What can be the quest of Alain Ducasse, the little boy of the Landes now become the chef and most recognized mentor of cooking in the world? What is a man looking for who already seems to have everything? 23 restaurants in the world, 18 Michelin stars, Alain Ducasse never ceases to create addresses that appeal to our time, to build schools, to push the boundaries of his craft to new horizons, his curiosity has no limit. He traveled the world relentlessly, for to him cooking was an infinite universe. This public man, however secret, accepted to be followed for nearly two years, thus opening us the doors of his universe, in perpetual evolution.
Enrique Hubermann, homeopathic physician, travels in flight from a love. By a joke of fate, in that distant place he meets the woman he wants to forget, a beautiful young woman like a demon who manipulates men and triggers dangerous passions.
A movie transcends totalitarian realities of a post-war Soviet-occupied town to address the most important eternal questions faced by children and their parents alike: self-identity, value human relations, love, vulnerability of a human being, meaning of innocence.
Ana's family finds herself threatened by the leader of the most violent faction of the prison where her fiancé is imprisoned. Their future is in the hands of only one person: herself.
A reclusive Old Delhi shopkeeper, spends his time watching people through hidden cameras. When he overhears a boy being beaten, his search for the boy leads to reality crumbling around him, as he is lost in the maze of the city and his own mind.
An African high school teacher flees his war-torn country for France, where he falls in love with a Frenchwoman who offers a roof for him and his family.
In 30 carefully constructed segments, Maison du bonheur paints an endearing picture of the everyday life of 77-year-old Juliane Sellam, a long-time resident of Paris. Alone in her Montmartre apartment, Sellam enjoys the little things in life. As we listen to her muse about her life as an astrologer, Sellam moves through her daily routine: making her morning coffee, watering plants, putting on makeup. Each segment is narrated by Sellam or the filmmaker herself, slowly constructing a dual portrait of two very different but equally charming women. In the restrained formalist style of Chantal Akerman and with the deeply personal approach of Agnès Varda, Sofia Bohdanowicz presents a unique voice that confirms her as a strong observer and artist of the everyday. Maison du Bonheur is an experimental documentary rich in personal details, intelligent in its narration and playful in its tone.
When a charming NRI girl falls in love with a wealthy businessman, she unwittingly sparks conflict within his large joint family. How will her lover find a way to marry her, while still ensuring that his large family remains happy and harmonious?
Bobby is a story of a 21-year old boy, who gives up his Seminary Studies and falls in love with a lady who is 7 years elder to him. The movie showcases the funny events, romance and the love life of the couple.
A Swedish Elephant is a feature-length documentary film about the Swedish society of today.
A in-depth and stylish look at the hardcore punk scene in Japan at the late half of the 70's and the beginning of the 80's. Shot on 8mm film. Features bands such as GASTUNK, THE EXECUTE, GAUZE among others.
A rogue teenager who is a pigeon thief aids an 8-year-old child who is trying to complete the house foundation from his father by doing the job he knows best.
A man steals a wooden fence from a tall residential building. A neighbor’s child falls down from the fence and dies. A man finds an eraser which fell from the pocket of a deceased child. He tries to confess his guilt to the deceased child’s father.
During the labour reforms of 2016, in a small French town, the Radial company closes its doors after a bitter strike. Jeansé, Juliette, Bruno, Christine and Pierre meet to ‘celebrate’ their insulting redundancy pay-off. On the way home, Bruno has a violent scuffle at a police roadblock. Non is an anthology film about the contagious and furious protest by a group of workers. People absorbed by madness in the struggle to keep the little dignity they have left.
Orin: music for the Orixás is a documentary by Henrique Duarte, supported by the FGM Art Every Day edict. The feature film deals with the importance of candomblé terreiros music, its rhythms, songs, traditions and influence in Brazilian music.