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REVOLUTIONS & UTOPIAS

Tuesday 12 July 2016 
Ciné-Club 12, 19, 26 July and 2 August
French Cinéma

REVOLUTIONS & UTOPIAS
Ciné-Club in July 2016

with the support of IFCinéma, Institut Français

Movies with English subtitles

Tuesday 12 July - 6:30 pm - Conference Hall

JE SUIS LE PEUPLE (I AM THE PEOPLE) by Anna Roussillon
2015

Wheras the Egyptian people rises up on Tahrir Square, the villagers of the southern countryside watch the revolution on their television screens.
From the overthrow of Mubarak in the election to the fall of Morsi, the film follows these changes from the perspective of Farraj, a farmer of Luxor Valley. In the course of the daily agricultural toil, between hopes and disappointments, the change is overdue.
Tuesday 19 July - 6:30 pm - Conference Hall

LA MONTAGNE MAGIQUE by Andreï Schtakleff
2014

In Bolivia, at a time when capitalism falters, the mountain that gave birth to it is falling apart. A few kilometers away, a salt desert sharpens global appetites. Between the silver mines exploited until ravage and deposits of Lithium that will be exploited tomorrow, Bolivians try to save and imagine another world.
Tuesday 26 July - 6:30 pm - Conference Hall

HAUTES-TERRES by Marie-Pierre Brêtas
Documentary, 2014

In the Northeast of Brazil, twenty peasant families get a property after four years struggling alongside with the union that supports the landless. But the collective management proves a more challenging adventure. Guided by their hopes, these utopians farmers will build in this desolate reality, an ideal society.
Tuesday 2 August - 6:30 pm - Conference Hall

LES LENDEMAINS (THE AFTERMATH) by Bénédicte Pagnot
Drama, Fiction, 2012

After graduating from highschool, Audrey decides to continue her studies in college and leaves the family cocoon and her entourage. With her roommate, she discovers political activism. From disillusionments to difficulties, Audrey crosses the path of the young members of the GRAL, a group of squatters who invites her to live differently and offer her a new worldview. Her experience is becoming more radical.
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