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22.02.28 -


QUEBEC PREMIERE Official Selection – TIFF – 2021 The Gordon Parsons Award for Best Atlantic Feature – Atlantic Film Festival – 2021Best Screenwriting – Atlantic Film Festival – 2021 In a rural east-coast trailer park, Link lives with his toxic father and younger half-brother Travis. When Link discovers his Mi’kmaw mother could still be alive, it lights a flame and they make a run for a better life. On the road they meet Pasmay, a pow wow dancer drawn to Link. As the boys journey across Mi’kma’ki, Link finds community, identity, and love in the land where he belongs.

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Best Canadian Film – Toronto International Film Festival – 2021Official Selection – Festival international du film de Berlin – 2021Official Selection – New York Film Festival – 2021 As a party wanders into the night, word arrives that Renée has emerged from obscurity. This cataclysmic moment ignites Modeste’s awkward reunion with his older sibling. Renée has been missing for years and her presence unsettles the family, which also includes her own daughter, Athene. As Renée begins to form her dreams from fragments of her past, ominous premonitions disrupt the land. Shot over the course of two years, Ste. Anne traces an allegorical reclamation of land through personal, symbolic and historical sites all across Treaty 1 Territory, heartland of the Métis Nation.

22.02.28 -

Son of Monarchs

QUEBEC PREMIERE Alfred P. Sloan Feature Film Prize – Sundance Film Festival – 2021Grand Jury Prize / New American Competition – Seattle International Film Festival 2021 After his grandmother’s death, a Mexican biologist living in New York returns to his hometown, nestled in the majestic monarch butterfly forests of Michoacán. The journey forces him to confront past traumas and reflect on his hybrid identity, sparking a personal and spiritual metamorphosis.

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Best Screenplay – Festival du nouveau cinéma de Montréal – 2021Best Screenplay – Whistler Film Festival – 2021EDA Award for Best Female Directed Feature – 2021 With Christine Beaulieu, Jean-Sébastien Courchesne, Jean-Luc Kanapé Accompanied by her lover, Sophie (Christine Beaulieu) travels to the Côte-Nord to honour her late father’s last wishes: namely, to have his ashes scattered in Schefferville, the place where he’d spent much of his life before the mine closed. When tragedy strikes, the couple find themselves trapped in a near-ghost town whose past secrets begin to bubble back up to the surface. A spine-tingling thriller set way, way out of the city, Fortin’s splendidly crafted first feature, anchored in the Innu community of Matimekush, ventures into an isolated region to set the stage for an authentic encounter between the quintessential city slicker and nature.

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Kímmapiiyipitssini : la voie de l’empathie

Rogers Audience Award for Canadian Feature Documentary – Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival, Toronto (2021)Colin Low Award for Best Canadian Director – DOXA Documentary Film Festival, Vancouver (2021)Audience Choice Award – Canadian Documentary Feature – CIFF Calgary International Film Festival, Calgary (2021) Kímmapiiyipitssini (Blackfoot)GEE-maa-bee-bit-sin — giving kindness to each other. Elle–Máijá Tailfeathers’ film witnesses radical and profound change in her community. Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy is an intimate portrait of survival, love and the collective work of healing in the Kainai First Nation in Southern Alberta, a Blackfoot community facing the impacts of substance use and a drug-poisoning epidemic. Community members active in addiction and recovery, first responders and medical professionals implement harm reduction to save lives. This work is contextualized within the historical and contemporary impacts of settler colonialism; Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy draws a connecting line between the effects of colonial violence on Blackfoot land and people and the ongoing substance-use crisis. Held in love and hope for the future, Kímmapiiyipitssini: The Meaning of Empathy asks the audience to be a part of this remarkable change with the community.

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Courts Métrages – Sélection autochtone

Native Shorts Films from the National Film Board of Canada. WITH SUZIE O’BOMSAWIN, ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER OF THE CONSEIL DES ABÉNAKIS D’ONANAK In the program:Mary Two-Axe Early : Je suis redevenue indienne, by Courtney Montour (2021, 33 min)*L’Avenir entre nos mains, by Carol Geddes , Ginny Stikeman and Yolande Garant (1986, 29 min)Les enfants des Nomades, by Evelyne Papatie (2018, 2 min)Délia d e 9 à 5, by Délia Gunn (2018, 3 min)Des histoires ancrées en nous, by Janine Windolph (2019, 11 min) * Featured image.

22.02.16 -

Tia et Piujuq

Prix Jean Malaurie – Festival du Film Canadien de Dieppe Summer moves slowly for Tia, a 10-year-old Syrian girl who has recently moved to Montreal with her parents, as she struggles to make new friends. When she finds a magic portal that transports her to the arctic tundra, she befriends Piujuq, an Inuk girl of her age, and they immerse themselves in a world of Inuit myth and magic. 10 years and older

20.05.20 -

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open

Grand Prix Focus Québec/Canada – Festival du nouveau cinéma – 2019 Best Canadian feature film, honourable mention | Toronto International Film Festival – 2019 Best Canadian Film of the Year – Toronto Films Critics Association – 2019 Official selection | Berlinale (Germany) – 2019 6 nominations – Prix Écrans canadiens 2020 Two Indigenous women from vastly different backgrounds find their worlds colliding as one of them, Rosie, is fleeing a violent domestic attack. What begins as an urgent and terrifying escape, tentatively expands as the women weave a fragile bond in their short time together while navigating the complexities of motherhood and the ongoing legacy of colonialism. Presentation of the film by Rachida Azdouz Watch the film Click on the Watch the film button below; Create your free Vimeo account or login to your Vimeo session if you already have an account; Once logged in, a free promotional code will automatically appear; All you have to do is take advantage of the free movie rental, valid for 24 hours. Enjoy the movie! Find our detailed user guide if you need it. Watch also the video presentation of the film by Rachida Azdouz, available below! Watch the film Watch the film PRESENTATION Discover the interview with Rachida Azdouz, previously member of the jury of the FCMS International Competition, who presents her analysis of the film. Discover the films distributed by Level Film at level.film

20.05.14 -

Nin E Tepueian – Mon cri

Official selection – Présence autochtone (Canada) – 2019 With Natasha Kanapé Fontaine This documentary tracks the journey of Innu poet, actress and activist Natasha Kanapé Fontaine, at a pivotal time in her career as a committed artist. To heal the wound of racism, Natasha has re-appropriated her Innu language and become a media spokesperson. Words have helped her rediscover her roots and empowered her. She gets the conversation going, and as it develops, she questions the need for self-determination for herself as well as for other Indigenous people both here and elsewhere. Presentation of the film by the director Watch the film Click on the Watch the film button below; A new page opens, containing a free code. Click on the Go button; All you have to do is take advantage of the free movie rental. Enjoy the movie! Watch also the interview with the director Santiago Bertolino, available below! Watch the film Watch the film PRESENTATION Discover the interview with the director, Santiago Bertolino, about his film. Discover the films distributed by Les Films du 3 Mars, some of which are available in Video on Demand at f3m.ca