Directed by Félix Brassard, Amir Belkaim
Hosted by Directors Amir Belkaim and Félix Brassard and Producer Mathieu R. Grenier
Amir Belkaim, Félix Brassard
Amir Belkaim, Félix Brassard, Mathieu R. Grenier
Robin Aubert, Mario Boivin, Roger Cantin, Erik Canuel, Carnior, Pierre Corbeil, Rémy Couture, Rock Demers, André Dubois, Rémi Fréchette, Isabelle Gauvreau, Izabel Grondin, Patrick Huard, Marcel Jean, Marc Lamothe, Jean-Claude Lord, Jarrett Mann, Bernard Perron, Luc Picard, RKSS, Nicole Robert, Patrick Sénécal, Yves Simoneau
Mathieu R. Grenier
Stéphanie Hamelin Tomala
"L'inquiétante absence" is a documentary that examines the current state of genre films in Québec. In an attempt to answer their questions, the filmmakers conducted several interviews with leading figures of Québec's genre cinema from various backgrounds, in addition to meeting with fans at festivals and conventions.
Veronika Franz, Severin Fiala
Hailed at Sundance as “the next great horror film,” this nerve-shredding story of inexplicable, terrifying things happening to a snowed-in family stars Richard Armitage, Riley Keough and Alicia Silverstone...
Richard Bates Jr.
The magic of Airbnb connects fed-up-with-everything millennial Olive (Amanda Crew) with angry-with-everything MAGA widower Henry (Robert Patrick). Sparks fly, along with a whole lot of witticisms — and blo...
Influenced by the counterculture and informed by an anger that speaks to catastrophic environmental neglect, one of the great leftfield Euro-horror works of the ’70s — a still-startling nightmare creation ...