A short dystopian film that blends elements of romance, surrealism, and horror into a captivating experience.
An environmental horror film about a woman who trawls for fish and catches more than she angled for.
Extreme isolation, hard living conditions, and a brutally cold climate take their toll on two fur trappers.
Viola writes novels in a dark room. Marie, her sister and only companion, takes care of her every need. The arrival of a stranger throws their order into chaos. The images are etched directly onto tinted 70 mm film.
Det här är en bildmässigt skruvad och söndertrasad berättelse om den stilbildande animatören Ryan Larkins livsöde; en sorts psykologisk realism sprungen ur filmskaparen Chris Landreths datorvärld. Filmen prisbelönades vid festivalen 2004 och fick en Oscar för bästa animerade kortfilm.
Guided by those who live on the land and driven by the pulse of the natural world, this film takes us on an exhilarating journey from the far north to the urban south. Over every landscape, in all conditions, everyday life flows with strength, skill, and extreme competence.
A young woman and an urban landscape interact with each other. Developing images and intricacies by scratching and sewing them on again.
Her left eye sees only the past. Her right, only the future. Like a terrible curse, Vaysha’s split vision prevents her from living in the present. Blinded by what was and tormented by what will be, she remains trapped between two irreconcilable temporalities.
Fire used as a visual and musical tool.
Guided by those who live on the land and driven by the pulse of the natural world, the film takes us on an exhilarating journey from the far north to the urban south. Over every landscape, in all conditions, everyday life flows with strength, skill, and extreme competence.
A trip on an Indigenous-owned train line in northern Québec, shot in exquisite black and white, becomes an eloquent symbol of the pride and dignity that come with autonomy.
A cloned boyband co-opts an Elizabethan madrigal to express heartbreak and examine representations of masculinity in pop music.
Streams of consciousness flowing from mind to screen, with both painted image and sound scracthed directly on the 35 mm film, Visual Music for the hip hop generation.
George W. Bush’s speech about the axis of evil is sung to the melody of a Jermaine Jackson/ Pia Zadora duet.
The film takes shape through letters from a man incarcerated in Texas, whose words echo in the mind of his sister as she walks freely through Montreal. It disrupts what we think we know about who is in prison and who is free.
This film uses references both from summer camp and iconic queer films in order to grasp the significance of the band Mermaid Cafe within the peculiar space of a Jewish summer camp in the 90s.
Adam, 11, is a messenger sent by God. He’ll heal you from your sins and prepare you for the Last Day. Will you be ready when they come?