Past Event

Installation showcasing short films presented by the Phi Centre in collaboration with Téléfilm Canada! Watch a series of short films produced by local talents.

Monday to Friday: 9 AM to 5 PM
Saturday: noon to 5 PM
Sunday: closed

On evenings when films are being shown in Space B (2nd floor), the installation remains open to visitors until the start of the screening.

Free admission

Please note that the Phi Centre will be closed for the holiday season as of December 23, at noon. We will be back on January 3 with our regular schedule.

Danny Lennon, Film Curator at the Phi Centre and programmer at Prends ça court! surprises the curious with a rich and varied selection.

All short films are shown in the original language.

My father's tools, by Heather Condo (Québec, 6 minutes, French, English subtitles)

In honor of his father, Stephen continues the production of traditional baskets.

The Three Sisters Community Garden, by Zachary Greenleaf (Québec, 5 minutes, French, English subtitles)

Zachary Greenleaf tries to reintroduce the three sisters in his community

Nous nous soulèverons, by Natasha Kanapé Fontaine (Québec, 4 minutes, French, English subtitles)

Natasha Kanapé Fontaine invites us to rise up to bring light to the world.

Rien sur les mocassins, by Eden Mallina Awashish (Québec, 4 minutes, French, English subtitles)

There will be no film on moccasins.

No Highway, by Virgil Héroux Laferté (Québec, 19 minutes, French, English subtitles)

On the eve of its 50th anniversary, Marc Provencher is embarking on a long journey.

Une nuit, by Serge Bordeleau (Québec, 6 minutes, French, English subtitles)

A night like any other in a bar, the furtive glances, moments of euphoria and trouble are captured.

Ape Sodom, by Maxwell McCabe-Lokos (Ontario, 14 minutes, English)

A filthy garbage-picker is retained as a personal slave by a wealthy ultra-consumer still worshipping at the temple of a life he once knew.

Scratch (triptyque-3), by Pierre Hébert (Québec, 2 minutes, no dialog)

A meditation on time, both radically abstract and intensely material.

Fish, by Heather Young (Nova Scotia, 11 minutes, English)

A single mother raises her three children while trying to keep their father involved.

Nonna, by Pascal Plante (Québec, 10 minutes, French, English subtitles)

A drunken evening with grandma.

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