A film by Philippe Guedj & Phillippe Roure
How the Superheroes Conquered Hollywood...
bankrupt in late ’96, how did Marvel miraculously rise back - 15 years later -
to become the king of tent-pole movies? Who are the two shadow men who orchestrated
the incredible mutation of Marvel, which Disney then acquired at a golden price? Featuring famous
writers such as Mark Waid (Daredevil) and Mark Millar (Ultimates), as well as screenwriter
Tom Desanto (X-Men), movie-director Louis Leterrier (The Incredible Hulk), and Marvel
Studios founder Avi Arad, 'Marvel Renaissance' chronicles the battle between the
wolves of Wall Street vs the ‘Temple Guardians’.
A film by Grégoire Solotareff, Eric Omond
Wolfy is a wolf. Tom is a rabbit. Though it may seem surprising, they’ve been inseparable since childhood. Wolfy, who thought he was an orphan, learns from a gipsy that his mother is still alive. So the two friends set out to find her in the principality of Wolfenberg, the Land of the Wolves. They arrive right in the middle of the Carne Festival, an annual gathering of the world's most renowned carnivores.
Will Wolfy and Tom’s friendship survive in this land where herbivores inevitably end up as the day’s main dish?
What incredible secret lies behind Wolfy’s birth?
A film by Andreas Prochaska
arrives in a European high mountain village where he is allowed to stay before
the harsh winter. He introduces himself as a photographer from America, but
nobody suspects that the foreigner is here to take revenge.
A film by Benjamin Rocher , Thierry Poiraud
First half: For the Olympique de Paris soccer team, this away match scheduled against Caplongue was merely supposed to be one last chore before the end of the professional season. Yet no one could ever have imagined that an unknown rabies-like infection was going to spread like wildfire, turning this small town’s inhabitants into ultra-violent and highly contagious creatures.
For Samuel, the former golden boy who is nearing retirement, Idriss, the arrogant wunderkind, Coubert, the team’s depressed coach and Solène, the young ambitious journalist, this will turn into the most important confrontation of their lives.
Second half: While the rabid supporters prowl about Caplongue, which is in a state of ruin, another nightmare begins for Sam. Barricaded in the police station with other survivors, he has to face the young Cléo, his grumpy father, and Solène, who hasn't forgotten him this time. Meanwhile, Idriss and Marco, hidden in the
stadium and looking for a way to escape, are also settling a few scores along the way.
A film by Lucas Belvaux
Clement, a young Parisian philosophy professor is transferred to Arras for a year. Far from Paris and its nightlife, he doesn’t quite know what to do with his free time. Then he meets Jennifer, a pretty hairdresser who becomes his lover. While Clement’s life revolves around Kant and Proust, Jennifer’s is punctuated with chick lit, tabloids and karaoke evenings with her girlfriends. Free love and free hearts, they could live a beautiful romance together, but is it enough to bridge the social gaping and cultural divide between them?
A film by Jean-Paul Salomé
Jean, a forty-year-old struggling out-of-work actor, has hit rock bottom. Although open to any kind of work, he can't get a break. At the unemployment office, his counselor has a rather odd proposal: he can get a job helping the police reconstruct crime scenes, by standing in for the dead victim. Jean's obsession for detail impresses the detectives, allowing him to take a leading role in a sensitive investigation in Megève ski resort, during low season, after a series of murders .
A film by Tessa Louise-Salomé
In France, Leos Carax has long been branded as a mysterious, solitary filmmaker with an aversion to both the media and the public at large. Yet outside of his home country, his work takes precedence over this public image, and he is recognized as an icon of world cinema. 'Mr leos caraX' tackles this complex artist—a cult figure since his first feature—by plunging the spectator into the poetic and visionary world of his films.
By means of exclusive archival materials, interviews with his closest collaborators (such as Denis Lavant), and excerpts from his favorite films, this documentary attempts to put together a few pieces of the Carax puzzle. What emerges is an immersive and dreamlike portrait inspired by his singular artistic vision. Sit back and let yourself drift into the world of this unparalleled visual poet…
A film by Claus Drexel
Paris, at night. This is where Jeni, Wenceslas, Christine, Pascal and the others live. Homeless, they haunt the streets and bridges, and corridors of the metro; on the edge of a world where society no longer offers protection. They face us and they talk.
A film by Jacob Kornbluth
With Robert Reich as our guide, the feature film INEQUALITY FOR ALL explores the causes and consequences of the widening income gap in America and asks what it means to the future of our economy and our nation.
A film by Benoît Mariage
José is a football agent. His specialty is scouting out promising African players. When he discovers Yaya, he takes him to Belgium to make a champion out of him. He thinks he hit the jackpot, but nothing goes as planned...