Spotlight on homegrown cinema
| 70 minutes | 2018
Alone in an apartment, a young woman works on a nameless film, editing footage left by an absent lover, fleeting images of Russian melancholy. This mise en abîme expresses a profound solitude both soothing and eerie. Time passes, the wait extends, the plot thickens . . . Poised between experimental cinema and visual art, Yaroshevsky’s singular film is carried by a sublime Sophie Desmarais, the perfect guide through this hushed, contemplative and strangely sensual world. A meditative, inventive journey through magnificent verdigris images, exquisitely framed. WORLD PREMIEREQ&A with the cast and crew on October 4th
Karel Appel Drum Machine (2015)Blue Signal (2014)Lost Object Notice (2013)Portrait Zero (2012)Monologue (2010) Death Valley Superstar (2008) Interstellar (2005)Petropolis (2002)
Mourning her father, twentysomething Sarah returns to her home country of Uruguay, hoping to reconcile past and present. There she finds her paternal...
QUéBEC/CANADA | 70 minutes | 2018
Two young women from Québec, Manu and Alexa-Jeanne, head to Cuba for a holiday. There, they soak up the rays, frolic in the surf, dine out and wander...
University dermatology professor Marie-Claire is a strong-willed woman. She lives her sexuality freely, which some consider subversive. As she embarks on a...
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