Tributes — Retrospectives — Films about cinema
QUéBEC, Canada | 82 minutes | 1980
It all happens in one day. A group of men and women are at the bar where a wedding reception was due to take place. The former wait to be served by the latter, who’ve decided that as of now, they do only what they feel like doing. All of the film’s many women share the same desire to break free from the shackles that bind them. In its frontal attack on gender roles and male domination, La cuisine rouge marked a milestone in Quebec cinema. Can a dialogue between the sexes ever be possible?Restored versionQ&A with Paule BaillargeonPresented by Éléphant: mémoire du cinéma québécois
Delphine Seyrig (1932–1990), the actress who embodied intello-chic in films by Demy, Truffaut, Buñuel and Resnais, was deeply committed to women’s...
FRANCE | 68 minutes | 2019
FRANCE | 24 minutes | 2011
At the Canadian National Spelling Bee speller Darryl Nepinak stumbles upon a familiar word.
CANADA | 2 minutes | 2008
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