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
After Berberian Sound Studio and The Duke of Burgundy, Peter Strickland, the new darling of English cinema, is back with an amazing exercise in surreal...
UNITED KINGDOM | 38 minutes | 2018
Famed for his political activism during the student movements of the late 1960s, Masao Adachi – a revolutionary figure who held firm to his conviction...
JAPAN | 38 minutes | 1971
He (Jean Dujardin), the brother, is looking to get rich quick. She (Yolande Moreau), the sister, runs an Emmaüs commune, a not-for-profit settlement for...
FRANCE | 38 minutes | 2017
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