Film events and Master Classes
| 157 minutes | 1964
Classical Japan meets 1960s psychedelia in Kobayashi’s surreal collection of existential ghost stories. Sarah Pagé has composed new scores for Kurokami, Yuki-Onna and Hoichi the Earless, blending traditional shakuhachi and koto with trance-inducing harp and oud, soaring ondomo and menacing electronics. Jason Sharp, Jonah Fortune, Marie-Jo Thério, Michel F. Coté and Sam Shalabi accompany her on this hypnotic journey, which is, without a doubt, the most surprising experience of this 46th edition.Created for the festival's 46th editionPresented by LES FEMMES S'EN MÊLENT
In a class by itself, the cult film poem that is India Song invents “a new way of saying things.”1 Quintessential Durassian cinema. In the languid days...
FRANCE | 157 minutes | 1975
A coming-of-age melodrama about an unconventional love in sun-drenched Italy that screened at the latest Sundance festival. In 1980s Italy, 17-year-old...
ITALY , France , Brazil , United States | 157 minutes | 2017
A visual and musical fusion fuelled with poetic and political solar energy. Our favourite Montreal quartet scores a controversial, erotic, and fantastic...
FRANCE , Canada , Germany | 157 minutes | 1974
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