In order to continue our mission which we hold so dearly, despite the restrictions, and driven by the desire to take you on a journey through the eyes of the directors we cherish the most, we present you a special selection of films followed by discussions and debates as well as animated films with workshops for the little ones with Cinépilou to watch online.
Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme take viewers back in time with the French Documentary "Le Joli Mai". By incorporating multiple interviews from various Parisian citizens, this documentary delivers daily life in France during the 1960s to viewers in a way that unpacks unfiltered opinions and thoughts about the political and cultural state of France in the past.
By following the journey of an FN activist, this remarkable documentary explores both the psyche of an activist and that of a party with a troubled past. The film is followed by a debate with the director Etienne Chaillou and political scientist Pascal Perrineau, a specialist in electoral sociology.
Screening preceded by the short film Shakira, followed by a talk with its director and actress of the film Noémie Merlant. 1770. Marianne is a painter and has to paint the wedding portrait of Héloïse, a young woman who has just left the convent. Héloïse resists her destiny as a wife by refusing to pose.
Cinépilou welcomes back the Owl of the cinema! This time, she returns with "Les ritournelles de la Chouette", a compilation of short films on the theme of humility and simplicity... a programme full of wisdom, recommended for children aged 3 and over.
Followed by a Q&A with the director and the composer, winner of the 2021 César for best original soundtrack. Paris 2018. Jin, a young undocumented immigrant, is a VTC driver under the thumb of the Chinese mafia. One night, Naomi, a stripper and bewitching call girl, gets into his car.
During years of solitude in an Alsatian village following the end of a relationship, Frank Beauvais found solace in the screen by watching films obsessively. He then crafted an audiovisual diary by editing shots of the films he was devouring.