Tributes — Retrospectives — Films about cinema
QUéBEC, Canada | 91 minutes | 2011
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 together and have sex. The unexpected aftermath is a night of talking and musing about their anxieties, lives and era. The antithesis of the classic romantic comedy, and a painful huis-clos on the malaise of early middle age, this debut feature established Anne Émond as a unique and essential voice in contemporary Quebec cinema.35mm copy - as part of the tribute to K-Films Amérique's 25 years anniversaryQ&A with Catherine de Léan
Best Canadian First Feature Film, Special Jury Citation - Toronto Film Festival 2011
Best Canadian Feature Film - Vancouver Film Festival 2011
The enfant terrible of Quebec cinema is back with the story of Albert, a beekeeper and mead brewer working from Montreal’s rooftops. Enter Brother...
QUéBEC, CANADA | 102 minutes | 2019
Through a gallery of colourful characters, mordant humour and jittery camerawork, Forcier draws a tender portrait of a group of friends from a...
QUéBEC, CANADA | 92 minutes | 1977
FRANCE | 17 minutes | 1973
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