To celebrate Canadian Film Day tomorrow, April 22, Quebec distributors are teaming up and highlighting some of the many Quebec films that moviegoers can see now, despite the confinement, from the comfort of their homes. For the occasion, a showcase that brings together all the suggestions of distributors was created at the www.rdifq.ca.
With the support of Telefilm Canada and its National Promotion Fund, the Quebec Independent Film Distributors’ Association (RDIFQ) invited member and non-member distributors to join forces on the Day. A campaign has been set up in collaboration with several Quebec media including Quebecor, La Presse, Le Devoir, Le Soleil, La Tribune, Le Nouvelliste, La Voix de l’Est, Le Quotidien, Le Droit and Urbania, to promote this joint initiative. Discover new movies or must-see classics; there’s something for everyone in our cinema!
Axia Films, A-Z Films, Entract Films, EyeSteelFilm, Filmoption International, Films of March 3, Fragments, Funfilm, H264, Kfilms America, Film Distributor, Movies of My Life/Today Movies, Opal Films, Seville Films, House 4:3, Metropole, Mk2 Mile-End, Spira and TVA Films have put together a list of pop-up suggestions including the films Antigone, Apapacho / une caresse pour l’âme, Anote’s Ark (L’arche d’Anote), Des histoire inventées, Ensemble, Il pleuvait des oiseaux, Impetus, Juste toi et moi, Kuessipan, Les barbares de la Malbaie, Merci pour tout, Mont Foster, Rebelle, Réservoir, Une Colonie, Vivre à 100 à l’heure et Wolfe.
Encourage local culture and cinema and escape without leaving home with a diverse range of Quebec films! Check out three capsules featuring the suggested films to celebrate Canadian Film Day at the www.facebook.com/rdifq !