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RIDM 2017 - Final Weekend

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RIDM 2017 enter their last weekend and there is plenty to see. Closing film, Nothingwood (Review here : ——-), is shown Saturday at Concordia University SGWU, (H-110) and there is a reprise Sunday at Cinémathèque Québécoise, 1PM. 305 more words

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RIDM 2017 : NOTHINGWOOD (Afghanistan - Germany - France) Closing film

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«Is the road potentially dangerous?» inquires director Sonia Kronlund, talking to her leading man, Salim Shaheen, in Nothingwood. If there is a fatal explosion, «we’ll both die for the glory of Cinema» is Shaleen answer. 251 more words

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RIDM 2017: City of the Sun (Georgia - 2017)

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Rati Oneli’s hypnotically impressive City of the sun brings us at the center of a disturbing abyss.

In the Georgian mining town of Chiatura, people seem abandoned by the rest of civilization. 227 more words

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RIDM 2017: A Modern Man (Germany/Denmark– 2017)


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Don’t be fooled by silly synopses about Eva Mulvad’s A Modern Man. Many insinuate a tale of a hoity-toity, body and fashion-conscious, rich hunk. 562 more words

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RIDM 2017: Antoine (Quebec, 2008)

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Laura Bari’s Antoine is a delightful documentary about the imagination and creativity of children. At the helm of a playtime detective agency, Antoine Hoang is the most resourceful of his group of friends. 278 more words

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RIDM 2017: DREAM BOX (Belgium 2017)

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Tokushima Kanri Center on Japan’s Shikoku Island. In the middle of the forest, a cold grey building. Stray cats and dogs are delivered. 94 more words

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RIDM 2017: Qu'Importe la Gravité (Quebec, 2017)

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Matthieu Brouillard’s Qu’Importe La Gravité begins with some food for thought: Without understanding the psychology of weightlessness – the nostalgia for lightness – we cannot understand the psychology of gravity – “that which makes us heavy, weary, slow, falling beings.” (Gaston Bachelard). 316 more words

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