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Machorka-Muff

Jean-Marie Straub, Danièle Huillet Allemagne de l'Ouest, 1963

29 jours restants
Rétrospective
Straub-Huillet

Suite de notre rétrospective Straub-Huillet avec leur premier long métrage: une adaptation cinglante d’Heinrich Böll. L’histoire remarquable et complexe du film et son style moderniste nous donne une vision de la société allemande d’après-guerre parfois ironique et impitoyable.

Pressing On: The Letterpress Film

Erin Beckloff, Andrew P. Quinn États-Unis, 2016

28 jours restants
The Unusual Subjects

L’art de la typographie et sa beauté machinale et tactile sont à l’honneur dans ce joli documentaire, tout en splendeur et précision. Des interviews de professionnels de ce milieu en déclin et d’élèves intrépides et prêts à sauver cet art, donnent l’image d’un artisanat qui se trouve à un tournant.

Lumière silencieuse

Carlos Reygadas Mexique, 2007

27 jours restants
What Is an Auteur?

Reygadas proved himself one of the most controversial contemporary directors when he won the Jury Prize at Cannes in 2007 with this gorgeous remixing of Dreyer’s Ordet. Weaving the sacred and the profane, the holy and the damned, Silent Light is one of the great modern films on the subject of faith.

Bataille dans le ciel

Carlos Reygadas Mexique, 2005

26 jours restants
What Is an Auteur?

Behold! Art cinema in all its grandeur. If you miss the glory days of lauded, grandiose artists making controversial films with spellbinding visual approaches and headline-grabbing, risqué content, look no further than Mexican visionary Carlos Reygadas and his sophomore vision Battle in Heaven.

Le Projet Nim

James Marsh Royaume-Uni, 2011

25 jours restants
The Unusual Subjects

Winner of the Best World Cinema Documentary award at Sundance, Project Nim affectionately and humorously captures the story of the chimpanzee Nim. Mostly composed of interviews and home movies, the portrait of this experiment, both scientific and social, is as endearing as it is devastating.

Love Education

Sylvia Chang Chine, 2017

24 jours restants
Sommités

Lancement de notre série Luminaries, qui met en valeur les grands réalisateurs du cinéma, avec le dernier opus de la pionnière taïwanaise Sylvia Chang. La scénariste, réalisatrice et actrice, livre un mélodrame riche et nuancé sur le pouvoir de l’amour et du conflit entre générations;

Sacrifices of War

Zhang Yimou Chine, 2011

23 jours restants

In between summer blockbusters, Christian Bale starred in this remarkable historical film from one of Chinese cinema’s finest artists: Zhang Yimou (Hero). The Flowers of War is a tragic revisitation to the Nanking Massacre, told through Zhang’s singularly expressive play with color and emotion.

Cosmos

Andrzej Żuławski France, 2015

22 jours restants
Adaptations

Next in our series devoted to ingenious adaptations is the final film by the ferocious Polish auteur Andrzej Żuławski. He transforms an almost unfilmable book by his fellow countryman Witold Gombrowicz into a clamoring melodrama of tremendous verve and surprise. Read our interview with Żuławski.

Human

Yann Arthus-Bertrand France, 2015

21 jours restants

Collapsing all national borders to unify the world through sweeping collage, this globetrotting documentary immerses us inside the essential questions of humanity that bind us together. From Senegal, to Thailand, to Palestine—Human is a universal exploration of our shared and disparate struggles.

Chronique d'Anna-Magdanela Bach

Danièle Huillet, Jean-Marie Straub Allemagne de l'Ouest, 1967

20 jours restants
Rétrospective
Straub-Huillet

Nous sommes fiers de lancer la première rétrospective en ligne sur les réalisateurs Jean-Marie Straub et Danièle Huillet. Leurs magnifiques films engagés sont des monuments du cinéma moderniste. Nous démarrons par leur biopic atypique de Bach qui exalte superbement sa musique.

Les salauds

Claire Denis France, 2013

19 jours restants
What Is an Auteur?

Claire Denis suit White Material avec ce film particulièrement lugubre, un des films noirs contemporains les plus sombres et dérangeants. Un thriller fascinant et souvent trouble avec Vincent Lindon, Chiara Mastroianni et deux habitués de Claire Denis: Alex Descas et Grégoire Colin.

White Material

Claire Denis France, 2009

18 jours restants
What Is an Auteur?

With her Robert Pattinson-led High Life in theatres, we pay homage to Claire Denis and her marvelous dancing impressionism. For this collaboration with Isabelle Huppert, the director, who grew up in French Africa, returns to her roots for a powerful story about the death throes of white colonialism.

Fugue

Agnieszka Smoczyńska Pologne, 2018

17 jours restants
Les Nouveaux Auteurs

We’re excited to introduce The New Auteurs, a strand dedicated to emerging filmmakers with distinct visions! Smoczyńska’s follow-up to the striking The Lure is a dark tale of amnesia that spirals into a maze of identities while sharply—yet elegantly—questioning the role of women in modern societies.

Sunset Edge

Daniel Peddle États-Unis, 2015

16 jours restants

Un film gothique sur le deuil qui se déroule dans le Sud des Etats-Unis lors d’une nuit post-apocalyptique. Sunset Edge est un indé américain dans la mouvance du Gummo d’Harmony Korine, dans son analyse d’une communauté rurale oubliée. Une vision touchante d’une jeunesse mécontente.

Fatima

Philippe Faucon France, 2015

15 jours restants

The lives of 2 generations of Moroccan immigrants and their complicated transitions into French culture are sensitively expressed in this drama. The timeless struggle between cultural tradition and change is at its center, right alongside a truly inspiring depiction of mother-daughter relationships.

Gloria

Sebastián Lelio Chili, 2013

14 jours restants

Sebastián Lelio’s breakout success is a spinning, invigorating, and heart-warming film which told the world that middle-aged women could be the most complex and touching characters in cinema. This year Lelio re-made his own movie with Julianne Moore, but we adore the enchanting Paulina García.

The Creeping Garden

Tim Grabham, Jasper Sharp Royaume-Uni, 2014

13 jours restants
The Unusual Subjects

The scientific anomaly of slime mold is at the center of this doc which continually spirals outwards, encompassing the topics of art, the universe, and even cinema history. Whether you’re interested in the mystery organism or not, there’s much to discover in this unexpected, philosophical journey.

Les mille et une nuit: volume 3, l'enchanté

Miguel Gomes Portugal, 2015

12 jours restants
Adaptations

Who would have thought austerity measures could trigger such an epic tale of tales? Gomes explores Portugal’s fractures with unmatched originality, sharpness and love—both to his country and to the act (and art) of storytelling. This is the last volume, but we certainly wish it would go on forever.

Les mille et une nuits: volume 2, le désolé

Miguel Gomes Portugal, 2015

11 jours restants
Adaptations

The second installment of Miguel Gomes’ magnum opus is arguably the most melancholic of the three. While the whole trilogy is a unique blend of fine irony, dark humor, blissful fantasy, and fervent commitment to the present, this middle section confirms Arabian Nights as the ultimate political film.

Les mille et une nuits: volume 1, l'Inquiet

Miguel Gomes Portugal, 2015

10 jours restants
Adaptations

We’re kicking off a new series devoted to Adaptations and their multitude of cinematic approaches to pre-existing texts. First up is Miguel Gomes’ triptych vision of modern Portugal told with the inspiration of the timeless folk tales of Arabian Nights. An inventive masterpiece in three parts.

Salut les cubains

Agnès Varda France, 1963

9 jours restants
Adieu Agnès Varda

Agnès Varda’s cinema came in many different shapes, as with this docu-photo-essay: a playful portrait of the island of Cuba through its people, its music, but more importantly through the reforms of the recent revolution. As much an informative historical document as an inventive and sparkling film.

Drift

Helena Wittmann Allemagne, 2017

8 jours restants
Débuts

Helena Wittmann, étudiante de l’auteur de l’Ecole de Berlin Angela Schanelec, nous emmène dans un voyage transcendantal avec Drift: allant d’intérieurs à l’immensité océanique à travers le voyage d’un de ses personnages jusqu’à l’Atlantique. Une aventure cosmique et captivante.

The Fire

Juan Schnitman Argentine, 2015

7 jours restants

Perhaps one of the most intoxicating portraits of the “neither with nor without you” romantic scenario, The Fire is a tale of self-destructive love taking place over the course of 24 hours in Buenos Aires, in which every instant is filled with the utmost intensity and passion. Entrancing.

She-Man: A Story of Fixation

Bob Clark États-Unis, 1967

6 jours restants
byNWR

“Tout indique que la copie originale de She Man reste introuvable, mais ces éléments survivent au temps, il faut simplement fouiller d’autant plus pour les trouver. Cette version HD, remasterisée grâce aux meilleures sources 35mm trouvées, a été nettoyée tout en gardant son look artefact.”-NWR

Jacquot de Nantes

Agnès Varda France, 1991

5 jours restants
Adieu Agnès Varda

We continue our tribute to Agnès Varda with her portrait of director Jacques Demy, her partner of 32 years. Recounting his influences and inspirations, this loving film traces his beginnings as an artist, and constructs its own intertextual relationship between Varda and Demy’s two singular cinemas.

Les plages d'Agnès

Agnès Varda France, 2008

4 jours restants
Adieu Agnès Varda

It breaks our heart to have to pay tribute to Agnès Varda, godmother of the New Wave, prolific auteur, nimble innovator, and constant inspiration as an artist and a person. She was our first retrospective focus, in 2010. We are presenting three special films in homage to that special artist, Agnès.

La vie au ranch

Sophie Letourneur France, 2010

3 jours restants

With her debut feature, Sophie Letourneur brought a refreshing breeze to French cinema by depicting the lives (and parties) of sassy young women. After a long period of rehearsals, and a tight script based on moments she had lived with her own friends, Chicks retains its vivid, strident realism.

Le samouraï noir

Cirio H. Santiago États-Unis, 1978

2 jours restants

The catastrophic sublimity of exploitation cinema is realized in all its’ glory in the infectious Death Force, for which we provide the uncut version of prodigious Philippine action maverick Cirio S. Santiago’s film. Not for those who need their cinema expensive, glossy, or tasteful!

I Hope I'm Loud When I'm Dead

Beatrice Gibson Royaume-Uni, 2018

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Brèves rencontres

Nous sommes ravis de lancer la série Brèves rencontres, coup de projecteur sur de superbes courts métrages récents, avec Beatrice Gibson, récompensée deux fois par un Rotterdam Tiger Award. I Hope I’m Loud est un tourbillon de poésie intime et magnétique comme antidote à la violence.

Flandres

Bruno Dumont France, 2006

Dans les Flandres, Demester partage sa vie entre sa ferme et les balades avec Barbe, son amie d’enfance. Il l’aime secrètement et douloureusement, acceptant d’elle le peu qu’elle lui donne. Avec d’autres jeunes, Demester part comme soldat à la guerre dans un pays lointain.

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