Feb.12Feb.292016

Installation

Past Event

The Phi Centre, in collaboration with Telefilm Canada, launches a new space devoted to Canadian short films

Opening hours:
Monday to Friday: 9 AM à 5 PM
Saturday: 12 PM à 5 PM
On evenings when films are being shown, the installation remains accessible to visitors until the start of the film.
Free admission

Where: Space C (2nd floor)

Please note that the Phi Centre will be closed on Saturday, February 27, 2016. The installation will also not be accessible.

Danny Lennon, the Phi Centre’s Film Curator and Programmer of Prends ça court!, will surprise the curious with a rich and varied selection. Each of the five screens will offer a choice of two films. The programming will be updated regularly, offering cinephiles a wide selection of films for their viewing pleasure.

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

Programming will be changed every month.

Viaduc, by Patrice Laliberté (Quebec, 19 minutes)

One night, Mathieu, 17, goes under a viaduct to do a graffiti.

Star, by Émilie Mannering (Quebec, 15 minutes)

Star follows the path of Tito and Jay, two brothers living in the Montreal neighborhood of Park Extension.

Hole, by Martin Edralin (Ontario, 15 minutes)

A daring portrait of a disabled man yearning for intimacy in a world that would rather ignore him.

Bleu Tonnerre, by Jean-Marc E. Roy and Philippe David Gagné (Quebec, 21 minutes)

Bruno, in his thirties and in desperate need of a purpose, ends up homeless after a breakup.

The Substitute, by Nathan Hughes-Berry (Ontario, 23 minutes)

A young teacher takes a job at an unusual private school where she soon discovers that the boys have a sinister power over the girls.

Le roi de la montagne, by Anh Minh Truong (Quebec, 21 minutes)

Jo and Jay, two typical suburb teenagers, are constantly challenging each others at the “king of the hill” game.

The Chaperone, by Fraser Munden and Neil Rathbone (Quebec, 11 minutes)

In this 3D animated documentary, a retired schoolteacher and a DJ recall their heroic exploits.

Île et aile, by Dan Popa (Quebec, 24 minutes)

Île et aile poetically explores the universe of contemporary travel by air.

Kajutaijuq: The Spirit That Comes, by Scott Brachmayer (Ontario, 15 minutes)

A hunter in the Arctic tries to live by the traditional skills his grandfather taught him.

Conibear, by Jay Bulckaert and Pablo Saravanja (Northwest Territories, 11 minutes)

A bottle-soaked glimpse into the life of two hard-living trappers as they navigate the dark wilderness of the Canadian north.

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