15 - 26 Nov. 2023
Aboard a volunteer-driven vehicle, dozens of families are trying to flee Ukraine, they leave behind their trauma, and safeguard their dreams for a brighter future.See full details
Catherine Boivin | 2022 | Atikamekw | S.T French
In a visual exploration through multiple angles and perspectives, the multidisciplinary artist Catherine Boivin travels the road of personal reflection, following in her ancestors’ footsteps.See full details
Khoa Lê | 2023 | Vietnamese | S.T French
Under the bright lights of Saigon, this film celebrates the authenticity and emotional bonds of members of the Vietnamese queer community in their quest for love and belonging.See full details
Crowrã is an ethnofiction that spans almost a century of Krahô memories, their stories of resistance equally powerful as those of the carnage survived by the community.See full details
A tipping point for a world to be redefined, this film essay explores film and today’s society through a powerful and complex non-linear discourse.See full details
Ella Morton | 2023 | English, Mi'kmaw | S.T. English
Inuk and Mi’kmaq artist Amy Hull evokes the complexity of her relationship to nostalgia and to her home region through childhood stories and images filmed in 16 mm and Super 8.See full details
Alhasan Yousef | 2023 | Arabic, English | S.T. English
Evoking anxiety through sensory elements, Syrian filmmaker Alhasan Yousef’s non-linear short conveys the anguish and powerlessness he feels around the fate of his homeland.See full details
Anna Dziapshipa | 2023 | Georgian, Russian | S.T. English
Drawing on archives and memories, the filmmaker tries to make sense of an identity that straddles the border separating Abkhazia and Georgia.See full details
In From the East, the Belgian filmmaker Chantal Akerman takes viewers on a contemplative, dialogue-free exploration of post-Soviet Union Eastern Europe.See full details
A remote Chilean village exists in the shadow of a foreboding power station from which it receives no supply. An electrifying observational film.See full details
To celebrate the quebec premiere of Má Sài Gón (Mère Saigon), the RIDM, Les Films de l'autre and Les Films du 3 Mars invite you at a festive evening to the sounds of Vietnam and beyond, with some Japanese, Chinese and American music mixed by the montreal collective Transpacific Express.
Get ready to danse on the best hip-hop, disco, urban pop, R&B and House beats of the Pacific for an unforgettable night !
This event is free.
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