Screening of Saturday oct. 02

Gaumont Rennes –9:30 PM

Screening of Saturday oct. 02

Length: 1 hr 06 min 1h07

In competition for the Jury’s Awards

This lineup contains content that may not be suitable for young viewers. Discretion advised.

VOSTF (Foreign films with subtitles)



What do a cruise ship, bereavement, an extra and a guy stuck in a closet have in common? Nothing, you may say at first. The films in this screening, however, beg to differ, and incite you to challenge the notion of reality. Fact or fiction? That is the question. Somewhere between denial and dissimulation, between riveting what ifs and non compos mentis pipe dreams, each film offers a unique take on this vital matter in cult cinema. As Philip K. Dick (not to be confused with his Breton homonym) once wrote, "Reality is that which, when you stop believing in it, doesn’t go away."

Antoine Mottier - Film programmer


Natko Stipaničev, 14 min 41 sec, 2020, Croatia

A grandiose transoceanic cruise ship sailing the seas.


Jon Park, Grant White, 22 min 13 sec, 2019, United Kingdom

In a bleak British seaside town, a family is stalked by an amorphous presence.


Lasse Holdhus, 5 min 23 sec, 2019, Germany

Major Luna will soon be headed to the moon. In a swimming pool, she explores her fantasy of floating weightlessly around in space.


Jan Vejnar, 13 min 45 sec, 2019, France

A man follows a group of temporary workers in an industrial zone. He is quickly deprived of his clothes and his identity, to then be armed and dressed in a military uniform. His determination to not lag behind is then tested by a series of troubling events.


Álvaro Vicario, 11 min 33 sec, 2019, Spain

José faces a paranormal event that breaks into his home. To regain control while fighting for his life, he will have to uncover the secret behind the supernatural forces.

Gaumont Rennes –11:00 AM

Screening of Saturday oct. 02

Length: 1 hr 06 min 1h06

In competition for the Jury’s Awards

This lineup contains content that may not be suitable for young viewers. Discretion advised.

VOSTF (Foreign films with subtitles)



It’ll pinch, it’ll burn, it’ll hurt, it’ll itch. During this screening, the fists are up, and are ready to rumble. Unabashed bruisin’-cruisin’ hellions, the film programmers at Court Métrange invite you to step into the ring ‘cause it’s showtime for the showdown, and come hell or high water, this gang isn’t about to surrender its blue-ribbon class during these rounds of nauseating disgrace. An eye for an eye. Smoke and mirrors. A clean fight. A devastating ruse. No matter what your fetish, you’ll get your fix, and won’t be forgetting it anytime soon. Whether heroic quests, grueling ordeals, urban hunting or long-awaited retribution, it’s no holds barred on violence and this knockdead whip-and-lash out fest just waiting to erupt on the silver screen. Today’s Saturday, the weekend’s begun, so here’s to blood and uppercuts!
Revanche ou trahison, combat loyal ou piège pernicieux, il y en a pour tous les goûts et on en voit de toutes les couleurs. La rando qui tourne mal, la quête héroïque, la mise à l’épreuve et la punition bien sentie, autant de prétextes à expérimenter la violence sur grand écran. Nous sommes samedi, le week-end commence, alors ouvrons les hostilités !

Cyrielle Dozières - Film programmer


Kevin McTurk, 16 min 33 sec, 2019, United States

In this handcrafted epic puppet film, a lone samurai and his odd companion, a cursed severed head, seek vengeance in a haunted world.


Yngwie Boley, Janis Joy Epping, Diana van Houten, 10 min, 2020, The Netherlands

To keep safe from harm, the young Pilar and his friend, Baldr, lock themselves away. One day, their peaceful home is victim to yet another attack. They capture and kill the dangerous intruder: a wild animal.



Suki, 6 min 15 sec, 2021, France

In a deafening noise of chainsaws, loggers happily hum while they cut down trees to be used as decor for a fashion show. A contemporary cartoon satire, in the form of a burlesque action, tragicomedy musical, leads us into a delirious whirlwind of chain reactions as chaotic as they are grotesque.


David Mikalson, 14 min, 2020, United States

The female coach of a girls’ gymnastics team takes a persistent pervert "to the mattresses" with deservedly-gory results.


Ioachim Stroe, 18 min 04 sec, 2019, Romania

Two people wake up on a deserted beach in the aftermath of a curious incident. They don’t remember how they got there nor who the other is. On the foreground of a broken car radio obsessively playing the same tune, the clues start to unravel one by one.

Gaumont - Rennes9:30 PM

Screening of Saturday oct. 02

La séance Trash

Length: 1 hr 06 min 1h02

En compétition pour prix du public

This lineup contains content that may not be suitable for young viewers. Discretion advised.

Inappropriate for those under 14.



For this final screening in competition, it is an adulturated honor to present you with the most lecherous lineup of this edition.
Fist, sin, sex, stairs will be the evening’s new mantra. This hour-long, multihued session will have not only your potbelly spewing, but also your peepers for there’s more to the imagination than meets the eye. Do you experience salivatingly-misbegotten pleasure when to-ing and fro-ing from one film to the next? If the case, keep the splatter shield handy because the joyrides are a-cummin’! This People’s Choice Award screening will be prodding you to penetrate even further into the nature of beings and their feelings, where seeing is anything but believing. So, get down and dirty with us where smut’s got the whip hand. SPOILER ALERT: Mickey Mouse fans, best to sit this one out. As for those with cold feet, run for your lives.

Anne-Claire « Annsé » Guéguin – Programmatrice


Joder Von Rotz, 8 min 09 sec, 2020, Switzerland

Little Miss Fate lives in a world driven by fate. When the opportunity arises, she slips into the role of world leader. Unintentionally, she creates a monster that greedily wants to suck up all the love of the world. Overwhelmed by its rapid growth, she loses control.



Pedro Casavecchia, 6 min 57 sec, 2019, Argentina

Drive is a mysterious piece that explores the twisted story of a kid growing up in a dysfunctional family. This psychological thriller follows the character along a spiraling descent into madness, piecing together the portrait of a killer.


Phillip Trow, 17 min, 2020, United Kingdom

Jennifer Saint finally receives validation that she’s not delusional when her late father reaches out from beyond the grave to confirm that their dark family secret is in fact the disturbing and sinister truth.,


Robert Morgan, 8 min, 2019, United Kingdom

Following his death, Lother Schramm finds himself in a disorientating and nightmarish afterlife. A short, animated sequel to Jörg Buttgereit’s 1993 film, Schramm.


Oskar Lehemaa, 14 min 30 sec, 2019, Estonia

Insecure and balding, Leo has locked himself up in his apartment. A mysterious hair growth liquid arrives at his doorstep, and Leo uses it to fix up his looks. Very quickly, the evening turns to chaos.


Guy Charnaux, 7 min 53 sec, 2019, Brazil

A three-act epic about a seven-year-old boy who can't sleep, thinking about his issues. He hears something coming from his parents' room, some loud and disturbing noises. What could it be? A story about childhood, sex and insomnia.

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