1. A film by Gilles Delmas, 52', 2013
    A poetic trip of the Heraclitus junk, launched through a 2011-2014 expedition to explore the cultural stories of the people from the mediterranean sea harbours.
    From Sète to Tabarka, the author focuses on the boat which he considers as a character. He follows its intercultural crew and build through some intimates stories from the sailors a theatral performance based on language, territories and the Mediterranean sea.

    Voyage poétique de la jonque l’Héraclitus, lancée dans une expédition 2011-2014 pour explorer les histoires culturelles des peuples des ports de la méditerranée.
    De Sète à Tabarka, l’auteur porte son regard sur le bateau qu’il traite comme un personnage. Il suit l’équipage interculturel dans la navigation et construit à travers les histoires intimes des marins une performance théâtrale basée sur le langage, les territoires et la mer méditerranée.

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  2. Talented dancer Akram Khan introduces us to his native country, Bangladesh, and to its people, as seen through his eyes.

    Tossed back and forth between England and Bangladesh, he is a child of the great migrations of 1971. By returning to this country that he does not know, he becomes a stranger to himself, despite the buried link that he seeks through his art. His return opens a path to manifold questions about his life and his relationship with his father, who grew up in the country with a different vision of work and social success.

    In this country, where migration has become a means of survival, migrant families find themselves immersed in other countries, with very different cultures. Their children grow up in a very different space, with complex conflicts in values. Dance is a through line, a thematic thread. It is experienced as a political art form that speaks of the world in which we live.

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  3. A trailer for a Doris Buttignol documentary film, 52' & 90', (Original French Version with English Subtittles)

    -It was as Virginie that corporal Vincent Lamarre
    enrolled in the Canadian Army. As
    he did his coming out to his superiors, he
    surprisingly founds his hierarchy back him
    unconditionally as his family did. The movie relates Vincent’s sexual
    transition with the support of his chain of
    command. What defines a man? His testosterone?
    His penis? His warrior spirit?

    Pour l’état civil, le caporal Vincent Lamarre, est encore Virginie Lamarre. Avec le soutien de sa famille et l’aval de sa hiérarchie, Vincent a entamé un processus de changement de sexe pris en charge par les services médicaux des Forces Armées canadiennes. Conformer son corps à son identité ressentie le confronte à ces interrogations profondes : Qu’est-ce qui définit un homme ? Le taux de testostérone ? Le pénis ? Les performances physiques ? L’esprit guerrier ? Le regard des autres ?

    a coproduction Lardux Films (France) - Fata Morgana (Canada)

    Lardux Films : Films Spéciaux pour personnes Spéciales !

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  4. Le monde est petit, Montreuil est vaste.
    Le film est la traversée subjective d’une ville de caractère, un voyage dans une époque paradoxale, un tour du monde à l’endroit où l’on est, emmenés par des personnages bigarrés, miséreux et splendides, ordinaires et rares. Des petites histoires qui en tissent une seule, qui contribuent peut-être à réfléchir sans juger.

    The world is small. Montreuil is Huge.
    Kapital is the personal journey through a city-world blissful and difficult, a contemporary voyage through people, destitute and magnificent, ordinary and rare.
    Kapital is a round-the-world trip right here where I am with the cinema as a mean of locomotion.

    A 93mn graced and human documentary film by pier emanuel petit, a TVM Cinéplume coproduction with lardux films
    Lardux Films : Special Films for Special People !

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  5. (original japanese and english version)

    Horitoshi Sensei is one of the last accomplished masters of irezumi, the art of traditional Japanese tattoo.
    Pascal is a young French journalist specialized in tattoo who discovered Horitoshi’s designs in a magazine and decided to go to Tokyo to have all his back tattooed by the master. When the film starts, Pascal is at his 4th trip. Pascal is our guide in this travel to discover irezumi. He meets all sorts of people linked to the irezumi world, men and women, young and older people who still believe in the power of this unique artistic expression in body modification.

    a documentary feature film by Pamela Valente and Pascal Bagot, 70mn, 2011, japanese and english original version subtitle in english
    une production Lardux films : Special Films for Special People...

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