Apr.1Apr.302016

Installation

Past Event

Installation showcasing short films at the Phi Centre, presented in collaboration with Téléfilm Canada

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 9 AM à 5 PM
Saturday: 12 PM à 5 PM
On evenings when films are being shown in Space B (2nd floor), the Not Short on Talent installation remains open to visitors until the start of the screening.
Free admission

Where: Space C (2nd floor)

Danny Lennon, Film Curator at the Phi Centre and programmer at Prends ça court! surprises the curious with a rich and varied selection. Each of the five screens offers a choice of two films.

April's Not Short on Talent programming includes Maurice, by François Jaros, winner of the Best Fiction Short Film at the Gala du cinéma québécois 2016 and She Stoops to Conquer, by Zach Russell, winner of the Best Live Action Short Drama at the Canadian Screen Awards 2016.

And why not use this opportunity to stop by our Virtual Reality Garden?

Sleeping Giant, by Andrew Cividino (British Columbia, 17 minutes)

Fourteen-year-old Adam is spending the summer in a small beach community on the North shore of Lake Superior.

Nina, by Halima Elkhatabi
(Quebec, 15 minutes)

Nina ventures out with her friends to escape the relentless demands of teen motherhood in Montreal.

Zsofika, by Maxime-Claude L'Écuyer (Quebec, 15 minutes)

A man returns home after dedicating his life to war.

Scarlet, by David Latreille (Quebec, 11 minutes)

A jellyfish must be mutilated in order to reach immortality.

La Voce, by David Uloth (Quebec, 22 minutes)

Edgar works in a pig slaughterhouse. He loves opera and he loves Ginette, the stripper of his dreams.

Imelda, by Martin Villeneuve (Quebec, 14 minutes)

A short comedy film about a very special old woman.

Maurice, by François Jaros (Quebec, 12 minutes)

Maurice had made a list: pick a date, announce his retirement, sell the car, see old friends, and empty the garage. Then, die with dignity..

Le nom que tu portes, by Hervé Demers (Quebec, 15 minutes)

When Vlace is suspended for hitting a classmate, Sasha is called to come get his son and has no choice but to take him along on his delivery route.

Atomic Saké, by Louise Archambault (Quebec, 32 minutes)

Three friends in their twenties reunite at a dinner.

She Stoops to Conquer, by Zack Russell (Ontario, 16 minutes)

A struggling talent-show performer wanders into a nightclub disguised in a mask, and is inexplicably attracted to the real-life doppelgänger of her masked character.

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