Tributes — Retrospectives — Films about cinema
CANADA, France | 93 minutes | 1994
A charismatic French writer passing through Montreal, a young female student who idolizes him, her shrewish mother, a discarded husband and a good-natured boxer make up the highly colourful cast of characters gravitating around Léa, a teenage girl whose boyfriend has taken up with her mother Lizette. The story of a romantic rivalry between a matriarch and her two daughters that leads to betrayals and disappointments, The Wind from Wyoming is Forcier at his best: delightfully absurd interactions between hilariously oddball characters, deep empathy with his actors and a sweetly nutty visual poetry.Presented by Éléphant: mémoire du cinéma québécois
Best Canadian Film & FIPRESCI prize - Montreal World Film Festival 1994
Giving voice to a generation of anxious, rudderless young adults, the filmmaker creates a portrait of Nikolai and Clara. After meeting at a club, they get...
QUéBEC, CANADA | 91 minutes | 2011
It's damned hot. Streets are oddly empty. Palms are suffering and shotguns crying. Joshua wants to die but doesn't want to leave his brother Maël alone....
FRANCE | 30 minutes | 2014
FRANCE | 24 minutes | 2011
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