Film events and Master Classes
| 70 minutes | 2018
Over the summer of 2016, André Brassard (stage and film director, actor) talked to us about his life. "This is my last speech, it’s what I want to say before leaving." A film, a testament. For one hour, every week that summer, Brassard recounted in flashbacks his roller coaster existence with sincerity, intelligence and humour. “I was spoiled by life and now I have nothing,” says the man who revolutionized Quebec theatre and created almost all of Michel Tremblay's plays. For years, André, victim of a stroke, has been wheelchair bound in his Montréal apartment. "I'm not happy to live, I'm tired. If death was a taxi, I'd call it," murmurs André, clumsily tracing with his finger the words: The End. WORLD PREMIERE
The late 1980s: the Soviet Union is on the verge of collapse. One NHL hockey team, the Detroit Red Wings, exploits growing Soviet instability to attract...
UNITED STATES | 70 minutes | 2018
Their names are Sandra, Deyna, Veronica, Yerliane and Daniuska. They’re all from underprivileged backgrounds. Through their innate talent for futbol, not...
VENEZUELA , Mexico , Jordan , United States | 70 minutes | 2018
Contrary to popular belief, Canada’s national sport is not actually hockey – it’s lacrosse! Here is the true story of Russ Sheppard, a Toronto...
CANADA | 70 minutes | 2018
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