Canadian Film Day on April 20th was an amazing day for all of Canada and a magical evening for Cinéfranco.
At the beginning of the evening, despite a chilly wind, the sun was shining on the moviegoers going into THE ROYAL cinema and thrilled to meet each other.
Moving testimonies about the late Jean-Marc Vallée made the audience vibrate with emotion as they rediscovered or discovered the restored version of the film C.R.A.Z.Y. with English subtitles.
Cinéfranco was very proud to partner with REEL CANADA for this exceptional day that brought together all lovers of Canadian cinema.
Thank you to the warm enthusiasm of the dear Cinéfranco faithful.
Have a great summer full of good cinema!
NATIONAL CANADIAN FILM DAY 2022
Cinéfranco is delighted to copresent 4 films. Select the film to learn more!
Thank you to everyone who joined Cinéfranco on National Canadian Film Day for the viewing of C.R.A.Z.Y. and tribute to Jean-Marc Vallée.
Raf and Julie, a couple on the verge of breaking up, find themselves in an emergency ward bordering on collapse on the evening of a Parisian Yellow Vest protest. Their encounter with Yann, an angry and injured demonstrator, will shatter each person's certainties and prejudices. Outside, the tension escalates. The hospital, under pressure, must close its doors. Staff is overwhelmed. The night will be long...
Françoise Fabian, Aure Atika, Grégory Montel Damien Chapelle, Mehdi Nebbou, Déborah Saïag, Julia Dumont, Bouraouïa Marzouk, Pascal Elbé, Anne Suarez, Bernard Murat, Michaël Abiteboul, Michèle Moretti, Delphine Horvilleur.
Rose, 78, has just lost her most beloved husband. When her grief gives way to a powerful impulse of life that makes her realize that she can still redefine herself as a woman, the whole balance of the family is upset.
UNE JEUNE FILLE QUI VA BIEN (A RADIANT GIRL)
Paris, summer 1942. Irene is a young, bubbly, 19-year-old Jewish girl. Her family watches her discover the world, friends, new love and a passion for the theatre. The aspiring actress is living her youthful life without a care in the world, but she does not know that time may be running out.
An American writer living in exile in London, Philip listens to women… His English mistress, who visits him regularly in the studio that serves as their refuge… A student he loved in another life… A former lover confined to a hospital in New York…
Recommended by Cinéfranco
By Antoine Barraud
France, Belgium, Switzerland 2021
Available at the Bell Lightbox starting June 10.
Judith (Virginie Efira) is leading a busy double life: one in France and one in Switzerland. She has two lovers, Abdel (Quim Gutiérrz) with whom she has a little girl Ninon (Loïse Benguerel), and Melvil (Bruno Salomone), with whom she has two older boys. What seems like a delicate balancing act from Judith is a life built on lies, secrets, and a constant juggle between the same conversations without making any progress. With pressure mounting steadily on Judith from both her personal and professional life, she starts to crack under pressure and gets caught in a trap. With a decision needing to be made on which life she wants to choose, Judith decides to run aware from it all, losing all control while the situation spirals out of control.