ReginaWednesday, 24 October 19:00
ReginaSunday, 28 October 17:00
A woman fishing in turbid waters, a suffering nature, the broken chant of the muezzin, all linked by a thin, black line.
AT LAST, A TRAGEDY
In this film I search for my tragedy. I do not find it, for it is not tangible. I search for it in memory, among clear and faded pictures, in Damascus and Beirut, in the shadows of my close friend Louay’s stories, between my prisons and his own. I finally find it in my body.
Pygmalion, disappointed with the women of his time, decides to create an immaculate woman with his own hands. He models his creation on the height of his expectations: she should be able to satisfy his pleasures and provide his kingdom with workforce.
OUR SONG TO WAR
This might be the beginning of a very long story, where spirits and humans meet each other to learn what there is to life after the end of war.
WHILE I YET LIVE
Five acclaimed African-American quilters from Gee’s Bend, Alabama talk about love, religion, and the fight for civil rights as they continue the tradition of quilting that originally brought them together.
A haunting portrait of a rape survivor, caught in the devious ploys of her family. Through the poignant and personal story of 13-year-old Khushbu, the film explores her gang-rape and the emotional abuse at the hands of her grandmother. Where does the circle begin? And can there be any way out?
WHERE WE ARE HEADING
Paris, 2017: A new president is elected in the spring, and the state of emergency continues. He prowls through the capital, on the lookout among old and new monuments. As the city struggles to regain its innocence, it slips gently into everyday life as well as into the lines of the constitution.