Film events and Master Classes
CANADA , Switzerland
| 100 minutes | 2017
In Bolivia, Nepal, New York and Montreal, prison seen from the point of view of the inmates’ children. It’s a particularly distressing fact of life that most female prisoners are also mothers. When a woman is incarcerated, her child either suffers a gut-wrenching separation or joins her behind bars. What is the daily reality of these children, bereft of their mothers, and what rights do they have? Taking on the role of documentarian, Léa Pool delivers four harrowing, intertwined portraits.
Kim Nguyen builds on his international momentum with a sweeping love story set on two continents in this highly anticipated, lyrical work. From the...
CANADA | 100 minutes | 2017
Certain sick people are stigmatized because medicine doesn’t have any answers for their suffering. Unrest documents the puzzle of chronic fatigue...
UNITED STATES | 100 minutes | 2017
How do we leave a country when we are forced to ? What do we pack in our bags? What are the things that misses us the most ? So many questions that are...
QUEBEC | 100 minutes | 2017
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