Jackie, Julie Shanny are some of the thousands of Africans that set off to Guangzhou in the hope of making their fortune.
Sahid and Farouk feel trapped in the Città Giardino centre for immigrants, and decide to escape.
One summer, southern France finds itself fighting the invasive Box Tree moth. Meanwhile, Lou, 18, has new feelings for her friend, Sam.
Fred and Akin operate in the urban landscape of Ibadan, Nigeria, in a daily struggle of the survival of the fittest.
Ada is nineteen when she’s assaulted by a friend. The same, grim story, senseless and banal, seen from different angles.
In France, I secretly film conversations with my family in Russia. I learn that my cousin has cancer, and the distance is unbearable.
Anoosh and Arash are the heroes of Tehran's illegal techno scene. But when the chance arises, will they escape their country's repression ?
The chronicle of building a chicken coop on stilts and the life of the chicken run from spring 2011 to the winter of 2012.
Six hundred and twenty-three fragments of silent films and anonymous images. But for me, they’re the crumbs of our feast of beasts.
Nathalie raises sheep in the foothills of the Cevennes. She loves – and eats – her sheep with care and consideration.
Every year, a black cloud of starlings descends on Locarn in Brittany. Powerless, the farmers resign themselves to their fate.
An immersive experience in the company of philosopher David Abram, at the place where humans and animals meet.
Alex, a former FARC guerrilla, describes his experience of the war and its aftermath.
A subjective portrayal of pain, and how to ease it.
The long journey of Mohamed and his companions, driven by hope and expectations, to the Moroccan coast with Europe on the horizon…
Three years with Cédric Herrou, the outlaw who helps migrants in this close-up of the “crime of solidarity”.
Anouchka, a screenwriter, dramatises her last 15 years of alcoholism with her director friend.
A rugby club, matches, tension, rituals… and men together…
A portrait of Judith Butler, one of the most influential gender studies theorists.
Italy, 1957: Sauro and his friends dream of a world of equality, peace and friendship. They take a train to the Soviet Union.
Country Teasers gave us homemade, dissonant country music, provocation, beer and the genius of Ben Wallers.
Pierre Creton, weigher of milk for dairy controls, asks (himself) the question: what’s the difference between humans and animals?
March 1871 – the birth of the Paris Commune. The communards organise themselves; the people express their dreams and indignation.
Pierre and his friend Jean play at making a film together – even after Jean dies…
Greenland’s ice, stones and animals witness the arrival of the scientists who’ve come to study them.
Françoise Lebrun reads Proust to the residents in a Gerontology Centre. Together, they discuss memories of lost time.
A film censored for years, the high point of 1970s activist cinema and a theoretical manifesto for new Moroccan filmmaking.
The journey across Europe made by Pepsi, a rebel, gay, Muslim nurse and Filipina refugee.
In Naples, children gather wood for the St Anthony bonfire. As they await the big day, they hide in “The Secret”.
Marcelo, 40, bares his soul in a very private – and perhaps obscene – psychoanalytical huis clos. (Viewer discretion advised)
Liverpool FC supporters talk about their experience of a tragic event: the 1989 Hillsborough disaster.
From encounter to encounter in a patchwork Brussels.
In the street, a man waves his phone in the air, looks at it, then waves it again. The filmmaker wants to know why.
There’s no electricity at night in Kinshasa’s poor neighbourhoods, but resistance is all pervasive in the gestures, words and sharing.
Theatre, events, performances… ten mischievous Londoners try to wake up the streets of their sleepy town…
The portrait of a New York neighbourhood between Harlem and Upper East Side, and its inhabitants in the 1950s.
Gigi, 17, and Monica, 15, live their love affair as part of a gang that hangs out at Bucharest’s North Station.
Jessica Moss and Efrim Menuck from the band Thee Silver Mt. Zion Memorial Orchestra try to reconcile being parents and musicians.
In 2013, Addai sets off to join a Salafist group in Syria. This film retraces his story.
It can get cold at night on Earth, and some people have to sleep on the streets.
The panels of a visual triptych invest the corridors and apartments of the largest residential complex of Berlin.
On one side of the road, a recently-closed paper mill is being renovated. On the other, an aluminium foundry is still in operation.
Five boys, all gay and seropositive, rise to the challenge of a parachute jump. A funny movie with an infectious energy!
Why do grains of sand sing as they roll over one another in dunes? The researchers do some research…
Built in 1915, the A-Bomb Dome was the only building left standing in the immediate area of the blast in Hiroshima.
The Brazilian elections, October 2018. Back in the polling station, Nereu Afonso da Silva is insulted by a stranger. He describes it.