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FNC 51 unveils shorts line-up

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#FNC51 : THE SHORT FILM
SELECTION UNVEILED!

From October 5 to 16, festivalgoers will have a chance to discover over 100 short films from close to 30 countries at the Cinémathèque québécoiseCinéma Moderne and Agora  in UQÀM's Cœur des Sciences. Audiences are also invited to the many special events honouring our homegrown filmmakers.

Tickets will be on sale on Tuesday, September 20 at 5 p.m.

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A BOLD SELECTION

For its 51st edition, the FNC highlights works by emerging talents and established directors from here and around the world that garnered attention in the past year on the international festival circuit.

They include Salomé Villeneuve’s III, straight from its screening at the Venice Film Festival earlier this month, Emilie Mannering’s À la vie à l'amor and Matthew Rankin’s Municipal Relaxation Module, both of which screened at TIFF, and Au crépuscule by Miryam Charles, presented at the Locarno Festival.
Audiences will also be treated to works by international filmmakers, including On Xerxes’ Throne by Evi Kalogiropoulou, winner of best short film at Cannes Critics’ Week in May, and Il faut regarder le feu ou brûler dedans, directed by Caroline Poggi and Jonathan Vinel, the subjects of an FNC retrospective in 2019.

CARTES BLANCHES

Two short films produced by the FNC and directed by local filmmakers will be presented alternately before the screening of some of the festival's films: Immune by Mike Hoolboom and Visites nocturnes silencieuses by Ariane Louis-Seize. The project is made possible thanks to the support of Telefilm Canada and Post-Moderne.
 

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