10 Minutes Infused with absurdist humor and a sense of ennui, Lafleur’s film hones in on young adults at existential crossroads.
Twenty-something Nicole is adrift after college, working a dead-end summer job in her small Quebec hometown and spending evenings with her best pal, Véronique.
Abraham, one of the survivors, walks through a graveyard of shipwrecks and vividly remembers the nightmarish experience.
15 Minutes DIRECTOR: DANIEL FERREIRA - (ITALY) A humble and solitary robot is stuck in a repetitive life, turning wheels and cogs all day to produce his only means of survival—until he finds a way to feed his heart instead.
But like many other young immigrant Swedes, she finds herself an outcast and barely surviving on irregular work and hard partying.“The hills are alive with the sound of gunfire in this alpine revenge drama, a superior genre piece which applies classic western tropes to a remote Austrian mountain village.”— Winner of all the top Italian film awards, this stylish ensemble piece offers a powerful commentary on Italian social class, privilege, and the value of human life in a crucible. As details emerge of the events leading up to the accident, the lives of the privileged and detached Bernaschi family intertwine with the Rovellis, who struggle to keep up appearances and their comfortable middle-class life.A taut character study that observes the transformative events from each character’s perspective, the result is a nuanced account of desire and greed...FILM REVIEW The formerly luxurious Hotel Nueva Isla in Old Havana is now in ruins, but it is home to people living on the fringes of society, like the retired public servant Jorge.Abandoned by his wife and children, Jorge’s only motivation, like a Don Quixote forgotten and gone astray, is to continue a quest he’s followed for years: dig among the dangerous ruins of the hotel, where he is convinced that the former owners hid valuable objects before fleeing the Cuban Revolution.