Heal the Living

Heal the Living

Ivory Coast-born filmmaker Katell Quillévére adapts Maylis de Kerangal’s Booker Prize–longlisted novel for this elegant and affecting film which draws three seemingly unrelated stories together into a tale about the moment when tragedy meets hope. [Synopsis courtesy of Toronto International Film Festival]


The story of three close friends who are involved in a love-triangle. [Synopsis provided by imdb]

Laurence Anyways

The story of impossible love between a man and a woman after the man decided to have a sex change.


The new film from celebrated director and cinematographer André Turpin is an intoxicating cinematic puzzle that intertwines the lives of three seemingly unconnected characters. [Synopsis courtesy of TIFF]

All Yours

Young Argentine Lucas arrives in a small Belgian town to visit gay bakery owner Henry, who fell in love with him through the internet; Lucas strutted his erotic stuff online in the hope of securing a better future for himself. Henry buys him a plane ticket to Europe, expecting in return that Lucas will not only share his bed but also help out at the bakery. However, their ideas about living together differ greatly. On top of that, Lucas gets to know a Canadian woman named Audrey and her son Jeff. [Synopsis courtesy of Karlovy Vary International Film Festival]

Gare du Nord

Paris, North Station, anything comes by, even trains. One would like to stay, but they have to hurry up… Like other thousands lives crossing, Ismael, Mathilde, Sacha and Joan are going to meet here...