A young alcoholic woman agrees to attend an AA meeting with her partner. When she unexpectedly runs into her estranged mother, she's forced to confront demons from her past.
A station. A boy. A girl. The same book. An exchange of looks and movements that tends to a loving dream with an unexpected ending. A 16 mm black and white exercise made by the author during her first trimester at the London Film School.
Memória, identidades e ancestralidade como possibilidade do estudo de história em sala de aula
A Jamaican man of the community battles depression and disillusionment.
We accompanied an 8 months pregnant Yuri, who migrates with her partner Mike and her son Santi with one objective, to give birth in USA
Christmas peace falls over the small town, but at the Christmas market there's hectic activity. Mariann discovers a teddy bear at the top shelf. Is he alive? Mariann must get the teddy whatsoever. But Teddy wants to get to a rich family.
Young-mi, under duress after childbirth, is stressed after eating spicy seaweed soup. Seaweed begins to grow in her house, and Young-mi must fight against the seaweed to protect her home, herself and her family.
The boss has a funny episode on his colleagues. The other day, he have a blind date, and the woman had a beard. Minhee is a smiling awkwardly among her colleagues. That evening, Minhee is contacted by her ex-boyfriend, Kang sik. Min hee, who cares about the word of the boss, is shaving… Min hee is wounded while she is shaving. Min-hee meets Kang-sik at a bar, while being injured. Kang sik suffers to Min-hee, and Min-hee rejects it by turns. Then kang-sik touches the scars of Min-hee Min-hee cries out to Kang-sik for a refusal… The next day, Min-hee met the boss in the break room. How will Min-hee react to his rude boss?
Sang-mi finds out that her grades are low and visits Maria. This reveals everything.
A young girl; a lover of music, yearns for some sense of peace and identity while suffering under the oppression of mother's demands. with a little help from her dreams and the music she loves the most, she transcends her anguish via an uncanny metamorphosis.
Arguello couples her larger-than-life stage presence with her brutally honest take on post-pandemic hook ups and why broke men are better in bed, an exploration of how “Beauty and the Beast” triggered an epiphany, and a self-reflection on her middle school D.A.R.E. essay.
Graduation work of Haruka Suzuki.
Directed by Ariane Louis-Seize, this tribute film was created as a gift for Lorraine Pintal, director of Montreal’s Théâtre du Nouveau Monde. Featuring some of the most memorable characters and performers of Pintal’s career, the film’s succession of surreal scenes from different dramatic worlds introduces viewers to the exceptional woman of theatre, stage director, and friend whom they consider to be the “ghost light” of Quebec theatre.
A walk in the woods become a metaphoric journey in Chloé Leriche's short film. As a solitary figure moves through the forest, the texture of stone, the movement of water, all the infinite pageantry of the natural world is captured in its richness and detail. With the help of an orchestrated soundscape and composed cinematography, Blue Suns catches the miracle and mystery of this world as it unfolds.
Filmmaker Stephanie Wang-Breal sets out to cross the generational divide, confronting long-simmering tensions with her Chinese immigrant mother by literally becoming her. Dressing in her mom’s iconic St John Knit power suits and re-creating her 1980s local TV cooking show, Stephanie becomes Beta-Florence, a radical reinterpretation of Asian-American identity.
A man takes his daughter on the Camino de Santiago to honor his late wife's last wish.
Mist. Dust. A bowling alley in the crosshair of a thunderstorm. A pregnant woman, a businessman and a widower find shelter in its midst. Pins are knocked down until gloomy moths kindle an outage.
In this erotic thriller, a career woman in her 40s begins having an affair with a 21-year-old intern.
Struggling to connect with her grieving family after the sudden death of her stepfather, a teenager sneaks off to shoot guns in rural Florida with her best friend.
Even though Sami is safe in the United States with his 9-year-old daughter, Aya, the injures sustained during the war in Syria are making his life difficult. When news breaks that the rest of his family will arrive from a refugee camp, he should be as elated as Aya. But as Aya grows more eager to see her brother Saeed, Sami grows more anxious.