For his first feature film, Ceasefire, Emmanuel Courcol reflects on Paris after the First World War. Through the character of Georges, who survived the trenches, the film discusses the difficult return of the soldiers.
The Woods Dreams are Made of is a feature-length documentary film about the Bois de Vincennes park and the unusual personalities who visit it every day. An enchanting film about the city’s relationship with nature.
The first feature film by Franco-Malian director Daouda Coulibaly, Wùlu immerses us in the daily life of a young bus driver from Bamako who finds himself involved in the hellish world of drug trafficking.
With her first feature film, Kill me Please, Anita Rocha da Silveira reinvents the teen movie. Released in 2017, the film immerses us in the universe of lonely teenagers in an affluent suburb of Rio de Janeiro.