Past Event

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

Opening hours:
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday: 10 AM to 5 PM
Saturday: noon to 5 PM

Holiday schedule:
The installation will be closed on December 23 and will reopen on January 3.

*The installation will be open from 10 AM to noon on December 22.
*The installation will be open from 10 AM to 5 PM on January 3.

Where: Le Rhinocéros (1st  floor)

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.

THUG, by Daniel Boos (Québec, 15 minutes, English)

An aspiring actor risks a close friendship to get cast in a film.

Vol de nuit, by Clara L'Heureux-Garcia (Québec, 16 minutes, French, English subtitles)

UQAM. The «New» university. Birthplace of the Québec student movements of 2012 and 2015.

Photo jaunie, by Fanie Pelletier (Québec, 30 minutes, French, English subtitles)

A documentary essay in which the filmmaker traces the existence of her father, who died when she was 12.

Lira's Forest, by Connor Jessup (Ontario, 9 minutes, no dialog)

As the end of her life approaches, an old woman encounters a strange spirit from a nearby forest.

Chinatown, by Guillaume Cyr (Québec, 15 minutes, French, English subtitles)

A florist borrows $ 10,000 to a pawnbroker . When it comes time to pay , the money is not there. Good accounts make good enemies.

V.E. Day, by Zachary Barkhouse and Courtney Kelsey (Québec, 9 minutes, no dialog)

The story of an insurrection on Canada’s east coast when Allied Victory was announced at the end of World War II.

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