Using archive material in the most original way, this gem of a film has haunted me ever since.
Through Gaston Miron’s voice, a poetic and evocative journey crafted with NFB archives into Quebec’s history and culture. ”Or je vois nos êtres en détresse dans le siècle/je vois notre infériorité et j’ai mal en chacun de nous.”
Making the “Uknown Known.” Errol Morris’ incisive and devastating portrait of Donald Rumsfeld. A real horror movie into American politics and the grammar of power.
They have come from around the world to pursue their dreams in France. This little gem of a film follows their immersion into French culture as they learn the codes and intricacies of this new country of adoption.
“If you say that money is the most important thing, you’ll spend your life completely wasting your time: You’ll be doing things you don’t like doing in order to go on living, that is, in order to go on doing … Continue reading
The short movie we made in a flash in Lapland, Finland, 350 kms above the arctic circle. A potent ode to nature and First Nations’ powerful role in harmonizing the planet created by three young Native apprentice filmmakers under my … Continue reading