Some unveiled features & news for 2019
The 48th edition of the Montreal's Festival du nouveau cinéma is comingthe October 9th to 20th.
Before the complete line-up is available (October 1rst pm), here a sneak peek on the 2019's programmation and other informations.Pass presale is online until September 30th online HERE. Tickets will be available starting October 1rst onto our website and at out central ticketbox at the Cinema Imperial (1430, Bleury Street - Montreal). TICKETPRO : 514-790-1111 // 1-866-908-9090
Guest of Honour by Atom Egoyan will be the opening film of the 48th edition.
CHAAKAPESH by Roger Frappier and Justin Kingsley will be the closing feature of the 48th edition. The documentary is following Kent Nagano and the musicians of OSM in the creation of the indigenous opera Chaakapesh.
This year André Forcier will receive the Louve d'honneur. His latest film LES FLEURS OUBLIÉES will be screened as well as a brand new restoration of L'EAU CHAUDE L'EAU FRETTE (1976). There will be an Evening Tribute to Forcier Wednesday Oct. 16 at the FNC's Headquarter.
Three themes traversent notre programmation 2019. Projection de films cultes, discussions avec des expert et évènements sont proposés aux festivalières et festivaliers.
Environment Theme - See the news
Feminist Theme - See the news
Gastronomy Theme - See the news
Toute la sélection des courts métrages a été annoncé ici - See the news
Découvrez la cuvée 2019 de ces courts métrages produits par le FNC - See the news
Notre section nouveaux médias a annoncé ses oeuvres et ses activités - See the news
Our professional activities have been unveiled here - See the news
FNC is proud to unveiled some features that will represent the diversity of the canadian cinema in its 48th lineup :
As usual FNC offers to Montrealers the opportunity to see on big screen the last work of big-names of actual cinema. Here some important features applaused in the biggest international film festivals :
FIPRESCI – the International Federation of Film Critics – will present the prestigious International Critics Prize to a first feature from any section screened. This award is intended to encourage young filmmakers in their art. The arrival of the prize is a testament to the FNC’s quality programming and boosts its well-earned status as an unmissable event for both industry and audiences.
Created by FIPRESCI for the first Cannes Festival in 1946, the International Critics Prize is now presented at major international festivals including Venice and Berlin as well as at Cannes. In Canada, the International Critics Prize for best feature is also presented at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF).
True to its reputation for discovering new talent, the Festival will screen a number of anticipated first films that stood out on the international festival circuit throughout the year :
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