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Utopia, How To Get There

De weg naar het eindpunt van de samenleving is lang en moeilijk. Deze korte films geselecteerd door Festival de Nouveau Cinéma Montreal tonen het haast onbegaanbare pad dat je af moet leggen om er te komen.

Tickets

Zaterdag 9 - 19:30 - LUX 2 € 7,00 / € 8,50

Ceci est un message officiel

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Ceci est un message officiel

Matthew Rankin launches a failed campaign of absolute inter-human solidarity entirely in Esperanto, the artificial language of world peace. Matthew Rankin / Art film / Canada / / 4

By The Time We Got To Expo

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By The Time We Got To Expo

A re-reading of the expo's symbol of the globe evokes not only memories of the era's pride in technological progress, but also emphasize the aesthetic force of its celebration. Eva Kolcze / Documentary / Canada / / 4

The Broken Altar

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The Broken Altar

The Broken Altar is a portrait of open-air theaters documented under the strange light of day, emptied of the once present hum of human voices, radioed-in soundtracks and tires on gravel. Mike Rollo / Documentary / Canada / / 20

Fly, Fly Sadness

Vole, vole tristesse

Fly, Fly Sadness

Following a nuclear explosion that transforms the voice of all the inhabitants of an island, a Finnish journalist goes there in order to find a hermit with mysterious powers. Myriam Charles / Fiction / Canada / / 5

Hydro-Levesque

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Hydro-Levesque

Only the electrifying courage and love of Québec nationalism can save the citizens of Winnipeg from committing mass suicide. Matthew Rankin / Fiction / Canada / / 16

Springtime in Greenland

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Springtime in Greenland

The 1981 short that crystallized Paizs's deeply ironic style stars the director himself as a dark presence in sunny suburbia. John Paizs / Fiction / Canada / 1981 / 24