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Original multilingual version subtitled in French
Général
Release date :
08 May 2020
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Botero (STF)
BOTERO is a poetic behind-the scenes chronicle of the life and art of Fernando Botero, an intensely private painter and sculptor. Viewers will be inspired to see his commitment to a unique artistic vision power his rise from provincial Colombia to become "the Maestro," still active in his studio at 86 years old. This film was shot in 10 cities in China, Colombia, France, Italy, Monaco and the United States. BOTERO the documentary offers a unique opportunity for us to get up close and personal with a living legend. He is the greatest living artist with the highest number of museum exhibitions, the greatest number of books published about him, the greatest international appeal and with the greatest number of people attending his exhibitions. 100 major museum exhibitions in more than 40 countries, 4.7 million visits in three years.
 
Spanish subtitled in English
En attente de classement
Release date :
08 May 2020
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Yuli (STA)
Yuli tells the life story of celebrated Cuban dancer Carlos Acosta, as well as the story of how a child became a dancer. Yuli is the nickname given to Carlos Acosta by his father, Pedro, who considers him the son of Ogun, an African god and a fighter. As a child Yuli avoids discipline and education, his father, sends him to the National Ballet School of Cuba. The boy in years, becomes the first black dancer to be cast in some of the most prestigious companies such as the Royal Ballet in London. Directed by Icíar Bollaín from the script by Ken Loach’s legendary screenwriter Paul Laverty, and featuring Acosta as himself, Yuli is a vibrant, warm, powerful film about art, identity, sacrifice, courage, family, and determination.
 
French 
En attente de classement
Release date :
08 May 2020
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Femmes des casernes
FEMMES DES CASERNES is an immersive, gender and genre bending documentary, which delves into the masculine world of firefighting… as lived by five charismatic firewomen. The film follows the work of these women as they devote themselves to a most untraditional pursuit, and showcase two stages in a firefighter’s trajectory: the challenges of newbies who try to get hired by the Montreal Fire Department and life on the force as full-time squad members. For an entirely new kind of chick flick-cinéma vérité style-that lays bare the exciting, dangerous, controversial and untraditional world of women who have chosen to spite prejudice, blaze their own trail, and follow their fiery passion.
 
Original multilingual version subtitled in English
En attente de classement
Release date :
08 May 2020
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This Is Not a Movie (STF)
For nearly 40 years, Robert Fisk has been one of the most important reporters of Middle East conflicts. He has an uncompromising ethical sense, which led him to leave the Times for the Independent in the 1980s to avoid having to submit to political pressure. Fisk tirelessly continues to venture into conflict zones in search of stories that capture the complexities of the situation on the ground. Looking back on Fisk’s career from the beginning, when he was a reporter of the troubles in Ireland, Yung Chang lets Fisk do the talking as he follows him in his work and questions him about his vision of journalism and his views of the world today. Both humble and meticulous, the reporter delivers an invaluable lesson in history and journalism.
 
 
 
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Cinéspectacle

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