAN TO HEAVEN - Abolfazl Saffary (Iran - Allemagne / Iran – Germany)

 RUN & JUMP - Steph Green (Irlande - Allemagne / Ireland – Germany)

 PLASTALINA / FRAGILE / FRAGILE - Vidi Bilu (Israël)

 PANTER LAVAN / PANTHÈRE BLANCHE / WHITE PANTHER - Danni Reisfeld (Israël)

 ELA CHIAMANO ESTATE/ AND THEY CALL IT SUMMER - Paolo Franchi (Italie / Italy)

 AMOREODIO / LOVEHATE - Cristian Scardigno (Italie / Italy)

 ANGELO BIANCO - IL RAGIONIERE DELLA MAFIA / LES MESSIEURS / THE MAFIA ACCOUNTANT - Federico Rizzo (Italie / Italy)

 BIANCA COME IL LATTE/ ROSSA COME IL SANGUE / BLANCHE COMME LE LAIT/ ROUGE COMME LE SANG / AS WHITE AS MILK/ AS RED AS BLOOD - Giacomo Campiotti (Italie / Italy)

 CI VEDIAMO DOMANI / ON SE VOIT DEMAIN / SEE YOU TOMORROW - Andrea Zaccariello (Italie / Italy)

 LOST IN LAOS - Alessandro Zunino (Italie / Italy)

 VIAGGIO SOLA / A FIVE STAR LIFE - Maria Sole Tognazzi (Italie / Italy)

 UN GIORNO DEVI ANDARE / UN JOUR VIENDRA / THERE WILL COME A DAY - Giorgio Diritti (Italie / Italy)

 BOTCHAN / BOZO - Tatsushi Omori (Japon / Japan)

 HAKO IRI MUSUKO NO KOI / L'AMOUR AVEUGLE / BLINDLY IN LOVE - Masahide Ichii (Japon / Japan)

 JUDAS - Izumi Ohtomi (Japon / Japan)

 CASE OF KYOKO CASE OF SHUICHI / KYOKO SHUICHI: DEUX HISTOIRES - Eiji Okuda (Japon / Japan)

 SHANIDAR NO HANA /LA FLEUR DE SHANIDAR/ THE FLOWER OF SHANIDAR - Gakuryu Ishii (Japon / Japan)

 KYOAKU /LA VOIE DU DIABLE/ THE DEVIL'S PATH - Kazuya Shiraishi (Japon / Japan)

 SHIJUKUNICHI NO RECIPE / RECETTE DE DEUIL / MOURNING RECIPE - Yuki Tanada (Japon / Japan)

 ASFOURI - Fouad Alaywan (Liban - UAE / Lebanon – UAE)

 APASIONADO PANCHO VILLA / PASSIONNÉ PANCHO VILLA / AMOROUS PANCHO VILLA - Juan Andres Bueno, Lourdes Deschamps (Mexique / Mexico)

 WORKERS - José Luis Valle (Mexique - Allemagne / Mexico – Germany)

 INERCIA / INERTIE - Isabel Muñoz Cota Callejas (Mexique / Mexico)

 LEVANTAMUERTOS / DEBOUT LES MORTS / DEATH STROKES - Miguel Nuñez (Mexique / Mexico)

 NOSOTROS LOS NOBLES / NOUS LES NOBLES / THE NOBLE FAMILY - Gaz Alazraki (Mexique / Mexico)

 EVENTYRLAND / IT'S ONLY MAKE BELIEVE - Arild Østin Ommundsen (Norvège / Norway)

 NUWEBE / TERMITARIA - Joseph Israel Laban (Philippines)

 GABRIEL - Mikolaj Haremski (Pologne / Poland)

 QUARTA DIVISAO / FOURTH PRECINCT - Joaquim Leitão (Portugal)

 LE WEEKEND / DIRTY WEEKEND - Christopher Granier-Deferre (Royaume-Uni - France / United Kingdom – France)

 SOMMARSTÄLLET /LA MAISON D'ÉTÉ/ THE SUMMER HOUSE - Marcus Werner Hed (Suède - Royaume-Uni / Sweden - United Kingdom)

 DEN SOM SÖKER / CRESTFALLEN - Johan Lundh (Suède / Sweden)

 SHÉHÉRAZADE - Nacer Khemir (Tunisie)

 SOGUK / FROID / COLD - Ugur Yücel (Turquie / Turkey)

 ACLIGA DOYMAK / FULL OF HUNGER - Zubeyr Sasmaz (Turquie / Turkey)

 LUBY MENE / SEV BENI / AIME-MOI / LOVE ME - Maryna Er Gorbach, Mehmet Bahadir Er (Ukraine - Turquie / Ukraine – Turkey)

 TANTA AGUA / TANT D'EAU / SO MUCH WATER - Ana Guevara, Leticia Jorge (Uruguay - Mexique - Allemagne - Pays-Bas / Uruguay - Mexico - Germany – Netherlands)

 STAND CLEAR OF THE CLOSING DOORS - Sam Fleischner (USA)

 LILY - Matt Creed (USA)

 AZUL Y NO TAN ROSA / BLUE AND NOT SO PINK - Miguel Ferrari (Venezuela - Espagne / Venezuela – Spain)

 

REGARDS SUR LES CINÉMAS DU MONDE – Courts métrages

FOCUS ON WORLD CINEMA – Short films

 Die Toteninsel - La Isla de los muertos / L'Ile des morts / Isle of the Dead - Vuk Jevremovic (Allemagne - Espagne / Germany – Spain)

 The Little Red Paper Ship - Aleksandra Zareba (Allemagne - Pologne / Germany – Poland)

 Hiob - Marco Gadge (Allemagne / Germany)

 Sein Kampf - Jakob Zapf (Allemagne / Germany)

 Bahar im Wunderland / Bahar au pays des merveilles / Bahar in Wonderland - Behrooz Karamizade (Allemagne / Germany)

 The Firebird/ L'Oiseau de feu - Antonis Tsonis (Australie / Australia)

 Pablo's Villa / La Villa de Pablo - Matthew Salleh (Australie / Australia)

 Tau Seru / Petit champ jaune / Small Yellow Field - Rodd Rathjen (Australie - Inde / Australia – India)

 Norman - Robbe Vervaeke (Belgique / Belgium)

 Perfect Drug - Toon Aerts (Belgique / Belgium)

 Xe tai cua bo / Le Camion de mon père / My Father's Truck - Mauricio Osaki (Brésil - Vietnam  / Brazil – Vietnam)

 Hold My Breath / Retiens mon souffle - Alexandre Da Sylva (Canada)

 Lemon / Citron - Mark Korven (Canada)

 The Last Round - Ted Atherton (Canada)

 Béatrice Coron's Daily Battles - James Stewart (Canada)

 Foxed! James Stewart (Canada)

 Ruta 66 - Roger Otis (Canada)

 Little Brother - Cyrus Saidi, Gautam Pinto (Canada)

 Another Man - Leah Johnston (Canada)

 XircaNoX - Iriz Pääbo (Canada)

 Cinephile - Mark Wihak (Canada)

 Kimchi Fried Dumplings - Jason Karman (Canada)

 Home - Paul Hasick (Canada)

 Every Door, Every Floor - Stash Capar (Canada)

 9 Types of Ice - Simon Winterson, Michael Ripley (Canada)

 Jason's Dad / Le Père de Jason - Matthew Campea (Canada)

 House of the Gathering - James Anthony Usas (Canada)

 Il fait beau aujourd'hui / It's Beautiful Today - Junna Chif (Canada)

 30-Love - RichardStark. (Canada)

 The Marvelous Girl - Johnny Vong (Canada)

 Mr. Spontaneous / Monsieur Spontané - Steven Cerritos (Canada)

 Side Effects - Roberto Pires (Canada)

 Momsters Playground - Stephen Roscoe (Canada_

 Bar None /  /  / Clé Bennett. / Canada

 Cell From Hell episode 1 One Helluva Night - Tristan Tondino, Joséanne Brunelle (Canada)

 Truths and Liars - Anne Kmetyko (Canada)

 Norma Jeane & the Tropic of Cancer - Joshua Demers (Canada)

 Brunch Bitch - Hannah Cheesman (Canada)

 Leave Us Alone - Nicholas Treeshin (Canada)

 Gingerbread House - Mathieu Charest (Canada)

 Ondek - Louis-Martin Charest (Canada)

 Elevator - Kim Barr (Canada)

 Soup of the Day / La soupe du jour - Lynn Smith (Canada)

 The Count's Mabel - Dale Wolfe (Canada)

 Honeymoon Suite / Suite lune de miel - Zao Wang (Chine / China)

 Ljepotan / Prettyboy - Sasa Ban (Croatie / Croatia)

 I Love YU - Irena Skoric (Croatie / Croatia)

 Though I Know the River is Dry - Omar Robert Hamilton (Égypte - Territoires palestiniens - Qatar / Egypt - Palestinian Territories – Qatar)

 Pequeño bloque de cemento con pelo alborotado conteniendo el mar / Petit bloc de ciment avec cheveux ébouriffés contenant la mer / Little Block of Cement With Disheveled Hair Containing the Sea - Jorge López Navarrete (Espagne - Équateur / Spain – Ecuador)

 You Are A Terrorist - Antoni Solé (Espagne / Spain)

 El Paraguas de colores / Le Parapluie arc-en-ciel / The Colored Umbrella - Edu Cardoso (Espagne / Spain)

 Aniversari / Anniversaire / Anniversary - Anna Petrus (Espagne / Spain)

 Au-delà de l'hiver / After the Winter - Jow Zhi Wei (France - Singapour - Taïwan / France - Singapore – Taiwan)

 En Équipe / As a Team - Steve Achiepo (France)

 Entre lui et moi / Betweem Him and I - Olivier Dujols (France)

 À pas de loup / On Tiptoe - Vanessa Santullo (France)

 37°4 S - Adriano Valerio (France)

 Suzanne - Wilfried Méance (France)

 Ceteris Paribus - Jean-Baptiste Dusséaux (France)

 Last Call - Camille Delamarre (France)

 Trois petits dés / Three Small Dice - Quentin Montant (France)

 La Lampe au beurre de yak / Butter Lamp - Hu Wei (France - Chine / France – China)

 Le Maillot de bain / The Swimming Trunks - Mathilde Bayle (France)

 Újratervezés / Mon guide / My Guide - Barnabás Tóth (Hongrie / Hungary)

 Shri Hanuman Chalisa / Forty Hymns of Faith - Charuvi Agrawal (Inde / India)

 Bishtar az do saat / Plus de deux heures / More Than Two Hours - Ali Asgari (Iran)

 Hvalfjörður / Le Fjorddes baleines / Whale Valley - Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson (Islande - Danemark / Iceland – Denmark)

 Ein Rehov Kaze / Cette rue n'existe pas / No Such Street - Yonatan Peretz (Israël)

 Rhizome - Masahiro Ohsuka (Japon / Japan)

 Horizon - Zain Duraie (Jordanie / Jordan)

 Le Projectionniste - Najat Jellab ( Maroc - Canada / Morocco – Canada)

 Hermanas / Soeurs / Sisters - Cristina Kotz Cornejo (Mexique - USA / Mexico – USA)

 Electrodoméstico / Home Appliance - Erik de Luna (Mexique / Mexico)

 Blankets - Louise Leitch (Nouvelle-Zélande / New Zealand)

 Planète rouge / Red Planet - Carlos Ciurlizza (Pérou - USA / Peru – USA)

 Pagpag / The Refuse - John Paul Su (Philippines – USA)

 The Big Leap - Kristoffer Rus (Pologne - Suède / Poland – Sweden)

 Mi Corazón - Marielle Woods (Porto Rico - USA / Puerto Rico – USA)

 Tuns Ras si Frezat / À demi-rasé / Half Shaved - Bogdan Muresanu (Roumanie / Romania)

 The Equestrian / Le Cavalier - Sybil H. Mair (Royaume-Uni / United Kingdom)

 Cold Warrior - Emily Greenwood (Royaume-Uni / United Kingdom)

 Penelope - Dan Susman (Royaume-Uni / United Kingdom)

 Are You Proud of Me? Shadab Omar (Royaume-Uni / United Kingdom)

 The Other Man -David Raymond (Royaume-Uni - USA / United Kingdom – USA)

 Say Nothing - Roland Kennedy (Royaume-Uni / United Kingdom)

 I Missed My Mother's Funeral - Ben Quinn (Royaume-Uni - Australie - Nouvelle-Zélande / United Kingdom - Australia - New Zealand)

 Detour - Michael Kam (Singapour / Singapore)

 Spel / Jeux / Gaming - Ylva Forner (Suède / Sweden)

 Hunters - Michaël Rué (Suisse / Switzerland)

 The Smortlybacks - Ted Sieger, Wouter Dierickx (Suisse - Chine / Switzerland – China)

 Un Sospiro Enchanted - Kris Wang (Taïwan)

 Pepûk - Özkan Küçük (Turquie / Turkey)

 Mobile Homes - Vladimir de Fontenay (USA)

 Common - Nicholas Ryan Campbell (USA)

 The Pick Up - Isa Totah (USA)

 Alaska is a Drag - Shaz Bennett (USA)

 Let It Ring - Aleksandra Szczepanowska. Jean Luc Ormieres (USA)

 Neitzsche Ate Here - Matt Starr (USA)

 Ouverture - Bracey Smith (USA)

 Love and Skin - Virginia Cassavetes (USA)

 Red Light & Green Wine - Vasco Xu (USA - Chine / USA – China)

 The Prisoner - Mahmoud Shoolizadeh (USA)

 The Painter - Kevin Cooper (USA)

 In the Shadow of the Water Tower - Lewis Smithingham (USA – Canada)

 Riddle of the Black Cat - Jonathan Rinzler (USA)

 Ta - Kunlakan Mamber (USA - Thaïlande / USA – Thailand)

 Ash / Cendre - Yasmina Hatem (USA - Liban / USA – Lebanon)

 Disgrace - J. Casey Modderno (USA)

 Tempo Adagio - Alcione Guerrero (Venezuela)

 Flamingo - Carl Zitelmann (Venezuela)

 

DOCUMENTAIRES DU MONDE (longs et moyens métrages)

DOCUMENTARIES OF THE WORLD (feature and medium-length films)

 OUTSIDER - Sean Drummond (Afrique du Sud  / South Africa)

 LIGHT AND DARK - Paulene Abrey (Afrique du Sud  / South Africa)

 CAFÉ TA'AMON, KING-GEORGE-STREET, JERUSALEM - Michael Teutsch (Allemagne / Germany)

 DIE FAMILIE / LA FAMILLE / THE FAMILY - Stefan Weinert (Allemagne / Germany)

 WAGNERWAHN /LA FOLIE WAGNER/ THE WAGNER FILES - Ralf Pleger (Allemagne / Germany)

 DER COLÓN RING - WAGNER IN BUENOS AIRES / LE THÉÂTRE COLÓN - WAGNER À BUENOS AIRES / THE COLÓN RING - WAGNER IN BUENOS AIRES - Hans Christoph von Bock. (Allemagne - Autriche - Argentine / Germany - Austria – Argentina)

 DER BAUER UN SEIN PRINZ / LE PAYSAN ET SON PRINCE / THE FARMER AND HIS PRINCE - Bertram Verhaag. (Allemagne / Germany)

 MEIN WEG NACH OLYMPIA / MEIN WEG NACH OLYMPIA / MY WAY TO OLYMPIA - Niko von Glasow (Allemagne / Germany)

 SEX - MADE IN GERMANY - Sonia Kennebeck. Tina Soliman (Allemagne / Germany)

 ZUM SCHWEIGEN GEBRACHT - GEORGI MARKOV UND DER REGENSCHIRM-MORD / SILENCED - GEORGI MARKOV AND THE UMBRELLA MURDER - Klaus Dexel. (Allemagne - Bulgarie / Germany – Bulgaria)

 HAPPY EVERYDAY: PARK LIFE IN CHINA - Peter O'Donoghue (Australie - Chine / Australia – China)

 KINSHASA MBOKA TÉ / KINSHASA, SACRÉ PAYS / KINSHASA, WICKED LAND - Douglas Ntimasiemi (Belgique - République démocratique du Congo / Belgium - Democratic Republic of Congo)

 CIDADE CINZA /LA CITÉ GRISE/ GREY CITY - Marcelo Mesquita, Guilherme Valiengo (Brésil / Brazil)

 MABINA MABOKO -LA DANSE DES MAINS/ MABINA MABOKO - DANCE OF HANDS - André St-Pierre (Canada - République démocratique du Congo / Canada - Democratic Republic of Congo)

 YIDDISH: A TALE OF SURVIVAL / YIDDISH/ UNE HISTOIRE DE SURVIE - Abigail Hirsch (Canada)

 WHATEVER YOU WISH - Siu Ta (Canada)

 ABSENCES - Carole Laganière (Canada)

 LA LANGUE À TERRE - Jean-Pierre Roy, Michel Breton (Canada)

 THE TALE OF AN PHUC HOUSE - Ivan Tankushev (Canada - Vietnam  / Canada – Vietnam)

 CITIZEN MARC - Roger Evan Larry (Canada)

 AN YAHOUD MASR / LES JUIFS D'ÉGYPTE / JEWS OF EGYPT - Amir Ramses (Égypte / Egypt)

 BAJARI, GYPSY BARCELONA - Eva Vila Puntí (Espagne / Spain)

 A COMMON ENEMY / UN ENNEMI COMMUN - Jaime Otero (Espagne - Tunisie / Spain – Tunisia)

 LA JEUNESSE A-T-ELLE UNE HISTOIRE? Jacques Royer (France)

 ENFANTS DE SOURDS / CHILDREN OF THE DEAF - Marie-Eve Nadeau (France)

 DE CHAIR ET DE LAIT / MEAT AND MILK - BernardBloch (France)

 STOP ÀLA GRÈCE EN SLIP- Brigitte Roüan (France)

 L'EXCELLENCE ET LE DOUTE / EXCELLENCE AND DOUBT - Paule Muxel, Bertrand de Solliers (France)

 AKHARIN KOUCH /LA DERNIÈRE MIGRATION/ THE LAST MIGRATION - Fereydoun Najafi (Iran)

 CELLO TALES - Anne Schiltz (Luxembourg)

 BAJO TORTURA / SOUS LA TORTURE / UNDER TORTURE - Cristina Juárez Zepeda (Mexique / Mexico)

 THE SPIRIT OF '45 - Ken Loach (Royaume-Uni / United Kingdom)

 BENIM ÇOCUGUM / MON ENFANT / MY CHILD - Can Candan (Turquie / Turkey)

 CASABLANCA MON AMOUR - John Slattery (USA - Maroc / USA – Morocco)

 ABBAS KIAROSTAMI: A REPORT / ABBAS KIAROSTAMI: UN RAPPORT - Bahman Maghsoudlou (USA)

 THROUGH THE HEART OF TANGO / AU COEUR DU TANGO - Raymond Martino (USA)

 MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT - Vincent Straggas (USA - Ouganda / USA – Uganda)

 A CINEMA OF DISCONTENT - Jamsheed Akrami (USA)

 

DOCUMENTAIRES DU MONDE (courts métrages)

DOCUMENTARIES OF THE WORLD (short films)

 Graveurs d'images / Etched in Skin - Anne Kmetyko (Canada)

The War Photographers / Les Photographes de guerre - Steven Kochones (USA)

 Margo - Frank Stiefel (USA)

 

HOMMAGE À KATHLEEN TURNER / TRIBUTE TO KATHLEEN TURNER

BODY HEAT – Lawrence Kasdan

HOMMAGE À MICHEL CUSSON / TRIBUTE TO MICHEL CUSSON

 OMERTA - Luc Dionne.

 

PRODUCTIONS DE L’INIS

INIS PRODUCTIONS

 Mauvaise herbe - Francis Fortin (Canada)


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