Short Film

Maurice Lemaître – Nos Stars / Le petit dieu (2002)


Maurice Lemaître is amongst one of the most important and creative artists of the second half of the 20th century. His cinematic work has led to a fundamental questioning of the relationship between film and spectator, image and sound, art and criticism, cinema and other types of images. His art is characterized by its inventiveness, it’s joy of creating, and a radical and loud critique allowing for Lettrism to flourish as an avant-garde movement. Read More »

L. Rezan Yesilbas – Sessiz – Be Deng (2012)

[SPOILER] A woman tries to give a pair of shoes to her husband, who is in prison. The story takes place in Diyarbakır,Turkey in 1984 after the military coup in 1980. In prison only allowed language to speak is Turkish. The film won “Palme D’or” for short film in Cannes Film Festival 2012. [SPOILER] Read More »

Simon Lavoie – À l’ombre (2006)

A mother who has recently been incarcerated refuses to give up on her young son, no matter how fragile their connection may now be. Read More »

Bill Melendez – A Charlie Brown Christmas (1965) (HD)

One of the most endearing of all Peanuts’ specials finds Charlie Brown nurturing the thinnest, scraggliest Christmas tree ever. At first the gang makes fun of Charlie for choosing such an ugly tree for the holiday but a timely assist from Linus makes the true message of the season come shining through. Everyone realizes in the end that a little affection can make all the difference in the world… even to a tree Read More »

Luc Moullet – Le Système Zsygmondy [+Extras] (2000)

In order to climb a peak, two young walkers arrive at the Zsygmondy mountain refuge the night before. But the girls find there’s only one single place left… Read More »

Pepe Danquart – Schwarzfahrer aka Black Rider (1993)

Background/Synopsis wrote:
This is the story of a young black man who is verbally harassed by an older woman on a streetcar while the other passengers remain silent. But the schwarzfahrer shall eventually have his revenge. Read More »

Jan Spata – Respice finem (1967)

Almost half-a-million widows older than 65 years lived in Czechoslovakia in late ’60. Many of them spend the last years of their lives in the countryside. Their men died, children moved on, and they are left alone with their work and daily troubles, solitary with their fate, their beliefs, with memories of momentary happiness and past injustices, with wisdom and humility of age, as well as nature’s simplicity which surrounds them all the time. Read More »