Day of canadian cinema: spotlight on films from quebec

The seventh art in quebec will have a new opportunity to shine at the Day of the canadian film, which will be held on Wednesday.

In order to bring the films here, a showcase that brings together various titles of fiction and documentary was created to address rdifq.ca by the Consolidation of independent distributors of movies in Quebec. There are 18 works with links to the different platforms for viewing.

Of recent productions such as “Antigone”, “Apapacho: a caress for the soul”, “It was raining birds”, “Kuessipan”, “The barbarians of la Malbaie”, “Thanks for everything” and “Live at 100 miles per hour” are suggested, but proposals unveiled several years ago as “Rebelle” by Kim Nguyen, or “The true nature of Bernadette”.

The movies are available in multiple locations, including illico, iTunes, and Vimeo. Of short capsules featuring different images have been deposited on the page Facebook of Grouping independent distributors of films (Québec facebook.com/rdifq).

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