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UNITED STATES | 116 minutes | 2011
Curtis LaForche, a likeable family man mired in depression, is haunted by apocalyptic visions. His friends and his family history lead him to think he should get help, but he can’t stop himself from working on the bunker in his backyard. The second feature by Jeff Nichols, Take Shelter is a deep dive into eco-anxiety – before the term gained popular currency – and the difficulty of addressing the environmental catastrophe without indulging in climate-change denial or descending into madness. The film, built on breathtaking images, sparked a new round of environmental debate.The screening will be introduced by Luc Ferrandez and followed by a discussion about eco-anxiety with Laure Waridel (eco-sociologist, co-founder of Équiterre, writer and speaker).Presented by URBANIA
Grand Prize & FIPRESCI awards - Cannes Critics' Week
Sundance Film Festival
An Australian couple heads out for a camping trip in an idyllic spot. They’re neurotic, egotistical urbanites, who can find nothing better to do than...
AUSTRALIA | 97 minutes | 1978
In April 1961, with John F. Kennedy in the White House and the Cold War ramping up, a Canadian government agent arrives in Kapuivik, north Baffin Island....
NUNAVUT, QUéBEC, CANADA | 103 minutes | 2019
Human activities have rendered the Earth uninhabitable, and the last remnants of forest are preserved aboard spaceships – a bit like Noah’s Ark....
UNITED STATES | 89 minutes | 1972
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