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Mon oncle Antoine (My Uncle Antoine) (1971)

Mon oncle Antoine (My Uncle Antoine)

A small asbestos-mining town in Quebec of the 1940s is the setting for this legendary, bittersweet slice-of-life comedy. Orphaned 14-year-old Benoît (Gagnon) arrives to live with a foster family and becomes a part of the exploits of village life,...

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Léolo

Young Léolo (Collin) lives in a Montreal apartment building with his chaotic and eccentric family, but he spends much of his time in his own imagination.  Lauzon's critically acclaimed film tells the tale from Léolo's point-of-view, alternating the stark reality...

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Indian Horse

Adapted from the much-celebrated novel by the late Ojibway writer Richard Wagamese, INDIAN HORSE is a powerful drama that delves deep into the shameful history of Canada’s Residential Schools. The young protagonist of Wagamese’s saga – brought to the screen by...

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Le coq de St-Victor (The Rooster of St-Victor)

In this fun, animated family comedy, a village rooster's punctual (and loud!) crowing keeps everyone awake until a group of sleepy locals hatch a scheme to get rid of him. However, the village goings-on become unexpectedly chaotic after the...

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J.A. Martin photographe (J.A. Martin Photographer) (1997)

J.A. Martin photographe (J.A. Martin Photographer)

It’s no secret that much of an artist’s craft is spent in solitude. For photographer J. A. Martin (Sabourin) in late 1800s Quebec, solitude is found in the countryside during the summer, when he travels around taking beautiful photographs...

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