PASSAGES – World Premiere at the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival – In theatres December 4

SPIRA and Les Films Denali are proud to present Passages, the first feature documentary by Caroline Côté and Florence Pelletier. The film offers a unique encounter between women who get to know each other in extreme situations. Passages will screen as a World Premiere during the 31st edition of the St. John’s International Women’s Film Festival taking place online from October 14 to 18. It will then open in theatres in Quebec on December 4.

Synopsis

Five women from the North to the South of Quebec embark on a multisport expedition following the Koroc river in Nunavik. Travelling together against adversity, this journey soon becomes one of self-discovery for each participant.

Trailer: vimeo.com/450217642

PASSAGES – Written and directed by Caroline Côté and Florence Pelletier

Feature documentary. Québec. 2020. 76 minutes.

Original French, English and Inuktitut version with English or French subtitles.

Cinematography: Sam Trudelle | Editing: Louis Chevalier-Dagenais | Sound recording: Vincent Desrochers | Sound mix: Nicolas Dallaire | Sound design: Ilyaa Ghafouri | Original music: Ilyaa Ghafouri | Artistic direction: Julien Hébert | Producers: Florence Pelletier, Sam Trudelle and Caroline Côté | Production: Les Films Denali inc. | Distribution: SPIRA

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