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Jacques Nolot

“I have nothing to do with the typical gay cinema. In fact I'm against it. I choose not to comfort the spectator.”

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    SOUTH TERMINAL

    Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche France, 2019

    The latest film by Algerian-French auteur Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche is an engrossing drama tinged with a thriller’s suspense. Echoing Casablanca’s hero fighting to keep wartime neutrality and Transit’s clever use of an unnamed locale, Ameur-Zaïmeche vividly tells a timeless story of paramount urgency.

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    THE FORBIDDEN ROOM

    Guy Maddin, Evan Johnson Canada, 2015

    One of cinema’s great eccentrics, Guy Maddin takes the relics of film history to peaks of delirium in The Forbidden Room, co-directed with Evan Johnson. Bizarre cinematic dreamscapes unfurl before our eyes, as interwoven stories jostle up against each other, playing out like a cinephile’s acid trip.

    AGE OF UPRISING: THE LEGEND OF MICHAEL KOHLHAAS

    Arnaud des Pallières France, 2013

    As gritty and austere as it is beautiful and explosive, Age of Uprising tells a sweeping story of personal justice coinciding with the decline of feudalism. Mads Mikkelsen’s brooding intensity matches the vengeful determination of the protagonist, resulting in a fiercely compelling performance.

    SMUGGLERS' SONGS

    Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche France, 2011

    The first non-contemporary drama from Rabah Ameur-Zaïmeche finds revolutionary fervor in the air following the death of a Robin Hood-like outlaw. Playfully inventive in its digitally-captured recreation of the past, Smugglers’ Songs features a barnstorming turn from fellow director, Jacques Nolot.

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