Free admission

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

Opening hours:
Monday: closed
Tuesday to Sunday: 10 AM to 6 PM

Free Admission

Each month, the Phi Centre and Telefilm Canada surprise the curious with a rich and varied selection of short films.

All short films are shown in the original language.

Les Beiges, by Étienne Lacelle (Québec, 10 minutes, French, English subtitles)

The world occupied by a group of car enthusiasts in Saint-Eustache, Québec.

La voyante, by Alexandre Auger and Alexis Fortier Gauthier (Québec, 19 minutes, French, English subtitles)

A medium receives three clients who came to talk about their problems.

Citizen Poet, by Mike Hoolboom (Ontario, 12 minutes, English, no subtitles)

In the golden light of a sunrise in Amsterdam, a poem by Lisa Robertson floats across the waters.

Kookie, by Justin Harding (Ontario, 8 minutes, English, no subtitles)

Bree, a dishonest 9-year-old receives a terrifying visitor.

Dr. Diaz, by Benoît Desjardins (Québec, 27 minutes, French, French subtitles)

To help the inhabitants of a village, Dr. Manuel Diaz opposes a multinational

The Road to Webequie, by Ryan J. Noth and Tess Girard (Ontario, 19 minutes, English, no subtitles)

A nearby mining development poses new hopes and threats for the local community of Webequie.

Nacimientos (Giving Birth), by the Panama group (Québec, 8 minutes, Spanish, French subtitles)

An elder of the Panama Embera people shares the knowledge of her people surrounding births.

Water Warriors, by Michael Premo (New Brunswick, 22 minutes, English, no subtitles)

Indigenous and white families unite to protect their water and way of life.

The Blue Jet, by Lawrence Le Lam (British Columbia, 15 minutes, English and Mandarine, English subtitles)

Blue Jet is a rebellious radio DJ who broadcasts banned rock & roll in 1970s Taiwan.

God Forgives, We Don’t, by Kristof Brandl (Québec, 23 minutes, English, no subtitles)

The life of a naïve adolescent who is drafted into the military.

We are happy to accommodate group visits. To ensure that your group of 6 people or more enjoys the best possible conditions, please contact us 48h before your visit.

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