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The Eclipse

Award Winners Documentary Women Directors

In the personal and poetic documentary, Nataša Urban (b. 1977) revisits the conflict that tore Yugoslavia apart through the prism of her immediate family and friends' often reluctant recollections, piercing a web of self-protective amnesia.

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4:00 pm
Fri Sep 30
The Cinematheque
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6:30 pm
Sun Oct 09
The Cinematheque
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Day After...

Award Winners

The Rocket—a paddle steamer—has been ferrying rich and poor through Bangladesh for the best part of a century. This kinetic and artfully chaotic hybrid documentary immerses us in a two-day journey and gives us a vivid snapshot of the country.

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12:15 pm
Sat Oct 01
International Village 8
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6:15 pm
Sat Oct 08
The Cinematheque
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Sick of Myself

Comedy Drama

When her boyfriend becomes a cause célèbre in conceptual art circles, Signe’s (Kristine Kujath Thorp) attention junkie tendencies hit overdrive. Inhaling banned meds in order to incur hideous side effects, she’s elated when a wave of sympathy follows.

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9:30 pm
Wed Oct 05
The Rio Theatre
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9:15 pm
Sun Oct 09
VIFF Centre - Vancity Theatre
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Once Upon a Time in Calcutta

Award Winners Drama

Aditya Vikram Sengupta explores the depths and vagaries of the human condition through an agoraphobic recluse, a young man working in a chit fund, and a TV host striking out for a new life against the backdrop of a crumbling, nostalgia-mired Calcutta.

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3:30 pm
Thu Oct 06
The Cinematheque
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8:45 pm
Sat Oct 08
International Village 8
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