Experimentation. Transcendence. Rapture.
FRANCE , Japan
| 79 minutes | 2017
While Manivel appears to have changed his stripes, his sense of poetry remains untouched in this film that screened at the Venice Festival. After two works of singular charm (Un jeune poète and Le Parc), Manivel heads to Japan: a clear choice for a director known for his sub- tlety and delicacy. Co-directed with Kohei Igarashi, The Night I Swam is set in the snowy mountains. A little boy gets up in the middle of the night, straying off the path toward the city...IN COMPETITION
In keeping with her poetic aesthetic and experimental approach, Abigail Child’s collage-essay on anarcho-feminist Emma Goldman explores the revolutionary...
UNITED STATES | 79 minutes | 2017
From the directors of The Wound comes an essay set in the Calais Jungle. A primitive, epic film and a no-holds-barred tribute to a community that commands...
FRANCE | 79 minutes | 2016
For this first feature, cult artist Bertrand Mandico has created an erotic fantasy with a lush aesthetic and fascinating plot. Five teens are convicted of...
FRANCE | 79 minutes | 2017
Sign-up for our newsletter to get all the latest Festival news!