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Original multilingual version subtitled in French
Release date :
04 October 2022
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The documentary marks the 13th collaboration between Morricone and his long-time friend Tornatore, for whom he has scored most of his films, including Cinema Paradiso. In addition to interviews with filmmakers and musicians, including Wong, Bernardo Bertolucci, Quentin Tarantino, Clint Eastwood and Bruce Springsteen, the film features fragments of Morricone’s private life, recordings from his concert tours, clips of films he has scored and never-before-seen archival footage.

In addition to Tornatore’s works, Morricone scored all of Sergio Leone’s films since A Fistful Of Dollars, Gillo Pontecorvo’s The Battle Of Algiers, Bernardo Bertolucci’s 1900, Roland Joffè’s The Mission, Terrence Malick’s Days Of Heaven and Brian de Palma’s The Untouchables. He has also sold more than 70 million records worldwide. In 2016, Morricone received his first Academy Award for his score to Quentin Tarantino’s The Hateful Eight (2015). He is also the recipient of a further Academy Honorary Oscar, along with three Grammy Awards, three Golden Globes, six BAFTAs, ten David di Donatello awards, two European Film Awards and other prizes.
English subtitled in French
Release date :
20 October 2022
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Paris, 1932. A charming, smooth-talking serial killer seduces and marries wealthy widows before murdering them.

Guest speaker: The movie will be preceded by a brief introductory presentation and followed by a discussion led by Pascal Bastien (UQAM history professor).
COR subtitled in French
Release date :
21 October 2022
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Hae-Joon, a seasoned detective, investigates the suspicious death of a man on a mountaintop. Soon, he begins to suspect Seo-rae, the deceased’s wife, while being unsettled by his attraction to her.
Italian subtitled in English
Release date :
01 November 2022
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During the economic boom of the 1960s, Europe’s highest building is being built in Italy’s prosperous North. At the other end of the country, young speleologists explore Europe’s deepest cave in the untouched Calabrian hinterland. The bottom of the Bifurto Abyss, 700 meters below Earth, is reached for the first time. The intruders’ venture goes unnoticed by the inhabitants of a small neighbouring village, but not by the old shepherd of the Pollino plateau whose solitary life begins to interweave with the group’s journey. Another work of nearly wordless organic beauty that touches on the mystical, Il buco chronicles a visit through unknown depths of life and nature and parallels two great voyages to the interior.
In the great tradition of comedy-ballets, Valérie Lesort and Christian Hecq stage Molière's famous bourgeois with music and dance. They devote their imagination to the excesses of Monsieur Jourdain, who dreams of nobility without taking into account the ridiculous.

Monsieur Jourdain is a rich bourgeois whose obsession is to belong to the nobility. To achieve this, he tries to acquire the manners of the quality people by multiplying the private lessons (music, dance, fencing, philosophy). He refuses to give his daughter in marriage to the young man she loves because he is not a gentleman. But he changes his mind when the latter disguises himself as a "great Turk" and offers to raise him to the dignity of "Mamamouchi" in exchange for the hand of his daughter...

Text Molière
Direction Valérie Lesort et Christian Hecq
Cast Avec les comédiens de la troupe de la Comédie-Française et les comédiens de l’Académie de la Comédie-Française