Hyrde Diama documents the first national cultural festival in Conkary. The film crew captures the parade of nearly 10,000 artists: ballet and dance groups, folk groups and theatrical performances, choirs and orchestras across the country participating in the festival.
Pierre Foret is funny and that is his tragedy. That is also his job, he warms up the audience on a TV set. Pierre Foret is funny but he would rather be good-looking. Or an actor. Or a singer. A matter of credibility. Pierre Foret cannot take it any more. He has not slept in six nights.
A man hangs around an outside a tennis court. On the hard-packed surface, four teenagers play together, then they begin playing with the man a cruel game, from desire and frustration. In the streets by the train station, the man follows at a distance one of the teenagers.
Jana Boková’s 1986 film is a portrait of an intimate group of residents who have taken refuge in a small Parisian hotel. Joseph, an aging actor who visits the hotel every year with his sister Sarah, is trying to stage Camus’ The Fall during a working vacation in the city.
Drawing from Ayi Kwei Armah’s novel, Two Thousand Seasons, Caldwell meditates on reciprocity and on the concept of “I and I” which postulates no division between people, whereas the splitting of “you” from “I” is an invention of the devil designed to brew trouble in the world.
When Neil Platt is diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease at the age of 33, he makes the unusual decision to document his final months, not just in a blog but by inviting a film crew into the home he shares with his tireless wife Louise and toddler son Oscar.
Summer. Marta and Daniele want to get married and so Emma, Marta’s 35-year old best friend, town councillor and paediatrician says she will arrange the ceremony at the small castle that belongs to her husband, Roberto’s family and which he is gradually restoring.