A film by Stephen Burke
Freddie and Maura are getting married - but not to each other. Maura to Wilson, a Nigerian immigrant, and Freddie to the uptight Sophie for the second time. Both weddings collide when they arrive at the same hotel for their receptions!
A film by Nathalie Borgers
For the Tubu people, living in the Sahara desert is both harsh and very simple. Men and women have clearly defined roles. The men are camel breeders, the women are tied to the home. For anything a woman wants to do, she needs her husband's permission. For the women, this condition would be unbearable if it wasn't for the annual caravan that takes them on a 1500 kilometres journey on foot across the desert to collect dates. Even if the conditions are extreme, selling their date harvest brings them economic independence, pride and self confidence. Domagali, Amina and Mariama are three women whose destinies draw us into their world. Conflicts between tradition and modernity, between individual freedom and clan solidarity punctuate their stories.
A film by Hubert Gillet
Louis was abandoned by his mother when he was only a few weeks old. Now 16, he wants to know where he comes from despite the reluctance of his adoptive parents. He manages to find his birthmother and starts spying on her at the flower shop where she works until finally he tells her that he is her son. Overwhelmed by this sudden irruption from the past, Solange denies and violently rejects the truth. Delving into her former life is just too painful. Stumbling between obstacles and small victories, a pathetic but luminous relationship develops between Louis and his mother.
A film by Michele Placido
In 1968, during the leftist student revolts in Rome, a policeman who is passionate about theater agrees to go undercover as a revolutionary student to infiltrate the protestors. He then falls in love with Laura, a young idealistic student...