Short Film

Monte Brice – The Golf Specialist (1930)

At a Florida hotel, absconding miscreant J. Effingham Bellweather goes slapstick golfing with the house detective’s flirtatious wife and an incompetent caddy. Read More »

Christelle Lheureux – 80 000 ans (2020)

It’s summer. Celine, in her thirties, archaeologist, spends a weekend in her childhood home. Her archaeological research are mixed up with her memories of adolescence and some random reunions from her walks. Read More »

Caitlin Ryan – S p a c e l a n d (2020)

Long hallways, an orchestrated auction, and acts of disappearance, Spaceland, travels through the mysterious American landscape of storage units. Space that captures the line between necessity and amenity; between an interim life event and the more permanent obscured. Read More »

Éric Rohmer – La boulangère de Monceau AKA The Bakery Girl of Monceau (1963)

A law student regularly visits a Paris bakery to flirt with a brunette employee. Read More »

Raoul Servais – Chromophobia (1966)

‘The grey legions invade the world of colour to establish their colourless dominance. Resistance appears in the shape of a scarlet jester, who restores the reign of colour using his chromatic trickery.’
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Éric Rohmer – Nadja à Paris AKA Nadja in Paris (1964)

Nadja is a guest student, who stays at Cité Universitaire and visits the Sorbonne, while preparing a thesis on Proust. Besides her student life she likes to stroll about Paris, to explore the variety of this wide and open city. She knows Saint-Germain-des-Prés well, but feels more comfortable among the bohemians, painters and writers in Montparnasse. Sometimes she wants to get out of the narrow area of intellectual Paris. She then goes to the park Buttes Chaumont and the working class neighborhood of Belleville. There she discovers a world that is simpler and more characteristic of France. This helps her to distance herself from everything that was superficial in her life. She thinks that Paris teaches you more about yourself than you learn about the city. Read More »

Raoul Servais – De valse noot AKA La fausse note AKA The False Note (1963)

‘A little beggar tries in vain to get an alms in a big city where everything is organised, efficient and lucrative. His barrel organ’s tune always ends with an impressive false note, upsetting the townspeople. Eventually the little beggar will receive a dream fulfilling gift.’
– Raoul Servais Foundation Read More »