Spotlight on our cinema
ONTARIO, United States, Canada | 75 minutes | 2019
Anne is a lonely young daycare worker who has trouble following the rules and connecting with others. Uncompromising and prone to excess, she’s complex and unknowable, yet curiously appealing through all her troubles and hesitations. Director Radwanski follows up on the singular approach he crafted in Tower (2012) and How Heavy This Hammer (2015) with this delicately layered, unrelenting portrait of a fragile woman who’s utterly of our times. Deragh Campbell, her worried face in extreme close-up, delivers an edgy performance shot through with subtle tension.Q&A with Kazik Radwanski on October 20thIn collaboration with Cinécole“Campbell’s riveting performance as a woman on the verge of vertigo is a sight to behold.” Toronto Star
Honourable Mentions - Toronto Film Festival
Features:Anne at 13,000 ft (2019)How Heavy This Hammer (2015)Tower (2012)Shorts:Scaffold (2017)Cutaway (2014)Green Crayons (2010)Out in that Deep Blue Sea (2009)Princess Margaret Blvd. (2008)Assault (2007)
Taking her usual place off-camera and on, Sophie Bédard Marcotte goes on a joyride from Montreal to Los Angeles looking for inspiration… and Miranda...
QUéBEC, CANADA | 85 minutes | 2019
In a province not so distant from ours, now controlled by a far-right government, the borders are closed and immigrants, now under threat, are desperate to...
QUéBEC, CANADA | 112 minutes | 2019
A Prairie no-man’s-land or an incubator of unbridled creativity? Winnipeg remains an enigma — and the second feature from Ryan McKenna (Le Cœur de...
QUéBEC, CANADA | 94 minutes | 2019
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