CURATED SERIES OF MEANINGFUL FILMS
IN FOCUS: FESTIVAL HIGHLIGHTS
Hand-picked selection of film festival favorites
All goes well, life is beautiful, the sun shines and the birds sing. One day, Francois meets Emilie. He still loves his wife and wants to share his new greater happiness with her.
IN FOCUS: FAMILIES, TOGETHER AND APART
Films that portrait how families in the broadest possible sense of the term live in the broadest possible sense of the term
Angela, 12 years old and her three stepsisters around their 30s. All of them, daughters of a charismatic slacker who just died. Angela must find a new home by crossing half of the country with her stepsisters.
Cocote is the story of Alberto, a man who returns to his native town to attend the funeral of his father, murdered by a police. He finds himself attending religious services against his will. The story takes viewers to experience AfroAntillean spirituality.
IN FOCUS: A SPACE BETWEEN US
A curated program that explores coexistence in a community
A young man shows his millionaire grandfather a film based on Moliere's Tartuffe, in order to expose the old man's hypocritical governess.
Home | 2000
Director: Ursula Meier
Set in rural France, the family home of Michel and Marthe fronts on to a little-used highway. One day, the road is freshly asphalted and guard rails are installed, followed by the continuous roar of traffic.
Here and Now/ 2012
Director: Roman Shumunov
A social drama about four young immigrants, living in the slums of Ashdod. Striving to adapt to Israeli society, they form a hip-hop band, aspiring to participate in an international music festival.
IN FOCUS: WEIRD BUT WONDERFUL
A curated program that explores film as an experience
An extremely weird comedy revolving around the life of 31- year-old Abel, who has never left home (literally). After failing with doctors and psychiatrists, Abel's father Victor brings home Christine, a friend, in an attempt to teach Abel basic social skills.