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International competition

Echoing the uncertainty present during these troubled times, the goal of our selection of international films both long and short is to surprise the viewers by its wide diversity of forms, its uncommon takes of an occasionally eccentric pertinence, and its certain coherence that, well beyond the challenges of specific cinematics, strikes a forceful, concise chord within our daily thoughts. This balance grazes the rough surface of the body, barely covered, if we desire, by the luminous balm applied by calm, careful artisans, who are in turn carried by their own aching bodies — meanwhile, from far away, a fragment of the Syrian struggle explodes in all its disarray, and an encyclopedic armchair footballer can’t join the stadiums of a World Cup decidedly too expensive. Slaloming from persistent destinies of patient fatalism and other constants of alarming overexploitation, the wanderings of the international competition will evidently have surprises, rejections (it happens) and teasing winks in store, all to better animate the debate and approach, with the tips of our fingers, the fable of a world navigating some space between the abyss and the side-step disguised as a bypass to salvation.

International competition full-length film

O Futebol

Sergio Oksman
International competition full-length film

O Futebol

International competition full-length film

Comme des lions

Françoise Davisse
International competition full-length film

Comme des lions

International competition full-length film

Oncle Bernard – L’anti-leçon d’économie

Richard Brouillette
International competition full-length film

Oncle Bernard – L’anti-leçon d’économie

International competition full-length film

Our Terrible Country

Mohammad Ali Atassi, Ziad Homsi
International competition full-length film

Our Terrible Country