Contrasting visions of world cinema
BRAZIL | 84 minutes | 2019
Shot between 2016 and 2018 in the run-up to the election of Jair Bolsonaro and premiering at Cannes as part of the festival’s 2019 ACID lineup, Indianara takes us to Casa Nem, a trans, gay and lesbian shelter in Rio de Janeiro. Through violent demonstrations, electoral events, bereavements and pool parties, we follow the charismatic Indianara Siqueira, a modern-day warrior, as she leads her ‘troops’ with an iron will and inexhaustible passion. A powerful, vital work co-directed by Marcelo Barbosa and Aude Chevalier-Beaumel that brings a frightening reality all too vividly to life.CANADIAN PREMIEREIn collaboration with Cinéma sous les étoiles de Funambules Médias and Massimadi."Indianara looks at a charismatic revolutionary fighting for transgender rights in Brazil." Screendaily
ACID - Festival de Cannes
Facing an imminent blizzard, Yazmine, a young homeless woman, has just one goal: survive without compromising her own rules. Prowling the dilapidated...
UNITED STATES | 74 minutes | 2019
Two couples work together in a factory, and each have an only son born on the same day. The two boys grow up as best friends, but a tragic event shatters...
CHINA | 180 minutes | 2019
Pablo is a model of good behaviour. He’s devoted to his wife and two kids, he goes to church regularly, life’s good and the money’s flowing in. When...
FRANCE, GUATEMALA, LUXEMBOURG | 107 minutes | 2019
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