| 120 minutes | 2016

Although he has only made two features to date, Nadav Lapid has already emerged as one of the most formidable voices in world cinema. After studying philosophy and history, he wrote his first feature during a residency at the Cinéfondation in Cannes in 2006. The resulting film, Le policier, a hard-hitting look inside an Israeli anti-terrorism unit, was an award-winner at Locarno in 2011. L’institutrice, and From the Diary of a Wedding Photographer, confirmed his reputation as a singularly powerful, insightful filmmaker 


Saturday October 8, 2016

Program #73
Pavillon Judith-Jasmin annexe (Salle Jean-Claude Lauzon)
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