Lucrecia Martel / Argentina, Mexico, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, USA, France, Brazil / 2017 / 115 min / Spanish
A remote South American colony in the late eighteenth century. While Spanih corregidor Don Diego de Zama endlessly awaits his transfer to a more prestigious location, he falls victim to passion and paranoia.
Isabelle Favez / Switzerland, France, Belgium / 2019 / 26 min / live dubbing, French / 3+
Zibilla is different and children at school don’t accept her. When she unintentionally falls into an exciting adventure and meets a wild lion, she gains the self‐confidence to roar back.
Zombi Child Zombi Child
Bertrand Bonello / France / 2019 / 103 min / French
French director Bertrand Bonello uses zombies as a metaphor for historical trauma whose echoes re-emerge to haunt new generations of white elites.
Arthur de Pins, Alexis Ducord / France, Belgium / 2017 / 80 min / French
Zombillenium is an amusement park like no other: only genuine werewolves, vampires, zombies are employed there… for eternity. One day, Hector, a young compliance officer, comes to control the park’s safety and threatens to shut it down. Francis, the vampire who manages the park, has no choice but to bite him to protect their secret. Hector, transformed into an oddball monster, gets separated from his daughter Lucie, and finds himself trapped in the park. He is not a happy monster. And what if he were to become the new star attraction of Zombillenium?
Ivan I. Tverdovski / Russia, Germany, France / 2016 / 91 min / Russian
A fantastic story about a woman who one day grows a tail, Zoology is a candid narrative about self-reinvention in mature years.
Zorn (2010-2016) Zorn (2010-2016)
Mathieu Amalric / France / 2017 / 54 min / English
The friendship between Mathieu Amalric and John Zorn goes back to 2010. Every time they meet Amalric grabs his camera. These two films are the result
Zorn III (2018–2022) Zorn III (2018–2022)
Mathieu Amalric / France / 2022 / 82 min / English
Mathieu Amalric has been filming New York composer and saxophonist John Zorn for twelve years. This time, Zorn asked opera singer Barbara Hannigan to perform his song Jumalattaret, inspired by Finnish pagan goddesses.