FR | 2015 | 52' | HD | French, English (sub.) | By Fernando Favier | La Clairière Production | Broadcaster: France 3 Corse ViaStella
What's up with the artistic freedom and through it, the freedom of expression in Morocco? Michel Gondry, the renowned film director, created a "Home Movie Factory", in March 2014, in a former slaughterhouse, which became a place for artistic expressions, in Casablanca, after launching the same initiative in Johannesburg, Moscow, New York, Paris, Rotterdam, Sao Paulo and Tokyo, just to name a few. A group of amateurs can shoot a movie for free in about 20 sets within three hours in order to experience the pure fun of creativity...and freedom.
DE | 2014 | 94’ / 52'| HD | German, English (sub.) | By Felix Moeller | Blueprint Film | Broadcaster: ARTE
The Third Reich produced 1,200 feature films. More than 40 remain forbidden. Nearly seventy years after the end of the Nazi regime, they are banned from public screening in Germany and in many other countries, because they are still considered as dangerous propaganda. Should these films be made freely available? This is their story.
IT | 2014 | 52'/75' | HD | Italian, French (sub.) & English (sub.) | By Stefano Bisulli & Roberto Naccari | POPCult & EIE film | Broadcaster: SVT
IT | 2009 | 52’ | SD | Italian & English (sub.) | By Claudio Bondi | Blue Film & Ascent Film | Broadcaster: LA7
This portrait of the Italian director & actor, Pietro Germi, explores his work, from Italian neorealism to the birth of the Italian comedy. He constructed his movies in a conventional way but also experimented new path. His favorite actresses such as Claudia Cardinale and Virna Lisi, his collaborators and family testify.
IT | 2010 | 60’ | HD | Italian & English (sub.) | By Claudio Bondi | Blue Film
FR | 2011 | 52' | French & English | HD | By Mounia Meddour | Cocktail Productions
Young filmmakers are involved in the rebirth of Algerian cinema annihilated by 1988 civil war. This spontaneous generation denounces the deterioration in Algeria
on the verge of implosion. In France, their elders such as Lyes Salem, Malek Bensmail, Nadir Mokhnèche question their dual French-Algerian identity and build a collective memory.