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
Using home movies collected around the world, Gustav Deutsch (Shirley, Film Ist) creates a captivating reflection on migration. Tradition and modernity,...
AUSTRIA | 79 minutes | 2017
Contemporary dance, experimental cinema and a visceral sensory experience: here is the latest from one of France’s most enigmatic directors. A long-time...
FRANCE | 79 minutes | 2017
For her début feature, German filmmaker Helena Wittmann delivers a contemplative journey across the waves. After a weekend together on the North Sea, two...
GERMANY | 79 minutes | 2017
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