A man decides to lose himself in the Death Valley desert. While on his journey, he encounters a woman who accompanies him on his quest. As they embark deeper into the desert, heat and fever push them to extreme, psychological limits.
Koroviev, a police officer who teaches poetry in a brigade of police poets, is in search of a precious Bible annotated by Pierre Maheu, the captain of the St. Elias, a legendary ship. His quest leads him to befriend a young thief who introduces him to a mysterious woman named Coriandre.
A mysterious meeting in an underground parking lot; a funeral for a woman who has been missing for years; an actor pretending to be the private investigator who discovered her body—noting is as it seems in this intimate portrait of what can happen to a family in the midst of loss and personal tragedy.
This is the story of four people, four lives, four journeys that led them in a search for freedom. Together they decide to live on the fringe of society and to finally find a place where they can do things their way.
Completely shot with a GoPro camera in Bocas del Toro, Panama, Octopus tells the story of a mourning experience portrayed through the drowning of a being who in abandoning reality, leaves the earth and travels underwater into the collective unconsciousness.
Free World Pens is a film about family and solitary confinement. The film takes shape through letters from a man incarcerated in Texas, whose words echo in the mind of his sister as she walks freely through Montreal.
Red of the Yew Tree is the crossing of a feminine and universal imagination, an odyssey inked in fine point. A pheasant hunt is the occasion of a voyage that is at once delicate and mightily evocative, under the breath of maternal love and the transmission of a shared feminine condition.
Inspired by Godard’s Sympathy for the Devil, two worlds slowly contaminate each other sonically to transpire the anxiety of a lone woman in her appartement. The music in her head will amplify her fears through sight and sound.
Margot, 60 years old., lives in a remote country house and takes care of her autistic son, Marc-André. The sudden disappearance of the dog disrupts their quiet life on the frozen lake in Northern Quebec.
Meurtrière de Philippe Grandrieux est le second mouvement d’une trilogie dont l’objet est l’inquiétude.
Chaque mouvement, White Epilepsy, Meurtrière, Unrest, est constitué d’une performance, d’un film et d’une installation.
On one day during Holi celebrations every year, veiled women in the northern Indian towns of Nandgaon and Barsana strike men with large staffs, re-enacting an ancient Hindu legend. A psychedelic 16mm journey into light, colour, and violence.