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Ste-Anne

Please note that this event is now archived.
Fiction
Native voices

Sessions

Saturday, 9 April 2022 | 10:00 La Maison du Cinéma

                                    Poster of Ste-Anne

Best Canadian Film – Toronto International Film Festival – 2021
Official Selection – Festival international du film de Berlin – 2021
Official 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.

Director

Rhayne Vermette

Screenplay

Rhayne Vermette

Country

Canada - Manitoba

Year

2021

Duration

1h20

Category

Fiction

Language

French
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