MOVIES CAN AND DO SHAPE OUR LIVES...
With thousands of participants every year, Cinéfranco has become a major Francophone institution in the Toronto audiovisual landscape!
Films are prophetic, they say: how many times have we seen a sci-fi movie dealing with horrific pandemic and its disastrous effects?
Today, we are in Toronto no longer watching a film about a deadly spreading virus but experiencing a real science fiction scenario.
On behalf of Cinéfranco, I would like to emphasize the fact that the health and safety of our precious audiences and our volunteers are at the heart of our concerns.
Let’s follow the protection and safety measures to eliminate the COVID-19 virus. We will defeat it to better enjoy and, at later dates, make of these Franco-Moroccan and Quebec films the ultimate film experiences!
Cinéfranco is working on the preparation of a special program for the month of November with the collaboration of Hot Docs!
TV5 presents Tonie Marshall's Number One
from August 9 to August 16 in partnership with CINÉFRANCO
Visit the TV5 website to watch Number One by Tonie Marshall with Emmanuelle Devos, Suzanne Clément, Richard Berry, Sami Frey, Benjamin Biolay, Francine Bergé and John Lynch.
If you like your drama and comedy served stone cold and unashamedly smart, you will like Number One very much indeed. (Graeme Tuckett, Stuff.coz.nz)
The movie will be broadcast on TV5 at 1 p.m. on Sunday, August 9, and then available on TV5’s website.
Emmanuelle Blachey is a brilliant and determined engineer who has risen up through the ranks of her company, a major French energy firm, until sitting on the board of directors. One day, a network of powerful women offer to help her become the head of a CAC 40 firm. She would be the first woman to hold such a position. But in the spheres still largely dominated by men, professional and personal obstacles increase. The conquest seemed thrilling but turns out to be a war.
This broadcast will be followed by a debate in French organized by CINÉFRANCO
on Wednesday, August 12 at 7 p.m. when you have the floor!
We invited a panel of our passionate cinephiles to be in the panel.
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
FANTASIA’S 24TH EDITION TO TAKE FLIGHT AS A CUTTING-EDGE VIRTUAL FESTIVAL
August 20 to September 2, 2020
Ticket sales will begin on August 10, 2020.
Keep in mind that there will be a limited amount of tickets available per film, so make sure to buy yours as soon as possible!
The full programming and schedule will be announced on our website and social media on August 6, so you will have time to browse and make your selections in advance.
Be sure to follow film screenings followed by Q&A’s. Audience members will be able to ask their questions directly to our guests.
Our team thanks Téléfilm Canada for its generous support and for its wonderful promotion of Canadian cinema.
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Available free of charge as of May 18 on NFB.ca
Sur la corde raide (Tightrope)
A film by Claude Guilmain
Sur la corde raide (Tightrope) looks back at the reasons for Canada's refusal to intervene in Iraq in 2003 alongside the United States. The film highlights the political tug-of-war that went on behind the scenes with a southern neighbour that has a history of interventionism on the international stage to serve its economic and geostrategic interests. This historic decision could have had far-reaching consequences for Canada, and many actors and analysts at the time and in the film show the terrible price to be paid when diplomacy fails to resolve conflicts around the world.
SITES NOT TO BE MISSED:
In theatres, video-on-demand, streaming or in the TV grid, Où voir ça helps you find it.
Films from here to discover on Aime ton cinéma.
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Political News from Ontario and the Canadian Francophonie
ONFR+ honours artists and gives them a voice on our social networks during the crisis.
Marcelle Lean, founder and director of Toronto's French-language festival Cinéfranco, had her programming devoted to Moroccan women directors cancelled due to the pandemic. She recommends two little gems of contemporary Maghreb cinema directed by women.
Canada Square cinemas November 2-13, 2020. TO BE CONFIRMED.
Hot Docs Ted Rogers cinema November 22-28, 2020. TO BE CONFIRMED.