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Maison 4:3

Fr. 2022. Biography by Vincent Le Port with Dimitri Doré, Jean-Luc Vincent, Roman Villedieu. In 1905, a French seminarian, condemned for the murder of a child, revealed in writing the reasons for his act, at the request of the doctors who treated him.
Runtime: 101 min.
Can. 2022. Drama by Maxime Giroux with Vincent-Guillaume Otis, François Arnaud, Christine Beaulieu. The circumstances that led businessman Vincent Lacroix to foment a major scam at the expense of hundreds of investors.
Runtime: 110 min.
Can. 2022. Documentary by Carole Poliquin. Faced with the depletion of soils destined to feed humanity, a couple of market gardeners rethink the terms of humans' cohabitation with nature and all living things.
Runtime: 94 min.

That Kind of Summer

V.O.: Un Été comme ça
Can. 2022. Drama by Denis Côté with Larissa Corriveau, Laure Giappiconi, Anne Ratte-Polle. Under the supervision of a German therapist and a social worker, three so-called ""hypersexual"" women spend twenty-six days in a quiet house by a lake.
Runtime: 137 min.

Felix and the Treasure of Morgäa

V.O.: Félix et le trésor de Morgäa
Can. 2021. Animation by Nicola Lemay. A boy sets out to find his father who disappeared at sea two years earlier while trying to find a legendary treasure on a remote island.
Runtime: 84 min.
Can. 2021. Sentimental comedy by Don McBrearty with Rachel Bles, Stephen Huszar, Ron Lea. After renting a street food truck on a whim, a young woman signs up for a reality show and falls in love with a restaurant owner, who just happens to be a juror on the show.
Runtime: 85 min.

The Crusade

V.O.: La Croisade
Fr. 2021. Dramatic comedy by Louis Garrel with Louis Garrel, Laetitia Casta, Joseph Engel. Like hundreds of children around the world, a 13-year-old boy sells all his parents' prized possessions to fund a mysterious project to save the planet.
Runtime: 66 min.


V.O.: Un Monde
Bel. 2021. Drama by Laura Wandel with Maya Vanderbeque, Günter Duret, Karim Leklou. A little girl makes things worse by standing up for her older brother who is being bullied at their elementary school.
Runtime: 72 min.
Can. 2021. Documentary by Joannie Lafrenière with Gabor Szilasi. Dialogue between the director and the Hungarian-born photographer Gabor Szilasi.
Runtime: 101 min.
Can. 2021. Dramatic comedy by Jonathan Keijser with Hatem Ali, Ayham Abou Ammar, Yara Sabri. A Syrian refugee in Nova Scotia gives up his dream of becoming a doctor to open a chocolate factory with his father to replace the one bombed during the civil war.
Runtime: 96 min.


V.O.: L'Événement
Fr. 2021. Drama by Audrey Diwan with Anamaria Vartolomei, Kacey Mottet Klein, Luana Bajrami. In 1963 Angoulême, a pregnant student takes any means necessary to have an abortion, despite it being illegal in France.
Runtime: 100 min.
Fr. 2021. Biography by Paul Verhoeven with Virginie Efira, Charlotte Rampling, Daphné Patakia. In 17th century Italy, an abbess claiming that Jesus appeared to her attracts the attention of a papal nuncio.
Runtime: 131 min.
Fr. 2021. Documentary by Flore Vasseur. An Indonesian activist travels the world to meet young people involved in the fight for social and environmental justice.
Runtime: 95 min.

The Monopoly of Violence

V.O.: Un pays qui se tient sage
Fr. 2020. Documentary by David Dufresne. Faced with the repression of the Yellow Vests movement in France, citizens from different backgrounds are questioning the use of violence by the state.
Runtime: 86 min.
Fr. 2020. Comedy by Hugo Benamozig, David Caviglioli with Vincent Dedienne, Catherine Deneuve, Alice Belaïdi. A young idealistic researcher, gone to study a mysterious tribe in the Amazon, lands in the midst of a group of gold traffickers led by an authoritarian leader.
Runtime: 91 min.
Fr. 2020. Biography by Valérie Lemercier with Valérie Lemercier, Sylvain Marcel, Danielle Fichaud. Thanks to her mother’s determination and her manager’s wise advice, a young Quebecer becomes a global singing sensation.
Runtime: 126 min.

Old Buddies

V.O.: Les Vieux Chums
Can. 2020. Drama by Claude Gagnon with Patrick Labbé, Paul Doucet, Luka Limoges. A 50-year-old man with terminal cancer returns to his hometown to see his friends and family one last time.
Runtime: 109 min.
Can. 2020. Drama by Kaveh Nabatian with Yonah Acosta Gonzalez, Evelyn Castroda O'Farrill, Aki Yaghoubi. A Cuban ballet dancer seduces a tourist from Quebec in the hope that she will help him and his lawyer girlfriend leave the country.
Runtime: 94 min.
Can. 2020. Sports drama by Pascal Plante with Katerine Savard, Pierre-Yves Cardinal, Ariane Mainville. At the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, a Quebec swimmer who announced her early retirement is under various pressures to reconsider her decision.
Runtime: 107 min.

Call Me Human

V.O.: Je m'appelle humain
Can. 2020. Documentary by Kim O'Bomsawin. Innu poet Joséphine Bacon takes the director to the places that marked her past.
Runtime: 78 min.
Fr. 2019. Political drama by Costa-Gavras with Christos Loulis, Alexandros Bourdoumis, Ulrich Tukur. In 2015, the new Greek finance minister negotiates the repayment of the country’s huge debt with the European Union’s creditors.
Runtime: 124 min.
Can. 2019. Satire by Matthew Rankin with Dan Beirne, Sarianne Cormier, Catherine St-Laurent. In 1899 Toronto, an ambitious politician, who dreams of becoming prime minister of Canada, falls in love with a Quebec nurse.
Runtime: 90 min.

The Seven Last Words

V.O.: Les Sept dernières paroles
Can. 2019. Essay film by Juan Andres Arango, Sophie Deraspe, Sophie Goyette, Karl Lemieux, Ariane Lorrain, Caroline Monnet, Kaveh Nabatian. A series of contemporary representations of the last sentences uttered by Christ on the cross, joined by the music of Joseph Haydn.
Runtime: 73 min.
Fr. 2019. Animation by Juan Antin. In the Andes Mountains, a brave rascal and a wise girl track down the thief of a statuette representing the protective goddess of their village.
Runtime: 71 min.


V.O.: Femme(s)
Fr. 2019. Documentary by Anastasia Mikova, Yann Arthus-Bertrand. Women of all ages and backgrounds share with the camera a chapter of their intimate life, a painful memory, and an episode of their career.
Runtime: 107 min.
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