films list by dates
Man, That Old Sick Animal ( 2020 )
a film by Simone Fluhr, 83'I meet Jean-Luc Nancy wondering what it means to make philosophy his destiny. Something that may seem strange, even foreign to most of us.
Dreams In Progress ( 2019 )
a film by Hélène Rastegar, 92'It all started when Renaud and friends squatted an abandoned house. "House Mimir", as they named it, becomes a social, arts space.
Shores ( 2016 )
a film by Simone Fluhr 74'.What does it mean to live on the street? For so long and in all kinds of weather? Their names are Johnny, Monique, Jean-Luc.
A Tomb for Khun Srun ( 2015 )
a film by Eric Galmard, 67'Khem looks into her father's history, Khun Srun, a Cambodian writer who joined the ranks of the Khmer Rouge in 1973 and was executed by them in 1978.
The Name of the 86 ( 2015 )
a film by Emmanuel Heyd and Raphael Toledano, 63'86 Jews selected in the camp of Auschwitz were deported in the summer of 1943 to the Natzweiler-Struthof camp where a gas chamber was specially equipped to kill them.
The Little Spark ( 2014 )
a film by Simone Fluhr and Daniel Coche, 57'.Solange Fernex died in september 2006. She was one of the very first activists at the beginning of the ecological fight. This film is a portrait of the woman who first defended the architectural heritage of her country and also nature and animal life.
The Shining Stars ( 2011 )
a film by Simone Fluhr and Daniel Coche, 94' In a yellow house, situated at the heart of Strasbourg, people come from all over the world with a glimmer of hope to find refuge from the persecutions, which have forced them into exile.
Come Away with Me ( 2011 )
a film by Anne-Noëlle Gaessler, 52'Four girls move into a bungalow in the Emmaus community in Strasbourg. They came all the way from Europe or Asia, to share the Companions' daily life and work for a few weeks.
Alfonso and Company ( 2009 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 60'Alfonso is the founder and the emblematic figure of the Gospel choir: Gospel Kids, which is still growing up and brings together children from Strasbourg's districts.
The First Screening ( 2009 )
a film by Daniel Coche, 17' Salamatou, Moussa and Alassane go up and down in the bush and along the banks of Niger, to organize screenings of films in isolated villages without electricity, where no picture has been screened yet. A film with no dialogue or voice-over. Watch it here in its entirely.
Vote for Dreams ( 2008 )
a film by Julia Laurenceau, 63'Dreams, fears and anger. Vote for Dreams shows Camille, Julien and the director Julia. Their first meeting was during the students' strike against the French governement in 2006, in Strasbourg city.
Open Heart ( 2008 )
a film by Daniel Coche & Simone Fluhr, 77' Several times each year, they are 13.000 Km away from home, in a hospital in Laos. They come from Luxemburg, Strasbourg, Freiburg: they are surgeons, pediatricians, nurses, anaesthetists,...
Anissoroma, My Friends ( 2007 )
a film by Christian von der Heyden, 52'"In 1978, I travelled for the first time in West Africa. More than a quarter of century later, I’m going back there, trying to find the people who had a strong influence on the young man I was back then..."
The Expectation ( 2007 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 83'"Six years ago, my wife announced me that I was going to become a father. I took my camera and I filmed for the next nine months, to ward off the fear within me."
"La Casa" in the Streets ( 2006 )
a film by Daniel Coche & Simone Fluhr, 45'Just like a note book full of words and pictures covering the years from 2000 to 2006, this film bears witness to groups of asylum seekers drifting through Strasbourg.
I Enjoyed Singing ( 2006 )
a film by Anne-Noëlle Gaessler, 35' A portrait of the stage actor Claude Duparfait who has worked for many years with the stage director Stéphane Braunschweig.
A Season Without Hunger ( 2005 )
a film by Daniel Coche, 88'Twenty years after the historic call by Coluche on the French radio "Europe 1", the "Restaurants of Heart" still exist and have become a true charitable institution. Shot in Strasbourg, during winter, the film shows volunteers who help poor people who receive goods to survive.
Deep Rooted ( 2005 )
a film by Damien Frish, 51'Yvette, Léon and the others are between 70 and 80 years old. They live in different countrysides, but each of them has been living in the same house for years, in this land where they were born.
Emile Gallé, Nature in Art ( 2005 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 26' The work of Emile Gallé (1846-1904) is one of the essential references in Art Nouveau. The master of the "Ecole de Nancy" was a glassmaker, a furniture designer, a ceramist, but also a committed humanist and a well-known botanist who has left an important scientific work.
Nothing, But Too Much ( 2004 )
a film by Daniel Coche, 16'Packaging represent more than a third of the countain of our garbage...
André Weckmann ( 2003 )
a film by Daniel Coche , 52'André Weckmann is the author of multiple works: poetic, romantic, satiric works... written in three languages: Alsacian, French, German.
Cult-Film ( 2003 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 28'Some aspects of the intellectual, spiritual and physical preparation of a pastor in the days that precede service.
Emilio from Hohwald ( 2003 )
a film by Regina De Almeida, 52' In 1907 Emile Kuntz's father left Alsace, then German, for Brazil, where he died tragically a few days after his arrival. Nearly a century later, Emile does not know much about this story but this mystery has haunted him like Brazil fascinates him.
Music and Musicians ( 2003 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 52'Yuko, coming from Japan, improves her drumming and Adrian, surrounded by a family of musicians, plays the piano, cello and electric guitar.
The Calm of the Poisoned River ( 2001 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 23'August 1999, my partner, a photographer, notices a man in a hospital. The day of the eclipse, she recognizes the man in the crowd and takes photos of him, with his permission...
Days of Exile ( 2001 )
a film by Daniel Coche, 52' After a tortuous journey that began in Ukrainian mountains, African cities or Sri Lankan countrysides, David, Rémy, Lilianne, Balan and Uma have arrived on the banks of the Rhine.
Second Skin ( 2001 )
a film by Damien Fritsch , 26' A documentary about people wearing uniforms or costumes. Who are they with, and who are they without their second skin? The film explores these questions through different characters: a policeman, a priest, a clown, a drag queen...
Ladies Dreaming ( 2000 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 26'Recognized today as well as other dances, belly dancing has spread beyond the East and reached Europe. But what does that dance mean when danced by European women?
The World at the Fingertips ( 2000 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 53'“I see neither forms nor light, nothing, absolutely nothing. But I’m not in the dark, I see nothing“, says Jean-Michel, who is blind from birth, like the other characters in the film.
A Narrow Escape ( 1999 )
a film by Daniel Coche, 27'Henri Keller, a former miner born in 1933, has spent over 30 years of his life traveling from one mine to another; from Mulhouse to deepest Africa, passing through Morocco and Britain.
Dear Ademir ( 1998 )
a film by Daniel Coche and Simone Fluhr, 34' Ademir Kenovic is a filmmaker in Sarajevo. During the war in Bosnia, he stayed in Sarajevo and filmed its inhabitants.
Feu de tout bois ( 1998 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 23' Autumn 1995, the sculptor Alain Ligier exhibits his statues in Orangerie Park in Strasbourg. Walk with the artist...
A Painstaking Job ( 1998 )
a film by Daniel Coche , 52'Louis and Bernard, who have just retired, have decided to support some Yougoslavian refugees and deserters.
Liberty, Equality, Fraternity ( 1997 )
a film by Daniel Coche and Damien Fritsch, 32' A totalitarian party holds a congress in the capital of Europe. Citizens, cultural associations, political organizations, all decide to react to this event.
Anne ( 1996 )
un film de Damien Fritsch, 59'Anne is an artist and a painter, but Anne has stopped to paint. Anne decides to go back to work again and the director decides to film her return to work, her evolution.
Paper Heads ( 1996 )
a film by Dusan Hanak, 96'The film depicts the mechanismes and facets of the communist ideology that collapsed in 1989, at the very moment when the desire for freedom of the Czech and Slovak people became an irresistible force.
The Widows' Ball ( 1996 )
a film by Damien Fritsch, 61'Every year, in Munster, in the region of Alsace, a ball with a strange name takes place: the Widows' Ball. Disguised and masked, women are the ones who invite men to the dance.
The History of a High School ( 1995 )
a film by Daniel Coche and Damien Fritsch, 100'When evoking schoolboy life, what do we remember? The film is a story of the Stanislas secondary school of Wissembourg.
The Parenthesis ( 1995 )
a film by Anne-Noëlle Gaessler, 35'The discovery of a world often publicized but in reality unknown: Emmaus communities and their Companions.
Horla ( 1989 )
a film by Daniel Coche, 49'A man in the countryside, accompanied by his valet and his linen maid. Mister is ill, Mister travels, Mister is scared. Nothing can be done. Mister tries to stimulate himself, to react, but his will seems to collide with the strength of madness. Delirium begins.
Back From the Supermarket ( 1989 )
a film by Daniel Coche, 7' When you get back from the supermarket, what do you do?
Letter of an Exile Time ( 1989 )
a film by Borhane Alaouie, 51' The internal exile - four characters: Abdallah Karim, a former militia.. Karim, an unemployed journalist living in Paris... Rizkallah, a car salesman who works in Brussels...