Grande Salle

Wednesday 26 April 2017

08:30

Pitching du Réel

Venue: Grande Salle

Accessibility: Inscription obligatoire

Durée: jusqu'à 18:45

Quinze projets de longs métrages seront présentés puis discutés autour de tables rondes et par le biais de rencontres individuelles avec des partenaires potentiels, acheteurs, programmateurs TV, producteurs, distributeurs et fonds.

Thursday 27 April 2017

08:30

Pitching du Réel

Venue: Grande Salle

Accessibility: Inscription obligatoire

Durée: jusqu'à 16:00

Quinze projets de longs métrages seront présentés puis discutés autour de tables rondes et par le biais de rencontres individuelles avec des partenaires potentiels, acheteurs, programmateurs TV, producteurs, distributeurs et fonds.

Monday 8 April 2019

Insula (Argentina)
14:00

An anthropology student and her companion, a film student, want to direct a documentary about a community of hunter-gatherers in Argentina. The...

  • María Onis
2019, Argentina, 85′
World premiere
Norie (Scotland, Luxembourg, Japan)
16:00

Yuki lost his mother after a long illness, when his sister  and him were still children. For loved ones, she is now only a distant voice, a foreign...

  • Yuki Kawamura
2019, Scotland, Luxembourg, Japan, 80′
World premiere
Those Who Remain (France, Italy, Belgium)

Om El Khir is a real fighter. Her husband has disappeared. One morning, he left on a boat for Europe and she has since received no evidence on whether...

  • Ester Sparatore
2019, France, Italy, Belgium, 89′
World premiere

Friday 5 April 2019

Notes for a Heist Film (Spain)

León Siminiani has always dreamed of making a heist film. One day, in the papers, he reads the story of Flako aka “The Robin Hood of Vallecas”, the...

  • León Siminiani
2018, Spain, 89′
Swiss premiere
Gods of Molenbeek (Finland, Belgium, Germany)

Aatos is a six-year-old boy. His mother is Finnish, his father is Chilean, and they live in Brussels in the district of Molenbeek. At this age full of...

  • Reetta Huhtanen
2019, Finland, Belgium, Germany, 73′
Swiss premiere
No Nos Representan (Switzerland)

We enter a living painting: actors demonstrating to the cries of “They don't represent us!”, the rallying slogan of the Anti-austerity movement in the...

  • Irene Muñoz Martin
2019, Switzerland, 40′
World premiere
Resilienza (Switzerland)

What is happening in Nuria's head? While doctors carefully examine her brain, thoroughly scrutinised by an MRI, Anna Hungerbühler endeavours to show us...

  • Anna Hungerbühler
2019, Switzerland, 33′
World premiere

Saturday 6 April 2019

Century of Smoke (Belgium, France)

Laosan stares at the lush vegetation that surrounds the village of the Akha­–an ethnic group from China–where he lives with his family in the north of...

  • Nicolas Graux
2019, Belgium, France, 85′
World premiere
That Which Does Not Kill (Belgium, France)

Ada is 19. She agrees to have dinner at the home of a boy she knows. It all happens very quickly, she does not defend herself. It is in 2013, after a...

  • Alexe Poukine
2019, Belgium, France, 83′
World premiere
Isola (Switzerland)
16:15

We enter the film, like we access Gorgona, by the sea. A rock bristling with greenery, surrounded by the dark blue waves of the Mediterranean. On this...

  • Aurelio Buchwalder
2019, Switzerland, 70′
World premiere
Dreams from the Outback (Denmark)

Australia recognised Aboriginals as full citizens in 1967. Until then, they were assimilated with the wildlife of the Outback, the arid back-country,...

  • Jannik Splidsboel
2019, Denmark, 79′
World premiere
Great Expectations (France)

The Aviron Bayonnais is a rugby team having a streak of bad luck. Even though they fight relentlessly, they keep losing. One day, though, things...

  • Delphine Gleize
2019, France, 99′
International premiere

Sunday 7 April 2019

That Which Does Not Kill (Belgium, France)

Ada is 19. She agrees to have dinner at the home of a boy she knows. It all happens very quickly, she does not defend herself. It is in 2013, after a...

  • Alexe Poukine
2019, Belgium, France, 83′
World premiere
The House (France)

The house referenced in the title is an old building, whose past splendour is recognisable despite the apparent lack of upkeep. This enormous house, in...

  • Mali Arun
2019, France, 72′
World premiere
Isola (Switzerland)
13:30

We enter the film, like we access Gorgona, by the sea. A rock bristling with greenery, surrounded by the dark blue waves of the Mediterranean. On this...

  • Aurelio Buchwalder
2019, Switzerland, 70′
World premiere
Where We Belong (Switzerland)

Jacqueline Zünd seeks to capture what remains unexpressed. She selected five children to attempt to grasp what happens for them when parents separate....

  • Jacqueline Zünd
2019, Switzerland, 78′
Swiss premiere
Dreams from the Outback (Denmark)

Australia recognised Aboriginals as full citizens in 1967. Until then, they were assimilated with the wildlife of the Outback, the arid back-country,...

  • Jannik Splidsboel
2019, Denmark, 79′
World premiere

Tuesday 9 April 2019

Taste of Hope (Switzerland, Germany)

The workers of a self-managed tea factory decide to go against the grain and play by their own rules. The problem is, how can you plan, work and...

  • Laura Coppens
2019, Switzerland, Germany, 70′
World premiere
Norie (Scotland, Luxembourg, Japan)
12:00

Yuki lost his mother after a long illness, when his sister  and him were still children. For loved ones, she is now only a distant voice, a foreign...

  • Yuki Kawamura
2019, Scotland, Luxembourg, Japan, 80′
World premiere
Kiruna - A Brand New World (Czech Republic)

Beyond the Arctic Circle, the town of Kiruna, in Sweden, must relocate: the iron mine over which it was built is threatening to swallow it up. To...

  • Greta Stocklassa
2019, Czech Republic, 80′
World premiere
Out of Place (Germany)

Rebels without a cause in a globalized world. Kevin, David and Dominik, three troubled teenagers who were deemed too difficult to be “re-educated” at...

  • Friederike Güssefeld
2019, Germany, 86′
World premiere
Those Who Remain (France, Italy, Belgium)

Om El Khir is a real fighter. Her husband has disappeared. One morning, he left on a boat for Europe and she has since received no evidence on whether...

  • Ester Sparatore
2019, France, Italy, Belgium, 89′
World premiere

Wednesday 10 April 2019

Kiruna - A Brand New World (Czech Republic)

Beyond the Arctic Circle, the town of Kiruna, in Sweden, must relocate: the iron mine over which it was built is threatening to swallow it up. To...

  • Greta Stocklassa
2019, Czech Republic, 80′
World premiere
Out of Place (Germany)

Rebels without a cause in a globalized world. Kevin, David and Dominik, three troubled teenagers who were deemed too difficult to be “re-educated” at...

  • Friederike Güssefeld
2019, Germany, 86′
World premiere
Our Defeats (France)

Jean-Gabriel Périot asked students of a Parisian high school to participate in an experiment on the militant filmmaking of May 68. These students will...

  • Jean-Gabriel Périot
2019, France, 94′
Swiss premiere
The Sound Is Innocent (Czech Republic, France, Slovakia)

As if directing a science-fiction film, Johana Ožvold dissects the story of electronic music. From the pioneer sound engineers working behind the Iron...

  • Johana Ožvold
2019, Czech Republic, France, Slovakia, 68′
World premiere
Pahokee (United States)
18:00

Ivete Lucas and Patrick Bresnan create a detailed and incredibly nuanced portrait of Pahokee, a small rural town located in the Florida Everglades. A...

  • Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan
2019, United States, 112′
International premiere
Soil Without Land (Thailand)

A drone shot flies over a ridge road that snakes along an ambiguous territory, the green softness of the curves whispering the muffled echoes of...

  • Nontawat Numbenchapol
2019, Thailand, 79′
World premiere

Thursday 11 April 2019

When the Persimmons Grew (Azerbaijan, Austria)

In the village of the Azerbaijani filmmaker Hilal Baydarov, time is still regulated by the land. Like every summer, Baydarov and his brother join their...

  • Hilal Baydarov
2019, Azerbaijan, Austria, 118′
World premiere
Aether (Turkey, Italy)
17:00

Hasankeyf, an antique city and archaeological site with over 12,000 years of rich history nestling in the valley of the Tigris River, in the Kurdish...

  • Rûken Tekeş
2019, Turkey, Italy, 82′
World premiere
The Wind. A Documentary Thriller (Poland, Slovakia)

In the Podhale region in Poland, the Halny wind blows several times a year in spring and in autumn, in cycles. It is unpredictable, so you never know...

  • Michał Bielawski
2019, Poland, Slovakia, 73′
World premiere
Pahokee (United States)
10:00

Ivete Lucas and Patrick Bresnan create a detailed and incredibly nuanced portrait of Pahokee, a small rural town located in the Florida Everglades. A...

  • Ivete Lucas, Patrick Bresnan
2019, United States, 112′
International premiere
Soil Without Land (Thailand)

A drone shot flies over a ridge road that snakes along an ambiguous territory, the green softness of the curves whispering the muffled echoes of...

  • Nontawat Numbenchapol
2019, Thailand, 79′
World premiere
A Dog Called Money (Ireland, United Kingdom)

He captures the images, she the words. In 2015, they travel together, from Kosovo to Afghanistan, via Washington D.C.'s black community. Polly Jean...

  • Seamus Murphy
2019, Ireland, United Kingdom, 90′
Swiss premiere

Friday 12 April 2019

When the Persimmons Grew (Azerbaijan, Austria)

In the village of the Azerbaijani filmmaker Hilal Baydarov, time is still regulated by the land. Like every summer, Baydarov and his brother join their...

  • Hilal Baydarov
2019, Azerbaijan, Austria, 118′
World premiere
Aether (Turkey, Italy)
14:30

Hasankeyf, an antique city and archaeological site with over 12,000 years of rich history nestling in the valley of the Tigris River, in the Kurdish...

  • Rûken Tekeş
2019, Turkey, Italy, 82′
World premiere
Lucky Hours (France, Switzerland, Belgium)

45,000 patients died in French psychiatric hospitals between 1939 and 1945. A single site escaped this carnage: the asylum in Saint-Alban, an isolated...

  • Martine Deyres
2019, France, Switzerland, Belgium, 77′
World premiere
The Wind. A Documentary Thriller (Poland, Slovakia)

In the Podhale region in Poland, the Halny wind blows several times a year in spring and in autumn, in cycles. It is unpredictable, so you never know...

  • Michał Bielawski
2019, Poland, Slovakia, 73′
World premiere
We Will Remember Them (Belgium)

“In Flanders fields the poppies grow between the crosses...” This poem by Canadian Lieutenant-Colonel John Mc Rae evokes one of the worst carnages of...

  • Annabel Verbeke
2018, Belgium, 60′
International premiere

Thursday 4 April 2019

When Tomatoes Met Wagner (Greece)

When the organic tomatoes of Christos and Alexandros meet the music of Wagner out in the fields, an incredible energy fills the outskirts of the small...

  • Marianna Economou
2019, Greece, 73′
Swiss premiere

Saturday 13 April 2019