CINEMA IMAGE+NATION@PRIDE | ALL THAT WE ARE - MONTRÉAL
CRY OF THE LOUP-GAROU
Glenn Gear Canada 2014 4 min without dialogue
Created in a striking silhouette animation style, Cry of the Loup-garou is a modern-day gothic romance between a remorseful werewolf and an enchanted gargoyle. Agitated emotion and bestial desire emerge from the backlit city gloom.
QUEER NATION (2020)
Frigid Canada 2020 8 min without dialogue
Vintage Queer Montréal: A glimpse into the 90s. Working though the 90s, House of Pride brought Montréal LGBTQ+ people together in the celebration of diversity.
EVERYTHING MUST GO, MON AMOUR
Jocelyn Roy Canada 2017 9 min v.o.f.s.-t.a.
The existential angst of a young intellectual, when he and his boyfriend witness the destruction of the neighbourhood movie theater where their love story was born.
Gail Maurice Canada 2018 15 min v.o.f.& a.s.-t.a.
After her mother’s death, a young Indigenous girl is forced to live with her aunt and her two gender-bending best friends. When disaster strikes, the quirky colourful foursome must come together to survive and thrive. A bilingual story about family, misfits and fringe dwellers.
SILVIA DANS LES VAGUES (SILVIA IN THE WAVES)
Giovana Olmos Canada 2018 13 min v.o.f.s.-t.a.
Grief and fantasy entwine in this stunning short to reveal the complex relationship between history and erasure; identity and memory.
CANICULE (HEAT WAVE)
Fanny Perreault Canada 2019 15 min v.o.f.s.-t.a.
Set during the heatwave of July, 1997, Lea, saddled with a broken leg and general preteen malaise, sees a whole new world emerge as she rifles through her older sister’s room.