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UNITED STATES | 90 minutes | 2019
A surprise hit and audience award winner at the latest Slamdance Festival, and recently shown at the TIFF’s Midnight Madness, The Vast of Night is THE breakout American movie on everyone’s lips. Sometime in the 50s, a telephone operator and a radio DJ in a small New Mexico town discover strange sound waves that might be coded messages from space. An enigmatic fantasy thriller that pays tribute to the paranoid movies of the 50s, its director is already drawing comparisons to Spielberg. Well worth checking out.Q&A with the actress Sierra McCormick on October 15thERRATUM : only the original version in English will be screened"One of the biggest stories of the year in terms of genre film has to be Andrew Patterson’s clever The Vast of Night ..." roger ebert.com"... strong performances and a strong script. To our delight, The Vast of Night, a home-run debut from Andrew Patterson, has both. If you’re into suspense-driven sci-fi that puts story first ..." Film School Rejects"Andrew Patterson conjures a period perplexer of paranormal proportions in his cannily conceived debut feature." The Hollywood Reporter
Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature - Slamdance Film Festival
A high school girl on holidays meets two children of the sea raised by manatees. The three then embark on a big adventure that will connect humans, the...
JAPAN | 111 minutes | 2019
Documentarist Alexandre O. Philippe goes back to the very roots of a film that marked the imagination of an entire generation: Ridley Scott’s Alien...
UNITED STATES | 95 minutes | 2019
Jérem, a looser rapper (the excellent William Lebghil), meets Yves, an intelligent refrigerator. Not only does the machine help him eat better, it soon...
FRANCE | 107 minutes | 2019
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