festival du nouveau cinema

festival du nouveau cinema

It’s that time of the year. The Festival du nouveau cinéma de Montreal is back for its 47th edition, running over 300 movies between October 3rd and October 14th. You read that number right… imagine having to choose between all of those titles? Exciting to say the least. This year’s festival will...
The SAT just released their latest creation, Lamparium by Séverine Fontaine ( Cie IKB ), which has been selected in the Festival du nouveau cinéma in the category FNC explore . You'll be able to immerse yourselves in an out-of-body experience, and the entire thing will be screened in the Satosphere...
A Girl Walks Home Alone At Night
Last Sunday was the closing day of Festival du Nouveau Cinema and you bet your ass I was going to watch a movie. Since Halloween is just around the corner and I’ve been binging on True Blood (shoutouts to Kelly’s hard drive) I decided to try my luck on the indie flick A Girl Walks Home Alone At...
The Tale of Princess Kaguya
For those in tuned with Japanese culture, the story behind Princess Kaguya and the Bamboo Cutter is a familiar one, one that finds its roots in 10th century Japanese folktale. Considered amongst the oldest Japanese narratives and an early example of proto science-fiction, Kaguya -hime's adventure...
Tokyo Tribe
Just last year, Japanese film director Sion Sono left a strong impression on the Festival du Nouveau Cinema audience with his bloody cinephile-meets-Yakuza film Why Don't You Play In Hell , walking away with the Temps Ø Public Prize . This year, we once again might have thought he stood a chance...
The Good Lie poster
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” -African Proverb A bittersweet tale of a truth that still haunts many parts of the world and especially Africa, The Good Lie , directed by Philippe Falardeau (Monsieur Lazhar), follows a group dubbed “The Lost Boys of Sudan” as...