Directed by French author Georges Perec, Les Lieux d’une fugue is an autobiographical account of the writer’s experience of running away from his aunt’s house at age 11. As much a meditation on the streets of Paris as it is personal narrative, Les Lieux d’une fugue examines how Perec’s verbal games play out alongside a movie camera.
A documentary which captures scenic views and sounds in the valley of Kashmir.
Love and betrayal are central themes in Anton Chekhov’s play The Bear. In this film adaptation, art and life intersect as the play is performed before an audience of unsuspecting commuters on an in-service NYC bus.
A trio of young men leave a piano by the beach while chasing love interests. Several beach-goers have a go at playing creating an impromptu concert.
Comedy short based on the book by Charles Sale about the exploits of a country carpenter who specialises in building privies.
A down on his luck gambler ends up in jail in a small Texan town where he meets and falls in love with Emily. They make plans to go to San Francisco but may not get the opportunity.
The paths of two orphan brothers drastically change over the years, beginning when they were just boys living on the streets of Mexico City.
A sarcastic look at Senegal’s capital that followed the adventures of what the director described as a “somewhat immoral street urchin who is very much like myself”. The contest pits the non-conformist individual against an absurdly caricatured policeman who pursues the protagonist through comedically improbable scenarios. Badou Boy celebrates an urban subculture while parodying the state.