In June 2015, the completion of the National Plan for the Legalization of Foreigners in the Dominican Republic and the anti-Haitian atmosphere surrounding it encouraged some people to speak out. The allusions to a final solution such as the genocide of 1937 shocked many. To ward off this present morbid possibility and to remind people of the past, this short film is a series of testimonials to lives broken, close to one hundred years ago. Children at the time, marked by death, today at the end of their lives, they are passing away one by one in the silence of the executioners.
Poverty, natural disasters, inflation, the rise of unemployment, all reasons that impelled thousands of Haitians to flee their country and look for a better life in the Dominican Republic.This documentary short film brings together the stories of these returnees that the Haitian government has promised to “receive with dignity.”
The first American director to tackle the taboo of drug addiction, Preminger did so with remarkable candour, with Sinatra compelling in the role of an addicted card dealer.
The Donbass mining area is Ukrainian, according to the political atlas, but the Russians do not share this view: after Crimea, the Donbass seems to be inexorably moving towards a Russian-speaking secession.
The conflict between science and magic, human puppets entangled in lies: an unclassifiable film, like Bergman’s reflections on the artist and his masks.
The everyday life of a newly arrived teacher in a small mountain village.
A Japanese girl, haunted by a ritual of calligraphy on her skin, seeks the man who will make her body a living book.
Each month, Anima and Flagey offer up a very animated and always exceptional and unusual programme for inquisitive kids (and their parents).
The tragically short life of Charlie Parker, legendary saxophonist and inventor of bebop.
Three young boys leave their small fishing village to find work in the city.
The reunion of a renowned classical pianist with her eldest daughter, estranged for seven years.
The rivalry between a blind pianist and a self-taught worker, both in love with a young servant girl.
August 1991: a short-lived coup d’état attempts to overthrow Gorbachev and restore communism.
To deliver a parcel to her imprisoned husband, a woman suffers all the rebuffs and humiliations of a corrupt, arbitrary and inhumane bureaucracy.