5 Films To Discover In 2016 RVCQ

For the 34th RVCQ, I invite you to discover five worthy representatives of a bold Quebec production, which still dares, despite the constraints of increasingly severe imposed by a distribution circuit reduced to a trickle.

Choose only five films among the forty fictions that are offered at these 34es RVCQ is necessarily a perilous exercise, as the diversity of our film industry can satisfy almost every taste. Nevertheless, I propose here to discover five art films, worthy representatives of a bold Quebec production, which still dares, despite the constraints of increasingly severe imposed by a distribution circuit reduced to a trickle.

5 Films To Discover In 2016 RVCQ

Two of my five suggestions last year outputs ( Demons , Scratch ) and have not had the chance to have a sufficient advertising support, and three come out this year with, hopefully, a little attention from the media and the public. Here they are the best 5 free movie downloads about which we have published this article:

Before the streetsafter having committed the irreparable, a young Atikamekw plunges back into the ancestral rites for the stock of his life and so find serenity.

Copenhagen A Love Story Copenhagen autumn. An atmosphere both festive and melancholy bathes the city. A group of young students in Danish cinema and Canadian professor experimenting with art, life and its imitation. – More information

Demons (Philippe Lesage, 2015) – Information and trailer

Montreal White (Bachir Bensaddek, 2015) – Information and trailer

Scratch (Sebastien Godron, 2015) – Information and trailer

I have also been added to this list, Boris without Beatrice , the new Denis Côté (opening night, invitation only), The loved ones of Anne Émond, a film that in my opinion has not had success won (Sunday 21 Feb), wife of the hotel Léa Pool, proposed by TIFF (Tuesday Feb 23 ), or you propose to plunge in the Quebec of the 30s through the water of life , a particular project while 2D animation, produced, written and directed by G. Scott McLeod who unfortunately has very little chance to hit theaters (Sat 27 Feb).

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