The Wild Bunch
| 80 minutes | 2016
The beautiful if complicated love story between an invisible boy and a blind girl. A phantasmagorical fairytale or the sensitive reappropriation of a sublime sensibility. What does it mean to see when love is pure? If Terrence Malick were to direct a fantasy tearjerker, bizarrely allegorical and loaded with eroticism, the result would probably be Mon ange. Nothing if not a challenge, filming the invisible in every sense of the word... Narrative simplicity as a way of rediscovering the magic of cinema.CANADIAN PREMIERE
A cannibalism tale set around a Vietnamese KFC. Grotesque, absurd, allegorical — and hilariously disturbing. Vietnam isn’t known for its cannibals —...
VIETNAM | 80 minutes | 2016
Landmark restoration of a masterpiece of Spaghetti Western. The 50th anniversary of a cult film revered and fetishized by Tarantino and Alex Cox, and with...
ITALY , France | 80 minutes | 1968
A surprisingly contemplative alien invasion film where the visitors are able to eradicate the impact of humans. Strangely utopian. The Japanese filmmaker...
JAPAN | 80 minutes | 2017
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