Presented by: Canadian Film Institute
This event is part of this year’s tribute to screen legend Christopher Plummer.
Thrilling yet emotionally powerful, Remember follows retired veteran Zev Guttman (Christopher Plummer), who is asked to fulfill his friend’s dying wish: to hunt down a Nazi that has escaped capture for decades following World War II, and thus close their painful, personal chapter of the Holocaust. But as Guttman suffers from memory loss, shining light on this history reveals secrets even darker than he could have expected.
A riveting journey that will keep you guessing until the very end, Remember’s engrossing twists and incredible performances are simply unforgettable.
“This is one of those rare mainstream releases that gets everything right, right down to its knockout ending.” — Scott Marks, San Diego Reader
Johanna Schneller in conversation with director Atom Egoyan
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Atom Egoyan has produced a significant body of work in film, television, and theatre. He has won 59 awards and been nominated for 75 others, and has screened his films at festivals around the world. He was the recipient of the Grand Prix and International Critics Awards from the Cannes Film Festival and has been nominated for two Academy Awards. His films have been presented in major retrospectives around the world and a number of books have been written about his work. Egoyan’s installations have been exhibited at museums and galleries in Canada and abroad, including the Venice Biennale. His latest film, Guest of Honour, premiered at TIFF in 2019.
Johanna Schneller is one of North America’s leading freelance journalists specializing in entertainment features. She is known for hosting TVO’s film series “Saturday Night at the Movies. She has been a contributor to major magazines, including Vanity Fair, In Style, Premiere, More and Ladies Home Journal. Her weekly Fame Game column in The Globe and Mail, Canada’s national newspaper, has been nominated for four National Newspaper Awards. Her What I’m Watching TV column in The Toronto Star and Metro are released daily.
Johanna Schneller is now recognized as the host for CBC’s new series, The Filmmakers. Her role includes interviewing directors and film experts about classic Canadian films.