Thank you for being part our 49th online edition!
More than 300 films and activities, it's normal to not know where to look... So here some recommendations for the end of the Festival.
... but also the occasion to meet some interesting people ! That's one of the orientations of those recommendations ...
5:30 pm, VAILLANCOURT : REGARDE SI C'EST BEAU by John Blouin. Portrait of a force of nature, a free-spirited artist who defines avant-garde. An early activist and ecologist, Armand Vaillancourt delivers a passionate account of 70 years of Quebec counterculture. The complete team in attendance !
7pm, WOMAN, Anastasia Mikova & Yann Arthus-Bertrand. 2500 portraits de femmes originaires de 50 pays différents. Soirée de remise du Prix du film pour la paix sera suivie par la projection-bénéfice du film Woman Directors Anastasia Mikova and Yann Arthus-Bertrand in attendance.
SOIRÉE DE LA LOUVE (GRATUIT)
9 pm, FNC × POP Montréal: Chiiirch en concert. Chiiirch: a futuristic opera, an interactive and experimental urban music performance created especially for the FNC.Guests Collis Browne (No Weapon), Irreverend Raïatollah(Raïa Haidar), Beaver Sheppard (Co/ntry), Radwan GhaziMoumneh
5 pm, L'UNE CHANTE, L'AUTRE PAS Agnès Varda (1977). Tracing women’s liberation through to the turbulent 70s, Agnès Varda follows two women from their teens to adulthood against the backdrop of a militant, engaged musical comedy. Followed by a discussion with 2 experts.
21h, Join us for the CLOSING NIGHT ad let's celebrate this 48th edition. Free and open to everyone.
5 pm, ANNE AT 13,000 FT Kazik Radwanski Piercing portrait of a lonely, socially awkward young woman doing her best to find her place in the world. The ultra-close camera work helps create a strangely compelling sensory universe. Director in attendance !
5 pm, MOURIR À TUE-TÊTE Anne Claire Poirier (1979). The story of a woman that encompasses many other women’s stories. A pioneer of Quebec filmmaking, Anne-Claire Poirier, delivered cinematic shock therapy with this still-relevant film that deconstructs rape, including its social and political repercussions.
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