Gabriel And The Mountain
A Film by Fellipe Barbosa
2017 - France/Brazil - Drama - 1.85 - 127 min.
with João Pedro Zappa & Caroline Abras
Produced by Yohann Cornu & Rodrigo LETIER
Before entering a prestigious American university, Gabriel decides to travel the world for one year, his backpack full of dreams. After ten months on the road, he arrives in Kenya where he is joined by his girlfriend. But discovering Africa as a tourist is not enough for Gabriel. He decides to go deeper, leaving on his own for a journey across countries, new friendships and raw emotions to finally reach Mount Mulanje in Malawi, his final destination.
France 4 Visionary Award
Gan Foundation Award for distribution
A film by Halina Reijn
2019 - Netherlands - Drama/Thriller - 2.35 - 98 min.
Nicoline, an experienced psychologist, starts a new job at a penal institution. She meets Idris, a sex offender who committed a series of grave crimes. After five years of treatment, he is about to go on his first unaccompanied probation. His team of practitioners are enthusiastic about his development but newcomer Nicoline does not trust him and tries to push his probation. Idris tries his hardest to convince Nicoline of his good intentions, but slowly but surely, he transforms into the manipulative man she saw in him from the beginning. A power play emerges between the two and Nicoline, in spite of her knowledge and experience, lets herself be trapped completely.
La Jaula De Oro
A film by Diego Quemada-Díez
2013 - Mexico / Spain - Drama - DCP - 2.35 - 102 min.
Three teenagers from the slums of Guatemala travel to the US in search of a better life. On their journey through Mexico they meet Chauk, an Indian from Chiapas who doesn't speak Spanish. Travelling together in cargo trains, walking on the railroad tracks, they soon have to face a harsh reality.
When the Waves are gone
A film by Lav Diaz
2022 - Philippines/France/Denmark/Portugal - Drama - 1.67 - 187 min.
Lieutenant Hermes Papauran, one of the best investigators of the Philippines, is in a deep moral crossroad. As a member of the police forces, he is a first-hand witness of the murderous anti-drug campaign that his institution is implementing with dedication. The atrocities are corroding Hermes physically and spiritually, causing him a severe skin disease resulting from anxiety and guilt. As he tries to heal, a dark past haunts him and has eventually come back for a reckoning.