Introduction by Martine Pierquin.
Two strangers meet through an online lift share website: a young Romanian woman, Marina, (Ana Ularu) in search of a child that was forcibly taken from her; and a Scottish musician, Murdoch (Mark Rowley), returning to the Isle of Harris to face up to the death of his violent, estranged father. As they drive the long miles from Edinburgh to the Outer Hebrides, the film moves between present and future time frames as each character imagines what they might doon arrival.
Cast Ana Ularu, Mark Rowley, Beth Macsween Director Virgina Heath I 22 mins United Kingdom (English) UK Distributor Faction North
This film was shot in the Summer of 1968 in Oakland (California) around the meetings set up by the Black Panthers Party to free Huey Newton, one of their leaders, and to turn his trial into a political debate. They tried and succeeded in catching Americans’ attention.
With Stokely Carmichael, Eldridge Cleaver, Huey P. Newton Director Agnès Varda I 31 mins I 1968 France, United States (English) I Int sales: Ciné-Tamaris
While in San Francisco for the promotion of her latest film in October 1967, Agnès Varda, tipped off by her friend Tom Luddy, gets to know a relative she had never heard of before, Jean Varda, nicknamed “Yanco”. This hitherto unknown uncle lives on a boat in Sausalito, is a painter, has adopted a hippie lifestyle and loves life. The meeting is a very happy one.
With Jean Varda, Agnès Varda, Rosalie Varda Director Agnès Varda I 22 mins I 1967 France, United States (English) I Int sales: Ciné-Tamaris
Originally launched under the brand banner of CinéFrance, CinéFile has broadened its scope from a purely French accent to encompass challenging cinema from around the globe. The company, based in Scotland but working around the UK and Ireland , has had the valuable experience of releasing widely different titles ranging from classic thriller, costume drama, youthful escapism, family comedy, to documentary and short films.
There’s never been a road movie quite like Paths of the Soul, an extraordinary chronicle of ordinary Tibetans undertaking a 1,200-mile pilgrimage to Lhasa.
In the Roya Valley located between France and Italy, thousands of migrants try to cross the
border each month in search of a better life. Cédric Herrou, a local farmer, has been welcoming migrants at his home since the beginning of the crisis, turning his backyard into a much-needed shelter.