‘Quebec Films’ Archive

Video: Cinepix Tribute

Fantasia 2011 – Cinepix from Fantasia Festival on Vimeo.

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Video Interview: Pat Tremblay – Hellacious Acres: The Case of John Glass

Video Interview: Danielle Ouimet – Daughters of Darkness

Video: Fantasia Days 7 + 8

Fantasia Nuit Blanche events at Place des Arts: BOLLYWOOD ZAPPIN’ PARTY + BEST OF FANTASIA!

NUIT BLANCHE À MONTRÉAL, Montreal’s wildest winter night takes over the city is back. For the fourth year in a row, la Place des Arts invites on February 26th at midnight for free all montrealers to discover some of the best short features presented in 2010 at the Fantasia International Film Festival.

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Fantasia congratulates Adrien Morot on his Oscar Nomination!

Local FX / makeup artist Adrien Morot has worked on many films that have graced Fantasia screens over the years, including Maurice Deveraux’ Lady of the Lake (1998) and Slashers (2001), Érik Canuel’s Bon Cop, Bad Cop (2006) and many more, as well as participating in a round table discussion at our 2010 edition about Special FX in Quebec-made films. Fellow local FX artist and Dread Central scribe Andy Mauro joins us in offering congratulatory words to Adrien on his recent Oscar nomination.

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BLOODY VALENTINES : The 48Hr Horror Filmmaking Contest!

Win a 10-pack of tickets to Fantasia 2011 from a jury consisting of filmmaker Douglas Buck (Cutting Moments, the upcoming Theatre Bizarre), FX artist/Dread Central scribe Evil Andy and Motion Picture Purgatory creator Rick Trembles!

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Fantasia embarks on International Collaboration with France’s Festival des Maudits Films

If you happen to be in Grenoble, France between January 18-22, make a point of checking out Le Festival des Maudits Films – for the opening night of its sophomore year, the festival will be presenting a collection of Québécois short films in association with The Fantasia Festival and the Fantastique week-end du court-métrage québécois!

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Cross-continental crime in Jean-François Richet’s one-two punch of MESRINE films

“Mesrine is in the tradition of Jules Dassin’s Rififi or Jean-Pierre Melville’s Le Cercle Rouge: muscular, forthright storytelling, hard-smoking, hard-drinking action…” — Peter Bradshaw, THE GUARDIAN Jacques Mesrine is no stranger to Montrealers – born near Paris in 1936, he was already a known criminal by the early 60s, and soon made his way to [...]

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