Engaging with the world
| 177 minutes | 2017
A polemical musical about the working world and unfettered capitalism — neo-realism, updated. Portuguese documentary filmmaker Pedro Pinho made waves with this film, his first fiction, the most interesting entry at this year’s Directors’ Fortnight. For nearly three hours, we follow the employees of a factory, like so many others, slated for relocation. The cast of non-professional actors share their thoughts and feelings — and sing!IN COMPÉTITION
Prix FIPRESCI (Quinzaine des réalisateurs) - Cannes 2017
A colourful odyssey leading to reconciliation for a brother and sis- ter who accidentally kill a goat with their father’s truck. With an eye for detail,...
COLOMBIA | 177 minutes | 2017
A portrait of Chicago that also serves as an impressionistic rumination on racism, the social divide and the layout of urban spaces. As a European, far...
FRANCE , United States | 177 minutes | 2017
“It’s about the journey, not the destination”: an adage that takes on its full meaning in this Don Quixote-inspired documentary. In defiance of his...
GERMANY , Spain , United Kingdom | 177 minutes | 2017
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