The 26th Rendez-vous French Film Festival promotes extraordinary talent

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      (Community announcement by the Rendez-vous French Film Festival )

      This Rendez-vous edition will include some thirty films and will give us an opportunity to honor and promote the extraordinary talent of our filmmakers.

      The line-up features award winners from other festivals, selected for their aesthetic and artistic qualities.

      Special Programs:

      The film LE DERNIER NATAQ (The Last Nataq) by Lisette Marcotte will open the 26tRVCQF on February 5, 2020 at 6:00 pm

      DIEU EXISTE, SON NOM EST PETRUNYA (God Exists, Her Name Is Petrunya) by Teona Strugar Mitevska. LUX PRIZE 2019  & Prix de la Guilde et Prix du Jury œcuménique - Festival de Berlin. Feb. 7 at 8:30 pm

      LES PLUS BELLES ANNÉES D’UNE VIE, (The Best Years of a Life) by French director Claude Lelouch, Feb 8 at 8:30 pm.

      CEUX QUI TRAVAILLENT by Antoine Russbach with Olivier Gourmet. Winner of Best fiction, Best screenplay at the last celebration of Swiss cinema Prize. Feb.15 at 7:30 pm

      A special collaboration with the QUÉBEC CINÉMA TOUR gives us the opportunity to present movies from Québec with guests in attendance.

      Many screenings are free admission as we wish to offer a better access to all film school students : Micheline Lanctot's UNE MANIÈRE DE VIVRE, Denis Côté's WILCOX, Pedro Pires' ALEXANDRE LE FOU, Jean-Marc E. Roy's DES HISTOIRES INVENTÉES, Thomas Rinfret's MAD DOG AND THE BUTCHER: LES DERNIERS VILAINS, Andrés Livov's LA LANGUE ST DONC UNE HISTOIRE D'AMOUR.

      Three movies featuring the French actor Fabrice Luchini, nominated 11 times for the Cesar: LE MEILLEUR RESTE À VENIR Feb 5 at 8 pm, by Mathieu Laporte et Alexandre de la Patelière with Patrick Bruel, ALICE ET LE MAIRE Feb 14 at

      7:30 pm by Nicolas Parisier, and L’EMPEREUR DE PARIS Feb 14 at 7:30 pm by Jean-François Richet with Vincent Cassel, Olga Kurylenko, Freyda Mavor, Auguste Dieh, Denis Levant.

      The Closing Night at Auditorium Jules-Verne features VAILLANCOURT REGARDE SI C’EST BEAU (Vaillancourt: Isn’t beautiful?) a documentary by John Blouin, preceded by a Masterclass with Armand Vaillancourt at 6:30 pm.

      Not to miss: LUX PRIZE 2019 & Prix de la Guilde et Prix du Jury œcuménique - Festival de Berlin.


      Feb 5-17, 2020- at SFU Woodward’s (Feb.5-8, 2020), at La Fabrique St-George 7 East 7th Ave (Feb. 10 & 11) and at Jules

      Ticket Info: online at or tickets at the door + membership cards ($3)

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