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A summer with Anton

Anton, 12, lives with his grandmother in the suburbs of Moscow. It is summertime and he works at home or plays with his friends. Soon he will join summer camp at Kaskad paramilitary school, which transforms children into soldiers, and responds to recent terrorist threats in Russia. He invests all his courage and his strength. The exercise of war replaces playfull time as Anton is preparing to kill the child who is still in him.

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Algeria, images of a fight (René Vautier)

Like all modern conflicts, the war in Algeria has challenged the value of reported images. Confronted with the abundance of films produced by the French army, a few filmmakers as René Vautier, in reaction to propaganda, pledged alongside Algerian fighters, depicting their struggle. Camera in hand, they brought crucial images back, although most of them were then censored.

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Allo police

Humourfull point of view on a psychological drama, Allo Police brings the audience in the closed world of a belgian police station, and on, in a human geography struck by industrial changes. The angled feelings of a population express themselves in shouts, calls and signs. A mindspace where violence, suffering, fear and happiness profile themselves. Police services are daily confronted with these realities.

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Blue meridian

In this enchanting journey across the Mississippi river, from Cairo, Illinois down to Venice, Louisiana, local people met along the way all tell the story of the tough reality behind the American dream: they are trying to survive despite a turbulent history, recent natural disasters and the current financial crisis.The film is a critical but empathic look at a forgotten part of the United States.

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Dreaming films

One day, a man, a filmmaker has a dream : he dreams he is making a film which contains all the films he dreamed of. An essay about the film eye as discoverer of the world. From Ulysses to Christopher Columbus to Jean Rouch - a meditative dream trip of moving images.

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En lo escondido, those waiting in the dark

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The turtle song

The moroccan street revolt is quite absent from media while current. We meet with fusion band Hoba Hoba Spirit, “artivist” Kenza Benjelloun and February 20th Movement’s and UX’s youths. Opponent journalist Khalid Jamai, close from those resistants facing fear of repression, gives a testimony of his patient struggle. Who, between the tunisian or egyptian “hare”, sucked in a revolutionary spiral with mixed results, and the moroccan “turtle” will achieve his purpose?

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