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I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

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December 2010: revolution breaks out in Tunisia, the country of the filmmaker's father. In a strange way, the cries of fury of the Tunisian people echoed the inner turmoil that had been growing inside her for several weeks. At the same time, she was going through a manic-depressive episode of great intensity, and was diagnosed as bipolar and admitted to a psychiatric clinic. When she emerged fr...

One Day In the Life of Noah Piugattuk

One Day In the Life of Noah Piugattuk

One Day In the Life of Noah Piugattuk

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Duration: 3h46
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Kapuivik, north Baffin Island, 1961. Noah Piugattuk’s nomadic Inuit band live and hunt by dogteam, just as his ancestors did when he was born in 1900. When the white man known as Boss arrives in camp, what appears as a chance meeting soon opens up the prospect of momentous change.

Our Bodies Are Your Battlefields

Our Bodies Are Your Battlefields

Our Bodies Are Your Battlefields

Duration: 3h22
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In an Argentina divided between a deep conservatism and an unprecedented momentum in feminism, the film delves into the political journey and intimate lives of Claudia and Violeta. The fight they lead with their comrades against patriarchal violence is visceral and embodied. Convinced of their role at the center of an ongoing revolution that intersects with so many struggles, and in defiance of...

The World is Ours

The World is Ours

The World is Ours

Duration: 42 minutes

Currently, post pandemic, one in two young people show symptoms of anxiety and depression. _The World Is Ours_ is a film that gives the opportunity to six Montreal teenage girls to leave their urban environment for the first time to take part in a nature canoe-camping expedition. By presenting their struggles and small victories, the film poetically and luminously embraces their vulnerability, ...

Damascus Dreams

Damascus Dreams

Damascus Dreams

Duration: 2h46
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How does one remember a homeland they are so deeply connected to and disconnected from? When Canadian-born filmmaker Emilie Serri travels to Syria for the first time in ten years, she feels alienated. A year later, when her grandmother dies and the war begins, she tries to piece back together an image of this elusive country she desperately wants to call her own. Gathering evidence from the pas...

2 pouces en haut de la carte

2 pouces en haut de la carte

2 pouces en haut de la carte

Duration: 1h22
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In the 70s, young people in Baie-Comeau - Hauterive were trying to find their place in an industrial society devoted to work and consumerism. Often left to their own devices as they waited to enter the job market, many of them sought their paths in artistic creation. The 1974 St. John's Day festival gave them a chance to shout out loud about their existence and shake up the existing order. We f...

Grand National

Grand National

Grand National

Duration: 42 minutes
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The Grand National at the Saint-Hyacinthe Agricultural Exhibition is the most significant truck and tractor pulling event in Canada. Over three days, in front of 20,000 spectators, more than sixty competitors from across North America compete. This film follows the experience of one competitor amidst this event, highlighting the close bonds between humans and machines.

The World Is Ours

The World Is Ours

The World Is Ours

Duration: 42 minutes
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Currently, post pandemic, one in two young people show symptoms of anxiety and depression. _The World Is Ours_ is a film that gives the opportunity to six Montreal teenage girls to leave their urban environment for the first time to take part in a nature canoe-camping expedition. By presenting their struggles and small victories, the film poetically and luminously embraces their vulnerability, ...

Treasure Island

Treasure Island

Treasure Island

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Duration: 3h12
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Summer at a recreation center near Paris is in full swing, so there is no shortage of amusing situations. A glimpse into the mindset of visitors and employees of the extensive park—original French inhabitants and immigrants who, lacking the means for a more exotic vacation, come here to relax.

I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

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Duration: 2h00
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December 2010: revolution breaks out in Tunisia, the country of the filmmaker's father. In a strange way, the cries of fury of the Tunisian people echoed the inner turmoil that had been growing inside her for several weeks. At the same time, she was going through a manic-depressive episode of great intensity, and was diagnosed as bipolar and admitted to a psychiatric clinic. When she emerged fr...

One Day In the Life of Noah Piugattuk

One Day In the Life of Noah Piugattuk

One Day In the Life of Noah Piugattuk

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Duration: 3h46
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Kapuivik, north Baffin Island, 1961. Noah Piugattuk’s nomadic Inuit band live and hunt by dogteam, just as his ancestors did when he was born in 1900. When the white man known as Boss arrives in camp, what appears as a chance meeting soon opens up the prospect of momentous change.

Our Bodies Are Your Battlefields

Our Bodies Are Your Battlefields

Our Bodies Are Your Battlefields

Duration: 3h22
Subscription access

In an Argentina divided between a deep conservatism and an unprecedented momentum in feminism, the film delves into the political journey and intimate lives of Claudia and Violeta. The fight they lead with their comrades against patriarchal violence is visceral and embodied. Convinced of their role at the center of an ongoing revolution that intersects with so many struggles, and in defiance of...

The World is Ours

The World is Ours

The World is Ours

Duration: 42 minutes

Currently, post pandemic, one in two young people show symptoms of anxiety and depression. _The World Is Ours_ is a film that gives the opportunity to six Montreal teenage girls to leave their urban environment for the first time to take part in a nature canoe-camping expedition. By presenting their struggles and small victories, the film poetically and luminously embraces their vulnerability, ...

Damascus Dreams

Damascus Dreams

Damascus Dreams

Duration: 2h46
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How does one remember a homeland they are so deeply connected to and disconnected from? When Canadian-born filmmaker Emilie Serri travels to Syria for the first time in ten years, she feels alienated. A year later, when her grandmother dies and the war begins, she tries to piece back together an image of this elusive country she desperately wants to call her own. Gathering evidence from the pas...

2 pouces en haut de la carte

2 pouces en haut de la carte

2 pouces en haut de la carte

Duration: 1h22
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In the 70s, young people in Baie-Comeau - Hauterive were trying to find their place in an industrial society devoted to work and consumerism. Often left to their own devices as they waited to enter the job market, many of them sought their paths in artistic creation. The 1974 St. John's Day festival gave them a chance to shout out loud about their existence and shake up the existing order. We f...

Grand National

Grand National

Grand National

Duration: 42 minutes
Subscription access

The Grand National at the Saint-Hyacinthe Agricultural Exhibition is the most significant truck and tractor pulling event in Canada. Over three days, in front of 20,000 spectators, more than sixty competitors from across North America compete. This film follows the experience of one competitor amidst this event, highlighting the close bonds between humans and machines.

The World Is Ours

The World Is Ours

The World Is Ours

Duration: 42 minutes
Subscription access

Currently, post pandemic, one in two young people show symptoms of anxiety and depression. _The World Is Ours_ is a film that gives the opportunity to six Montreal teenage girls to leave their urban environment for the first time to take part in a nature canoe-camping expedition. By presenting their struggles and small victories, the film poetically and luminously embraces their vulnerability, ...

Treasure Island

Treasure Island

Treasure Island

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Duration: 3h12
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Summer at a recreation center near Paris is in full swing, so there is no shortage of amusing situations. A glimpse into the mindset of visitors and employees of the extensive park—original French inhabitants and immigrants who, lacking the means for a more exotic vacation, come here to relax.

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Pierre Perrault : l'action parlée

Pierre Perrault : l'action parlée

Pierre Perrault : l'action parlée

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Duration: 52 minutes
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A documentary about Quebec filmmaker Pierre Perrault (1927-1999), a pioneer of direct cinema, filmed as part of the French television series _Cinéastes de notre temps_ in 1968. Using a lightweight camera and synchronized sound, Perrault employed modern techniques to explore the traditions of the Quebec people. Here, he talks about the making of his films about the inhabitants of Île-aux-Coudres...

En passant par le Québec

En passant par le Québec

En passant par le Québec

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Duration: 0h59
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Isolated and marginalized, Quebec cinema has long existed thanks to the commitment and energy of its creators, who devote themselves – from documentary to fiction – to a creative cinema that is sometimes serious, sometimes offbeat, bearing witness to Quebec's identity and social problems. In August 1967, the cult TV program _Cinéastes de notre temps_ interviewed directors Arthur Lamothe, Michel...

Récréations

Récréations

Récréations

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Duration: 54 minutes
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There is a kind of country, tiny, so small that it ressembles a theatre set. It is inhabited two or three times per day by its people. The inhabitants are small as well. Even if they live under certain laws, they repeatedly put them into question, which leads them to fight violenty with each other. This country is called "The Playground" and its people "The Children". When "The Children" go int...

Homework

Homework

Homework

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Duration: 1h17
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Young schoolchildren are interviewed by Abbas Kiarostami. In front of the camera, they recount their lives after school in the evenings: cartoons, homework with their often illiterate parents, corporal punishment and rare encouragement.

The Dismantling of Baveuse City

The Dismantling of Baveuse City

The Dismantling of Baveuse City

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Duration: 16 minutes
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The behind-the-scenes process of creating a musical album entitled _Bienvenue à Baveuse City;_ a colourful, playful universe invented by rapper Marie-Gold.

I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

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Duration: 2h00
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December 2010: revolution breaks out in Tunisia, the country of the filmmaker's father. In a strange way, the cries of fury of the Tunisian people echoed the inner turmoil that had been growing inside her for several weeks. At the same time, she was going through a manic-depressive episode of great intensity, and was diagnosed as bipolar and admitted to a psychiatric clinic. When she emerged fr...

Gods, Weeds and Revolutions

Gods, Weeds and Revolutions

Gods, Weeds and Revolutions

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Duration: 38 minutes
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A young woman returns to Tunisia and must come to terms with her grandfather’s illness and the country’s dark past under dictatorship.

Three Comrades of Montreal

Three Comrades of Montreal

Three Comrades of Montreal

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Duration: 1h46
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Giovanni, Francesco, and Salvatore have passed the age of 80 and are proud to still consider themselves communist or socialist comrades. All three left their poor villages in southern Italy after the war to settle in Montreal, where they maintained close ties with Italian left-wing parties while also being active in Canadian progressive unions and parties. Through images, personal documents, an...

A Score for Women's Voices

A Score for Women's Voices

A Score for Women's Voices

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Duration: 2h52
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Between March and October 2000, millions of people around the world took to the streets to denounce poverty and violence against women. The historic World March of Women was a bold initiative of the Québec Federation of Women and represented a turning point in global solidarity. Inspired and carried by this movement, _A Score for Women's Voices_ takes us, to the rhythm of a song, to relive the ...

OrHoDa

OrHoDa

OrHoDa

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Duration: 22 minutes
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Along the Amur River, mountains abound with mysterious lively treasures. The gifts of the sky were only visible to those who honor the powers that flow through the vast taiga. To find what human desires, ritual offerings to the mountain’s guardian spirits must be properly performed. But most importantly, one must face the gods with a serene, translucent heart. An animated reinterpretation of an...

Pierre Perrault : l'action parlée

Pierre Perrault : l'action parlée

Pierre Perrault : l'action parlée

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Duration: 52 minutes
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A documentary about Quebec filmmaker Pierre Perrault (1927-1999), a pioneer of direct cinema, filmed as part of the French television series _Cinéastes de notre temps_ in 1968. Using a lightweight camera and synchronized sound, Perrault employed modern techniques to explore the traditions of the Quebec people. Here, he talks about the making of his films about the inhabitants of Île-aux-Coudres...

En passant par le Québec

En passant par le Québec

En passant par le Québec

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Duration: 0h59
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Isolated and marginalized, Quebec cinema has long existed thanks to the commitment and energy of its creators, who devote themselves – from documentary to fiction – to a creative cinema that is sometimes serious, sometimes offbeat, bearing witness to Quebec's identity and social problems. In August 1967, the cult TV program _Cinéastes de notre temps_ interviewed directors Arthur Lamothe, Michel...

Récréations

Récréations

Récréations

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Duration: 54 minutes
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There is a kind of country, tiny, so small that it ressembles a theatre set. It is inhabited two or three times per day by its people. The inhabitants are small as well. Even if they live under certain laws, they repeatedly put them into question, which leads them to fight violenty with each other. This country is called "The Playground" and its people "The Children". When "The Children" go int...

Homework

Homework

Homework

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Duration: 1h17
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Young schoolchildren are interviewed by Abbas Kiarostami. In front of the camera, they recount their lives after school in the evenings: cartoons, homework with their often illiterate parents, corporal punishment and rare encouragement.

The Dismantling of Baveuse City

The Dismantling of Baveuse City

The Dismantling of Baveuse City

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Duration: 16 minutes
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The behind-the-scenes process of creating a musical album entitled _Bienvenue à Baveuse City;_ a colourful, playful universe invented by rapper Marie-Gold.

I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

I Remember Nothing

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Duration: 2h00
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December 2010: revolution breaks out in Tunisia, the country of the filmmaker's father. In a strange way, the cries of fury of the Tunisian people echoed the inner turmoil that had been growing inside her for several weeks. At the same time, she was going through a manic-depressive episode of great intensity, and was diagnosed as bipolar and admitted to a psychiatric clinic. When she emerged fr...

Gods, Weeds and Revolutions

Gods, Weeds and Revolutions

Gods, Weeds and Revolutions

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Duration: 38 minutes
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A young woman returns to Tunisia and must come to terms with her grandfather’s illness and the country’s dark past under dictatorship.

Three Comrades of Montreal

Three Comrades of Montreal

Three Comrades of Montreal

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Duration: 1h46
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Giovanni, Francesco, and Salvatore have passed the age of 80 and are proud to still consider themselves communist or socialist comrades. All three left their poor villages in southern Italy after the war to settle in Montreal, where they maintained close ties with Italian left-wing parties while also being active in Canadian progressive unions and parties. Through images, personal documents, an...

A Score for Women's Voices

A Score for Women's Voices

A Score for Women's Voices

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Duration: 2h52
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Between March and October 2000, millions of people around the world took to the streets to denounce poverty and violence against women. The historic World March of Women was a bold initiative of the Québec Federation of Women and represented a turning point in global solidarity. Inspired and carried by this movement, _A Score for Women's Voices_ takes us, to the rhythm of a song, to relive the ...

OrHoDa

OrHoDa

OrHoDa

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Duration: 22 minutes
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Along the Amur River, mountains abound with mysterious lively treasures. The gifts of the sky were only visible to those who honor the powers that flow through the vast taiga. To find what human desires, ritual offerings to the mountain’s guardian spirits must be properly performed. But most importantly, one must face the gods with a serene, translucent heart. An animated reinterpretation of an...

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