From October 5 to 9, the Atmospheres Festival will take place in Courbevoie. Rolling Stone has made a selection of the films that will be presented there.
The 12th edition of the festival Atmospheres approach. During its 2022 edition, which takes place from October 5 to 9, the event focuses on the theme ” Stories from the future . The problem raised is the following: “The time for raising awareness and making observations seems over. How to act rather than react? You have to be able to plan! »
Entirely free, this event strongly highlights the cinema, with 22 films presented. Rolling Stone looked at the films presented in the presence of their respective teams.
The Mountain (Thomas Salvador)
Pierre (Thomas SALVADOR), Parisian engineer, goes to the Alps for his work. Irresistibly drawn to the mountains, he sets up a bivouac at high altitude and decides not to go down again. Up there, he meets Léa (Louise BOURGOIN) and discovers mysterious lights.
October 5 at 8:30 p.m. during the opening ceremony, in the presence of the director.
The General (Valentine Varela)
In her high school, Christine is the main teacher of a second class. For his students, a single objective: to pass in “general”. More than a sector, it is a social passport. But Christine has seen her profession change year after year. Surrounded by a group of teachers, she will fight to snatch these “kids” from social determinism.
October 7 at 6:15 p.m. in the presence of the film crew
The Court of Miracles (Hakim Zouhani, Carine May)
Jacques Prévert, a primary school in Seine-Saint-Denis, is threatened by the arrival of a brand new boho-ecological school. Zahia the director of the school, in search of social diversity, joins forces with Marion, a young teacher full of ideas, to create the first “green school” in the suburbs and attract new inhabitants. But for that, you will have to deal with a teaching team let’s say… heterogeneous, and not really turned towards nature. ECOPROD Prize at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival.
October 8 at 2 p.m. in the presence of the directors
Breakups (Arthur Gosset)
A generation ready to do anything to live in accordance with its convictions. Their destiny was well traced: brilliant studies in the great schools, the promise of a good job and a big salary. However, nothing went as planned. They and they have made a radical choice: give up the future they were promised for a life that they consider more compatible with the environmental and societal challenges of our time.
October 8 at 4 p.m., followed by a debate with Maxime Ollivier and Céline Curiol
Jacky Caillou (Lucas Delangle)
A mountain village. High in the Alps. Jacky Caillou lives with her grandmother, Gisèle, a magnetist-healer recognized by all. As Gisèle begins to transmit her gift to him, a young woman arrives from town to consult. A strange stain spreads over his body. Certain that he will be able to cure her, Jacky runs after the miracle.
October 8 at 9 p.m. in the presence of the director
Mission Regeneration (Joshua Tickell, Rebecca Harrell Tickell)
The planet’s soils could be the key to reversing global warming. Indeed, by regenerating soils, we can fully and quickly stabilize Earth’s climate, restore lost ecosystems, and create abundant food supplies…or how the food you eat can reverse climate change, heal your body, and ultimately save our world.
October 9 at 10 a.m., followed by a debate with Marion Enzer, farms for the future
Jean Jouzel in the battle of the century (Brigitte Chevet)
He was one of the first scientists to prove the link between greenhouse gases and global warming. That was in 1987. Since then, Jean Jouzel has continued to rail against climate skeptics and to urge political leaders to commit to the climate.
October 9 at 3:30 p.m., in the presence of director Brigitte Chevet and climatologist Jean Jouzel
Acting at the heart of power (Valérie Zoydo)
What if we changed our relationship to power, money and possession? And if we explore, with the intelligence of the heart, new forms of governance, at the service of the common good. For business leaders to transform themselves and their organization in the face of the challenges and complexity of the 21st century.
October 9 at 11 a.m., followed by a debate with Valérie Zoydo and representatives of Heart Leadership University