Films About Ties That Bind

Films About Ties That Bind

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Miniflix Presents: Women In Film Festival (WIFF)

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Day 2 tackles the theme “Ties That Bind.” The interconnectedness of the human experience–through relationships, marriage, family, friends–is explored from a female perspective.

Films About Ties That Bind

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  • WIFF Trailer 2020

    Miniflix Presents: Women In Film Festival (WIFF)

    With access to 40 incredible films — but not just any films. Each one was written, directed, or produced by a different woman in the industry. That comes in at just over a dollar per film. It’s like the Redbox days but better. Because you’ll also ...

  • No Crying at the Dinner Table

    A collection of family secrets, confessions and confrontation.

    Awards
    Winner (Grand Jury Award), 2019 South By Southwest Film Festival
    Winner (Best Student Film), 2019 Indy Shorts International Film Festival

  • Le Jour (The Day)

    Paris, 7th of May 2017, day of the results of the french presidential elections. During this historic evening, the paths of four people intertwine each other while Europe is divided. Marie, a young student, Louis, a thirty-year-old Parisian, Rheda, a young man from the suburbs and Sylvie, a woman...

  • La mère à boire - Sweet mother of mine

    Ariane and her son Thomas are waiting in a car. When they encounter a lady, Ariane, who is unsure if she is meeting her biological mother, gets petrified and suffers from a paralysis attack.

  • Bittersweet Sixteen

    When the 17-year-old Kayla discovers that she is pregnant from her now ex-boyfriend, she spirals down into a life of drunken parties with life-changing consequences.

  • DING DANG DONG (English Subtitled)

    Six characters, single or in couples, either in search of the great love or in denial of love, cross paths and discuss their fears and their desires... We'll gradually discover how much their words are distorted by their frustrations and their need to please...

  • Cocoon

    China, 1997. An unhappy marriage, a love affair and a child who holds all the secrets.

  • C'est du Caviar _ It's Caviar

    Charlie and Léo have been together for five years, but one day he confesses he is now involved with her best friend Camille. Charlie seems to take it as well as can be expected, but then wreaks her ingenious revenge.

  • Bal de Famille - Family Dancing

    Today, Julie is strong, She is independent. She can go back home. Her family is waiting for her, they love her : her mother, her brother, her sister... and her father.

  • Un, Deux, Trois

    After a violent family argument, Jude decides to leave home and go live with her elder sisters Margot and Sarah to discover the wilderness of their daily lives.

  • Miniflix Interview with Carol Nguyen

    Producer/Host Ashely Chaney takes a deep dive into Carol Nguyen's 2020 SXSW winning film No Crying at the Dinner Table. A three-times-over TIFF Jump Cuts Award-winner. Watch and learn how Carol developed and approached her film and found honesty in her subject matter.

  • Brotherhood (2018)

    Mohamed is deeply shaken and suspicious when his estranged eldest son Malek returns home to rural Tunisia with a mysterious young wife in tow. The emotional complexities of a family reunion and past wounds lead to tragic consequences.

    AWARDS

    Short Cuts Award for the Best Canadian Short – Toront...

  • AMIES - GIRLFRIENDS (2018)

    In the early 2000s, following her return from a long stay abroad, Amélie invites her friends, Maude and Pascale to a cottage. In a disturbing and isolated forest, Amélie tries to reconnect with her friend Maude, while the rivalry between her and Pascale takes a dark turn.

  • Interview with Clara Leac

    CEO & Founder of Eroin films, Audrey Clinet, speaks with Clara Leac about her film You Bittersweet Sixteen. A film about 17-year-old Kayla, who discovers she is pregnant from her now ex-boyfriend, which spirals into a life of drunken parties with life-changing consequences. Listen how Clara h...

  • Interview with Sara Lelouch

    Audrey Clinet, founder and CEO of Eroin films, talks with with Sarah Lelouch - director of It's Caviar about how the idea for the film came to fruition and based on true events, how she choose her cast, and steps it took in creating the film. Watch this incredible interview only on Miniflix.