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Doxa Documentary Film Festival FRENCH FRENCH Program

April 23, 2015 | By francecanadaculture Vancouver

As part of French French, we are proud to present a special selection of films drawn from the legendary series Cinéma, de notre temps (Cinema, of Our Time). This group of films traces the evolution of French cinema from Jean Renoir to Alain Cavalier. André S. Labarthe will personally introduce the program on Saturday May 2, 2015 at 11:00 AM with a special talk at SFU’s Goldcorp Centre for the Arts.

Six French filmakers will be coming to attend DOXA film festival and be available for some Q&A sessions and even some free Masterclass.

Cinéma, de notre temps

Jean Renoir le patron, La Règle et l’exception (Jean Renoir, The Boss: The Rule and the Exception), by Jacques Rivette
Georges Franju, le visionnaire (The Visionary), by Andrè S. Labarthe
Alain Cavalier, 7 chapitres, 5 jours, 2 pièces-cuisine (7 Chapters, 5 Days, 2 Rooms with a Kitchen), by Jean-Pierre Limosin
Jacques Rivette le veilleur I: Le jour (Jacques Rivette The Watchman I: The Day), by Claire Denis
Éric Rohmer, preuves à l’appui (Evidence), by André S. Labarthe
Mosso, Mosso (Jean Rouch comme si...) (As If), by Jean-André Fieshi
Où gît votre sourire enfoui? (Where Does Your Hidden Smile Lie?), by Pedro Costa and Thierry Lounas


New French documentary

Géographie humaine (Human Geography), de Claire Denis
La France est notre patrie (France is Our Mother Country), de André S. Labarthe
Spartacus & Cassandra, de Ionis Nuguet
Austerlitz, de Stan Neumann
Je suis le peuple (I am the people), Anna Roussillon
Le Paradis (Paradise), de Alain Cavalier
Of Men and War, de Laurent Bécue-Renard

The entire program of the festival is now available online.

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