(CANADA, 2016 101 MIN.) STC
In French with English subtitles
Award-winning filmmaker Anne Émond (Nuit #1; Les êtres cher) creatively imagined this biopic of controversial Quebec writer Nelly Arcan, who scandalized the French literary world with her semi-autobiographical novel based on her experience as a sex worker.
(CANADA, 2007 79 min.) PG
Please join us in celebrating our annual NCFD with the ten-year anniversary screening of Mark Wihak’s lyrical drama River. A Master Class in micro budget filmmaking with members of the Saskatchewan Film community will be part of the evening’s festivities, as will refreshments!
(CANADA, 2016 90 min.) STC
In English and French
Toronto-based documentary filmmaker and cinematographer Nicholas de Pencier (Four Wings and a Prayer, Watermar) examines the complex global impact that the internet has had on matters of free speech, privacy and activism.
(CANADA, 2016 100 min.) 14A
It’s the summer of 1976 and 15 year-old Kit (Dylan Authors), bored and restless, is dreaming of a more glamorous life in the big city, away from the small town where he lives with his Dad (Allan Hawco) and grandmother (Cathy Jones). Enlisting the help of his girlfriend Alice (Julia Sara Stone), they hitchhike towards a new home with his glamorous, artistic mother Laura (Molly Parker). As Kit and Alice reach their final destination their relationship is tested as Kit approaches a realization that will change his life forever.
(CANADA, 2016 120 min.) STC
“In the days following the terror attacks of Sept. 11, with his white-supremacist rage fully triggered, the self-proclaimed “Texas loud, Texas proud” redneck Mark Stroman began “hunting Arabs,” which involved shooting people he believed were Muslims from the Middle East. The State of Texas convicted him of murdering a convenience-store clerk and sentenced him to death. The Israeli filmmaker Ilan Ziv visited the killer on death row and eventually befriended the man he came to see as a remorseful enigma. Astonishingly, the lone survivor of Stroman’s spree begins a campaign to get the man who shot and half-blinded him off death row.”The Globe and Mail