A Rebours

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Man Spricht Deutsh
Filmgruppe Chaos, Germany
Sacré-coeur De Satan
Serge Cotret, Quebec
Yellow Fever
Frederick Maheux, Quebec
J.
Solomon Nagler and Alexandre Larose, Canada
Passage
Lemieux, Quebec
Hymn to Pan
Francois Miron, Quebec
Dream of Samarra
Usama Alshaibi, EU/Iraq
Satan Bouche Un Coin
Jean-Pierre Bouyxou, France
Dead Man II: Return of the Dead Man
Aryan Kaganof, Low Country
(Untitled)
Lucia Fezzuoglio, Quebec
The Other America Dream
Enrique Arroyo, Mexico
Washing Machine
CA CA CA, Quebec

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