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Les Films du 3 mars

Can. 2021. Documentary by Emanuel Licha.
Runtime: 86 min.
Can. 2021. Documentary by Carl Leblanc. On May 22, 2015, Mario lodged a .22 caliber bullet in his head, and the director, his closest and oldest friend, unpacks what led to his desperate act.
Runtime: 84 min.


V.O.: Soumissions
Can. 2021. Drama by Emmanuel Tardif with Martin Dubreuil, Félix Grenier, Léa Roy. A father in conflict with his ex-wife sequesters his son in a house located at the edge of a dense and unnerving forest.
Runtime: 71 min.

I Might Be Dead by Tomorrow

V.O.: Tant que j'ai du respir dans le corps
Can. 2020. Documentary by Steve Patry. In the middle of winter in Montreal, social workers and members of a special police team try to bring care and comfort to the homeless.
Runtime: 75 min.
Can. 2020. Documentary by Sarah Baril Gaudet. Two young people from Témiscamingue wonder about their life and their future in the region, while preparing to head off for CEGEP.
Runtime: 81 min.
Can. 2020. Documentary by Helgi Piccinin. The director follows her autistic brother and another young woman with developmental disabilities as they train for the 2019 Special Olympics in Dubai.
Runtime: 94 min.

Ziva Postec - The Editor Behind the Film Shoah

V.O.: Ziva Postec - La monteuse derrière le film Shoah
Can. 2018. Documentary by Catherine Hébert. Profile of the Israeli editor Ziva Postec, who took six years to analyze and assemble the 350 hours of film shot by Claude Lanzmann for his documentary “Shoah.”
Runtime: 92 min.
Can. 2018. Documentary by Jean-Nicolas Orhon. A year behind the scenes of the Montreal Metropolitan Orchestra, in the midst of preparing its first international tour, under the direction of conductor Yannick Nézet-Séguin.
Runtime: 92 min.
Can. 2017. Documentary by Laura Bari. Two Argentinean cousins, who suffered male violence as children, break their vows of silence to encourage victims of such abuse to denounce their aggressors.
Runtime: 100 min.
Can. 2017. Documentary by Simon Plouffe. Meetings between Indigenous people who make it their duty to transmit their ancestral languages to future generations, from the Great North to the limits of Montreal.
Runtime: 77 min.

The Hidden River

V.O.: La Rivière cachée
Can. 2017. Documentary by Jean-François Lesage. In the heart of a deep forest, on the banks of a river, individuals who have come to recharge their batteries share their thoughts on life.
Runtime: 75 min.
Can. 2017. Documentary by Hubert Caron-Guay. Portraits of South American migrants who risk their lives crossing Mexico in the hopes of settling in the United States.
Runtime: 92 min.
Can. 2003. Documentary by Benoît Pilon. The peaceful existence of a small shopkeeper in the Plateau Mont-Royal neighborhood of Montreal is turned upside down when he has to sell his grocery store and leave the place where he has always lived.
Runtime: 97 min.

Caffè Italia

V.O.: Caffè Italia, Montréal
Can. 1985. Documentary by Paul Tana with Pierre Curzi, Toni Nardi, Aldo Nova. Kaleidoscope of the Italian experience in Quebec.
Runtime: 86 min.
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