Tributes — Retrospectives — Films about cinema
FRANCE | 82 minutes | 1983
During a decisive soccer match, the ref calls a penalty, with the unfortunate result that the local team loses. The furious fans hurl insults at the official from the stands, even going so far as to show up at his house to beat him up. Through this story of mass hysteria, the sardonic French filmmaker delivers a searing condemnation of the worst excesses of human stupidity. À mort l'arbitre ! flamboyantly exposes the dark side of sports and their overexcited fans. In a tale full of twists and turns, Michel Serrault steals every scene as a loony, foul-mouthed and violent soccer fan.Q&A with Carole Laure
By intertwining the destinies of Pauline and Suzanne, two women brought together by a personal crisis, Agnès Varda paints a lively portrait not just of an...
FRANCE | 120 minutes | 1977
A nephew's journey.
CANADA | 3 minutes | 2005
Imagine one day, you wake up and all your friends have disappeared. Friends that were supposed to be there, are not. You look for them everywhere. In all...
FRANCE | 16 minutes | 2017
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