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Backlash: Misogyny in the Digital Age

V.O.: Je vous salue salope
Can. 2022. Documentary by Léa Clermont-Dion, Guylaine Maroist. Misogynistic online harassment, as experienced by a Quebec teacher, an Italian parliamentarian, an African-American congresswoman and a French blogger.
Runtime: 80 min.

The Velvet Queen

V.O.: La Panthère des neiges
Fr. 2021. Documentary by Marie Amiguet, Vincent Munier. In the heart of the Tibetan highlands, the photographer Vincent Munier leads the writer Sylvain Tesson in his quest for the snow leopard.
Runtime: 92 min
Can. 1970. Documentary by Arthur Lamothe. Workers speak out following an accident on a construction site.
Runtime: 98 min.

The Monopoly of Violence

V.O.: Un pays qui se tient sage
Fr. 2020. Documentary by David Dufresne. Faced with the repression of the Yellow Vests movement in France, citizens from different backgrounds are questioning the use of violence by the state.
Runtime: 86 min.
Can. 1978. Documentary by Serge Giguère, Robert Tremblay.
Runtime: 102 min.

Last Breath - At the Heart of the Hôtel-Dieu

V.O.: Le Dernier souffle - Au coeur de l'Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal
Can. 2017. Documentary by Annabel Loyola. The last two years of the Hôtel-Dieu de Montréal, as experienced by the nursing staff, patients, and nuns who still live there.
Runtime: 72 min.
Can. 2015. Documentary by Richard Brouillette. In March 2000, Bernard Maris, economic columnist for Charlie Hebdo, launches into an expos
Runtime: 79 min.
Norv. 1976. Biography by Peter Watkins with Geir Westby, Gro Fraas, Stormack Kare. The life of a Norwegian painter of the late nineteenth century.
Runtime: 174 min.

My Best Friend

V.O.: Mein Liebster Feind
All. 1999. Documentary by Werner Herzog with Klaus Kinski. The filmmaker Werner Herzog recounts his sometimes difficult, sometimes harmonious relationship with the famous actor Klaus Kinski.
Runtime: 100 min.
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