Women on tour: Along the southern Turkish coast, a theater group gives guest performances in one village after another. Shakespeare's "King Lear" is on the program. The highlight is that all the male roles are played by women.
Acting increases their self-esteem and helps them to forget their worries. Along the way, they shake up life in many a village, questioning customs of patriarchal society.
This film opens up a whole new view of women in Turkey, a
nd unlike the gloomy original, QUEEN LEAR also invites laughter.
How can he use this voice, now that he has an audience around the world? How can he identify the battles to be waged? How can he become a "Citizen Nobel"?
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, which he received for developing cryo-electron microscopy along with two other laureates, changed Jacques Dubochet's life. People recognize him on the street and approach him.
Benjamin is a nurse, Aude is a dance teacher, six years of love unite them strongly since their encounter in a club, when Benjamin was still called Sarah. Six years of struggle before Benjamin finally obtained his legal identity of male, towards which he is progressively transforming his body.
But their desire for a child totally shakes up their equilibrium and forces them to try and redefine their place in and their relationship to the world. They are now stepping into totally unknown territory, because their only solution for having a child is that Benjamin carry the baby.
In sun-bathed Crimea before the Russian invasion, 17-year-old Olya, accompanied by her easygoing friend, Sasha, musters the courage to meet her biological father for the first time.
Right before they meet Olya's father, the two decide to switch roles. At first, the whole situation seems to work out well, but soon Sergey, Olya's father, becomes suspicious.
How can you become a parent in France as a lesbian, gay or trans person if the laws forbid you to do so?
Using the example of her own artificially inseminated pregnancy, Emilie Jouvet presents the difficulties faced by queer people who wish to have children in France.
The merciless fighting between Christian and Druze militia in the region around Mount Lebanon ended in reprisals against civilians - in the form of massacres and displacement.
Entire villages were evacuated and destroyed. When reconciliation was officially declared in 1994, Christians were allowed to return to their villages. In the village of Aïn al-Halazoun, only one man decided to return to his village for good.
In the months following the terrorist attacks in Paris, youth took control of the night. A community has emerged, seeking to belong in a world it doesn't understand and trying to change the rules.
Young director Matthieu Bareyre has immersed himself in the night with them, trying to capture their voices and their hopes.
Milan Kundera, the most famous Czech writer, is shrouded in mystery. What has earned him the status of a legendary author? What is so unique about his work?
Since he has not given an interview in 30 years, we are obliged to get to acquaint ourselves with him through his wor. His essays, and the philosophical arguments in his novels reveal a lot.
Through the story of a student who has the fantastic opportunity to interview Kundera, we learn more about the message of Kundera's work, how and why his stories still move us and force us to think not only about the protagonist, but also about ourselves!
"This film includes fascinating archival footage, and focuses on the man, his writing, his wisdom, and his philosophy of life." (Film Art).