Danick Audet, Lauranne Arrighy, Léann Ménard, Sarah Soilihi, Laura Bussières, Antoine Goudaert, Mario Sautre
In his shabby basement, a young man finds an old VHS tape. The content of this tape begins as an ordinary 80s cooking show, but it quickly turns into a horror story.
U-ki Yamato, Yoko Yamanaka, Yuka Yasukawa, Hana Matsumoto, Momoko Fukuda, Kanae Higashi, Aimi Natsuto, Risa Takeuchi, Rin Shuto, Yukari Sakamoto, Ayaka Kato, Aya Igashi, Yuka Eda
This joyful omnibus film brings together 15 shorts from emerging female filmmakers from Japan, on the theme of love, gender and sexuality. Includes new works by Yoko Yamanaka (AMIKO), Aya Igashi (A CRIMSON...
Guillaume Fournier, Samuel Matteau, Yannick Nolin
The city of Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, is the theatre of the mythic Crawfish Festival. It’s just another day, in America.
A crazy scientist is on a quest to create a new, immaculate, androgynous being. Parisian nightlife icon Arielle Dombasle has made her own big-screen erotic fantasy, a kitsch and camp kaleidoscope, generous...
A painter’s brush becomes an instrument of medical inquiry — and darker digressions — in this work of alarming and innovative animation.
A grotesque gang boss (the inimitable Henry Rollins) hires a stonecold killer (the equally inimitable Stephen McHattie) to bring him the finger of a fading, drug-addicted jazz legend (also played by McHatt...
Caterpillarplasty is a satirical and psychedelic take on beauty ideologies blown out of proportion. In a technologically advanced society with ever-increasing options for body modification, people seek ext...
Animation of 53 references of films in cubism graphics.
What if the harmless muzak of your local burger joint was a tool for corporate control? Don’t miss Vinegar Syndrome’s gorgeous 2K restoration of the West German post-punk/proto-cyberpunk film, co-starring ...
Olivier A. Dubois
A visit of the intriguing "Museo de las Momias de Guanajuato" commented by a person who knows the place for a long time and its terrible secret.
Yann-Manuel Hernandez, Laetitia Demessence
In the process of cooking, a middle-class man cuts himself. A lot.
A cavalcade of heretofore unheard-of critters, great and small, cute and hirsute.
Hanoïed is an endless train ride in the heat of Vietnam.
A typhoon of typographic turmoil tears through the pages of a notebook.
Made using the technique of pinscreen animation, Jim Zipper is a musical exploration inspired by various pictorial movements of the first half of the 20th century.
A surreal journey into small-town girlhood centred around a vanished student, this feminist teen Noir is a work of unbridled creativity, with trace elements of Lynch, high school dramedies and Giallo cinem...
Five characters in crisis, from different parts of the world, confide in with the experimental master. Each segment is unique — druggy, horrific or intimate — in this hypnotic collection of filmic correspo...
Former Montrealer Yves Paradis’ animated experiment in improvisational narrative yields breathtaking results – a mesmerizing science-fiction journey.
A little girl lost an object she dearly love; little things, they are worthless and they are priceless.
Mike Pinkney, Michael Reich
Three women embark on a picnic.
A lethal flash of desperation liberates a shoe-creature, but her freedom is illusory. The startling stop-motion fairy-tale SHE is a scissor-sharp indictment of the patriarchal-industrial complex, construct...
"Hey, don't take it out on me. Nothing's free. We know that it's the truth. Here's the proof. Don't turn your back on me. Wait and see. I'll go to hell with you. Here's the proof."
Subtle shifts attend a cycle of circumstances in this eerie puzzle box of a picture.
A liberated pastiche of epic poem and ancient tales, informed by folk-art motifs, pop psychedelia and an abundance of profound symbolism. Restored right off the camera negatives, this Hungarian animated cl...