Spotlight on two supernovas and their stylishly sinister, genre-bus- ting brand of Belgian new wave. Hailed worldwide, Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani (Temps Ø award in 2009 for Amer) have a special relationship with Montreal, the city that hosted their North American breakthrough. Tarantino is a fan; all the top festivals want them. Come and celebrate the stylish swagger of their astonishingly...
Welcome to a highly referential sound-image combo that dares to assault our senses and yet also delight them. Unique and unforgettable. With this first feature, made in 2010, Hélène Cattet and...
FRANCE | 90 minutes | 2009
FRANCE | 3 minutes | 2001
BELGIUM | 8 minutes | 2002
The legendary pairing of Tomas Milian and Gian Maria Volonte, a thought-provoking comment on revolution, plus Morricone at his absolute best. In a word: epic. A tubercular professor travels to the...
ITALY | 111 minutes | 1967
BELGIUM | 10 minutes | 2003
The Spaghetti Western sings its swan song with this 1976 classic by Enzo G. Castellari. Half-breed Keoma is back from the Civil War with a score to settle. All the ingredients are there: injustice...
ITALY | 105 minutes | 1976
UNITED STATES | 4 minutes | 2012
BELGIUM | 15 minutes | 2006
The anguished exaltation of Let the Corpses Tan, The Strange Colour of Your Body’s Tears and Amer had its genesis in these diabolical shorts. SUIVI D’UNE CLASSE DE...
| 90 minutes | 0
Lock the giallo in an Art Nouveau building, and you get a paranoid caper, petrifying yet intensely beautiful. After starting off with a bang with Amer, the team of Cattet/Forzani come...
BELGIUM | 102 minutes | 2013
BELGIUM | 6 minutes | 2004
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