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During eleven days of festival : over 300 films (feature and short films) by directors from Québec, Canada and abroad, installations, performances, transmedia projects, cocktails, parties, conferences, and encounters are offered to the audience.

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The Good Lie (U.S.) from director Philippe Falardeau to OPEN FNC 14

 

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THE GOOD LIE, BY PHILIPPE FALARDEAU WILL KICK OFF THE FESTIVAL ON OCTOBER 8

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The much-anticipated The Good Lie (U.S.) from director Philippe Falardeau (Monsieur Lazhar, FNC 2011 closing film; Congorama, FNC 2006 opening film) will mark the opening of the 43rd edition on Wednesday, October 8, at the Théâtre Maisonneuve of Place des Arts.

The director’s first American feature follows refugees of Sudan’s civil war, universally known as “The Lost Boys,” as they struggle to forge new lives in America. The Good Lie stars Reese Witherspoon, Corey Stoll and Sudanese actors Arnold Oceng, Ger Duany, Emmanuel Jal and Kuoth Wiel, in a story of survival and triumph. The film will open in select theatres in Quebec later in October.

The screening will open with Matthew Rankin’s short film Mynarski Death Plummet (Québec / Canada), a visually surreal, phantasmagorical work tracking the final moments in the life of Andrew Mynarski, a World War II hero from Winnipeg.

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THE SALT OF THE EARTH, BY WIM WENDERS AND JULIANO RIBEIRO SALGADO, WILL CLOSE THE FESTIVAL ON OCTOBER 18

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Closing the Festival on Saturday, October 18, the documentary feature The Salt of the Earth (Brazil/Italy/France), co-directed by Wim Wenders and Juliano Ribeiro Salgado highlights the life and work of Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado, who documented some of the leading sociopolitical events of recent history and later went in search of uncharted territory, capturing spectacular landscapes and wild flora and fauna.

An FNC favourite, the German filmmaker won the Un Certain Regard Special Prize and an Ecumenical Jury commendation at this year’s Cannes Festival. The film is distributed in Quebec by Métropole Films.

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TOKYO TRIBE, BY SION SONO WILL OPEN THE TEMPS ZÉRO SECTION ON OCTOBER 9

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Tokyo Tribe by Japanese director Sion Sono will open the Temps Zéro section, this year celebrating its 10th anniversary. The rap-infused musical is set in a futuristic Tokyo where the gangs that run the city are forced to team up to battle a nasty, nefarious ogre of a mob boss named Big Buppa (Rikki Takeuchi). 

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THE FESTIVAL WILL CO-PRESENT 3 MOVIES DURING POP MONTREAL

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During Pop Montréal, the Festival du nouveau cinema will co-present 3 movies at Concordia University:  

Listen up Philip by Alex Ross Perry, on September 17, 8:30pm
Buzzard by Joel Potrykus, on September 21, 4pm
- and Whiplash by Damien Chazelle, on September 21, 8pm

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43rd edition of the Festival du nouveau cinéma in Montréal > October 8 - 19, 2014
Complete programming revealed on September 23, 2014
 

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