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Montreal Access

You want to attend the Festival du nouveau cinema but don't know the region? No worries. Whether its to travel to Montreal or roam around the city, here is a guide that should steer you in the the right direction.

 

How are you going  to come to montreal?

  • By plane / Montreal Access

    As a partner of Festival du nouveau cinéma, Air France is proud to offer you a $100 discount for any reservation between October 8 to 22!

    This discount is available for any departures from Europe to Montréal, Toronto and Ottawa. Subscribe the advantage code FNCEUR963 while making your reservation online > airfrance.ca

    For more details about the discount code, click HERE

    To book online, click HERE

    Only available for reservation on the website airfrance.ca.

  • By car / Montreal Access

    Highway 20 Eastbound from Ontario

    Take Highway 20 to the Ville-Marie Tunnel, which goes under the downtown. Once you are in the tunnel, look for the exit ("sortie") marked "boul. Saint-Laurent".

    Highway 40 Eastbound from Ontario

    Take the exit ("sortie") marked "boul. Décarie Sud". Stay on the Décarie until you reach the exit marked "Montréal, Centre-ville". Take the exit and continue until you reach the Ville-Marie Tunnel, which goes under the downtown. Once you are in the tunnel, look for the exit marked "boul. Saint-Laurent".

    Highway 40 Westbound from Eastern Quebec

    Take the exit ("sortie") marked "boul. Saint-Laurent Sud" and continue driving south. Saint-Laurent Boulevard runs into Clark Street, which turns into Saint-Urbain one-way going south. Continue along Saint-Urbain (10 to 20 minutes depending on traffic) to Sherbrooke Street. The Ex-Centris theatre is located one street west of Saint-Urbain, on Saint-Laurent, just above Sherbrooke.

    Highways 10 and 15 from the Eastern Townships and the United States

    Cross the Champlain Bridge and take the exit ("sortie") marked "Montréal, Centre-ville", located on the right. Continue to the Ville-Marie Tunnel, which goes under the downtown. Once you are in the tunnel, look for the exit ("sortie") marked "boul. Saint-Laurent".

  • By carpool / Montreal Access

    One free departure* or free driver's membership card**

    Pioneer in carpooling in Canada, Allo Stop is a safe, economic and green way to travel. For more information on this alternative way to travel used by over 80 000 members, you can visit our website at www.allostop.com, call us at 1-888-985-3032 or simply drop by our office. It will be a pleasure for us to assist you for your next trip!

    *contact fees only, up to a 6$ value

    ** valid for 1 year

  • By train / Montreal Access

    Visit, www.viarail.com and simply come to the Festival!

  • By bus & subway / Montreal Access

    On the presentation of your Opus Card, take advantage of a “2 for 1” STM. For all screenings at the Imperial only, Monday to Friday. (Offer not available October, 13)

    www. stm.info

  • The weather? / Montreal Access
    Sorties Météo, a handy website to quickly find out weather predictions to fully enjoy your outings anywhere in Quebec, no matter what!