King Coal

The central Appalachian region, associated with coal mining, shapes local life. Elaine McMillion Sheldon's documentary weaves the past and present myths of this unique region. "King Coal" poetically explores the transformation of this environment, dominated by wild beauty and mysterious stories.

People of the sea

During the short lobster season, fishermen and plant workers are the economic mainstays of the Magdalen Islands. In a market dominated by the United States, the fragility of the fishery and the future of seafaring and island culture are obvious.

After Work

In 1958, Hannah Arendt predicted a society without work. After Work explores this current reality and the quest for meaning in economies such as Italy, the USA, South Korea and Kuwait.

Le balai libéré

In the 1970s, cleaning ladies from the Catholic University of Louvain threw out their employer and founded Le Balai Libéré, a cleaning cooperative. Decades later, today's staff question the relevance of bossless work by meeting these pioneers.


Ten years after the opening of the gigantic Malartic open-pit gold mine, the hoped-for economic miracle is a mirage. Main Street is not prospering, with no demographic gain. Director Nicolas Paquet exposes an opaque decision-making system that excludes citizens.