The wild bunch, bold cinematic rebels and adventurous films
| 38 minutes | 2018
There’s no question: in terms of new cinema, Bertrand Mandico sets the bar high. There’s also no question that on the heels of The Wild Boys (screened last year at the FNC), his latest masterful opus of genre-bending cinema will get people salivating. Past, present and future intermingle in a pulpy world where Jules Verne meets Richard Corben. A pop confection about femininity and the search for lost emotions, an orgiastic and fetishistic delight that plays with the medium and an homage to sci-fi, actresses and anyone who doesn’t want to die. Be there or just be nowhere. NORTH-AMERICAN PREMIEREPreceded byY A-T-IL UNE VIERGE ENCORE VIVANTE ? (2015/9 min./VOASTF) Dir.. : Bertrand MandicoEtPREHISTORIC CABARET (2014/10 min./VOA) Dir.. : Bertrand Mandico
As part of ULTRA PULPE
A private detective is hired to find the la fiancée of a rich real-estate agent somewhere in the Tokyo underworld where true and false are...
JAPAN | 38 minutes | 1967
France Sangria Massacre! You’ve been told – not that you didn’t already know. Gaspar Noé’s latest delivers the celluloid meltdown of the year. In...
FRANCE | 38 minutes | 2018
According to an English legend, Joan of Arc did not die at the stake. Her eyes were burned out and she was deflowered by an English stallion. She was then...
FRANCE | 38 minutes | 2015
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