Tributes — Retrospectives — Films about cinema
QUéBEC, Canada | 96 minutes | 1979
Arriving home from work, Suzanne is raped. The initiator of the NFB’s avant-garde En tant que femmes series, director Anne-Claire Poirier, shakes us with her exposé of a stubborn taboo: rape as a tool of male dominance. A feminist tract, both brutal and necessary, the film is now considered a classic of Quebec cinema. The exceptional narration, somewhere between fiction and mise en abyme, still raises fundamental questions about the subjugation of women’s bodies throughout history.ERRATUM: The film was previously scheduled at 5:00pm in Cinémathèque Principale.In collaboration with Réalisatrices Équitables.
At the Canadian National Spelling Bee speller Darryl Nepinak stumbles upon a familiar word.
CANADA | 2 minutes | 2008
"Two ersatz "Indian warriors" chase a beautiful Indian maiden through the streets of Winnipeg. But she loves Chief Big Bear. Who is the hunter, and who the...
CANADA | 3 minutes | 2008
FRANCE | 17 minutes | 1973
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