Ina Original Movies

Here we collected the best movies from Ina in order of popularity
L'affaire Valérie

L'affaire Valérie

2004
A film-maker travels through mountain villages and along the shores of Alpine lakes to investigate the disappearance of Valérie 20 years earlier. She allegedly murdered a Canadian tourist before disap...
Starmania 78 - le best of

Starmania 78 - le best of

1978
There is a live concert of a musical.
Flames

Flames

1978
Barbara lives in a country house with her father and teacher. She dreams that a fireman enters her room. Barbara left her father to travel across the world before coming back to her childhood dream of...
The Smuggler and Her Charges

The Smuggler and Her Charges

2016
A captivating and personal detective story that reveals the truth behind the childhood of Michal Prazan's father, who escaped from Nazi-occupied France in 1942 thanks to the efforts of a female smuggl...
The Sorceror's Apprentice

The Sorceror's Apprentice

1977
Latin-American exiles are in Paris. Artists play at revolution in a comedy.
The Model Couple

The Model Couple

1977
In 1977 France, the Ministry of the Future chooses two white, middle-class citizens, Claudine and Jean-Michel, for a national experiment. The template for a new city for the new man will be displayed ...
Tokyo Melody: A Film about Ryuichi Sakamoto

Tokyo Melody: A Film about Ryuichi Sakamoto

1985
The 1984 album "Illustrated Musical Encyclopedia" was the subject of a documentary.
Yves Saint Laurent: His Life and Times

Yves Saint Laurent: His Life and Times

2002
YVES SAINT LAURENT: HIS LIFE AND TIMES is an intimate biography featuring extensive interviews with the reclusive designer.
Calle Santa Fe

Calle Santa Fe

2007
In the suburbs of Santiago, pregnant Carmen is badly injured and her partner, head of the resistance against Pinochet's dictatorship, is killed in combat. The journey begins with the memories of the d...
How's It Going?

How's It Going?

1976
Two workers in a newspaper plant attempt to make a film about politics and the media.
Godard à la télé - 1960-2000

Godard à la télé - 1960-2000

1999
Jean-Luc Godard is featured in a collection of TV fragments.
Hu-Man

Hu-Man

1975
The television audience will hear an actor's fear. The audience's feelings will determine if he is sent into the future or the past.
Here We Drown Algerians

Here We Drown Algerians

2011
In response to the call of the Front de libération nationale (F.L.N., the National Liberation Front), thousands of Algerians from Paris and its surroundings march on October 17, 1961, to protest again...
Jean Cocteau: Lies and Truths

Jean Cocteau: Lies and Truths

1997
The documentary includes archive interviews of Jean Cocteau, as well as contributions by Jean Marais and Jean-Luc Godard. The subject of the film is a man who defined himself as a poet.
The Old Country Where Rimbaud Died

The Old Country Where Rimbaud Died

1977
A middle-aged man travels to France and is discouraged by the attitudes of the people concerning his native land until he meets and begins relationships with two lonely women.
Koko: A Talking Gorilla

Koko: A Talking Gorilla

1978
A documentary that follows Dr. Penny Patterson's current scientific study of Koko, a gorilla who communicates through American Sign Language.
En rachâchant

En rachâchant

1982
The child doesn't want to go to school anymore because he doesn't know anything.
Duelle

Duelle

1976
The winner of the battle between the Daughter of the Moon and the Daughter of the Sun will be able to stay on Earth in modern day Paris.
I Wanted to Laugh Like the Others

I Wanted to Laugh Like the Others

1980
A story about summer vacation of six young boys and their friends in France during 1917.
Comiques de légende, les plus grands sketchs - volume 2

Comiques de légende, les plus grands sketchs - volume 2

2021
The second issue of "Comiques de legendes" allows us to find the sequel to the most famous sketches of French humor. There are famous humorists who follow each other.
Robert Doisneau: Through the Lens

Robert Doisneau: Through the Lens

2017
The documentary features previously unissued photographs and video archives as well as interviews of his friends and partners in crime. It shows the intimate portrait of the life and work of an artist...
Julien

Julien

1983
Baxter, Vera Baxter

Baxter, Vera Baxter

1977
In an empty villa, Vera Baxter sits and contemplates her life, as she recounts to a woman who was drawn to the villa when she heard the name Vera Baxter pronounced. Vera tells her that her husband has...
Petition

Petition

2009
The dysfunctional Chinese justice system allows citizens with grievances against their local governments to petition the court to clear or correct their record. Yet in order to do so, the petitioners ...
Maurice Blanchot

Maurice Blanchot

1998
How to tell the story of a writer in a film and how to show his work in pictures.
The Incredible Mr. Piccoli

The Incredible Mr. Piccoli

2017
A captivating portrait of French actor Michel Piccoli, who has worked with the greatest filmmakers of his time and has built a dazzling career of remarkable merit and success, focusing on his work dur...
Fenêtres

Fenêtres

The inhabitants of the Saint-Leu neighbourhood of Amiens are in the film.
A Man, When He Is a Man

A Man, When He Is a Man

1982
What are the social climate and cultural traditions in Costa Rica which nurture "machismo" and allow the domination of women to continue in Latin America?
L'heure Exquise

L'heure Exquise

1981
In the streets of Marseille, René Allio encounters, once again, the spaces of his childhood, and remembers his family history.
News from Home

News from Home

1977
The Belgian filmmaker lives in New York. The images of the City are accompanied by the texts of Akerman's mother. The mother's words slowly fade away as the City comes more and more to the front.
The Hypothesis of the Stolen Painting

The Hypothesis of the Stolen Painting

1978
Two people are talking about possible connections between a series of paintings. In an effort to explain the significance of the series, the on-screen narrator walks through three-dimensional reproduc...
la révolte kurde

la révolte kurde

The leader of the Kurdish resistance movement has been in control of Iraqi Kurdistan since 1961. There are war prizes for any army. "I am neither for the East, nor for the West, but faithful to the on...
S21: The Khmer Rouge Death Machine

S21: The Khmer Rouge Death Machine

2003
There is a documentary about the S-21 genocide prison in Phnom Penh. There is a search for reasons why this could have happened.
Chronopolis

Chronopolis

1982
The story of a gargantuan city in the sky is told in Chronopolis. While waiting for the ultimate gift to arrive in their hands, most of their time is spent constructing bizarre and unusual objects.
Goldflocken

Goldflocken

1976
The rhapsody of excess leaps from 1949 Cuba to contemporary France to points in between, while its feverishly shifting visual style evokes and parodies everything from kitschy Mexican telenovelas to s...
Le Psychodrame

Le Psychodrame

1956
Roberto Rossellini shot the film Psycodrame in 1956 for the Center d'études de radiotélévision. The staging of three "psychodramas" - organized by Professor Jacob Levi Moreno with Anne Ancelin Schutze...
Wang Bing, Tendre Cinéaste Du Chaos Chinois

Wang Bing, Tendre Cinéaste Du Chaos Chinois

2019
Wang Bing is one of the greatest documentary-makers alive today, and his films offer a very insightful overview of the transformations occurring in Chinese society. Here, Dominique Auvray conducts an ...
Hermann My Father

Hermann My Father

1987
A documentary made for television by Helma Sanders-Brahms.
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