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2015, Hélicotronc, 90 min, France/Belgium, Dir: Vania Leturcq

Clotilde (Constance Rousseau) and Aude (Jenna Thiam) have been best friends for virtually all of their 18 years, having grown up together in a small village in the South of France. After their graduation, Clotilde decides to continue her studies in Paris; though Aude accompanies her, it may be the point where their paths finally diverge. In French with English subtitles.

2012, Hélicotronc/Résonances, 81 min, Belgium/Haiti, Dir: Jonas D'Adesky

Director Jonas D'Adesky was documenting relief efforts in Haiti when he was inspired to create this fictional look at a disaster from a child’s point of view. 12-year-old Vitaleme and his two friends live in an orphanage in Port-au-Prince. Troubled by memories of work as a servant, the boy yearns to bust out of the home with his pals. The three find the freedom they seek when an earthquake hits; out on the street, they struggle to survive and gradually rebuild their lives. In Creole with English subtitles.

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