What to see on Cinema Moderne’s online platform in October

Cinéma Moderne is pleased to add movies to its online programming. In addition to more than 40 films already on the platform, moviegoers will be able to view carefully chosen films from here and elsewhere, in the comfort of their own homes.

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open by Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers and Kathleen Hepburn tells a story of mutual aid between two women who do not know each other, while illustrating the need for indigenous peoples to protect each other in a society too often indifferent to their existence.

Films offered this month will take film lovers on a journey : the documentary Journal de Bolivie by Jules Falardeau and Jean-Philippe Nadeau Marcoux, in which we follow the journey by bus of three generations of a Bolivian Guevarist group celebrating the 50th anniversary of the death of Che, while the fiction Nuestras Madres by César Diaz takes us to Guatemala in the daily life of a forensic anthropologist investigating the disappearance of his father, a guerrilla who went missing in the 1980s.

After having hosted the Film POP program in theatres a few weeks ago, the cinema collaborates once again with the festival to present Keyboards Fantasies: The Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story and Lisbon Beat, two musical documentaries allowing to immerse oneself in marginal cultures.

The online platform will also present The Painted Bird by Václav Marhoul, a meticulous 35mm black and white evocation of Eastern Europe at the bloody end of WWII.

As part of the Korean Film Festival Canada (KFFC) and in partnership with cELLEuoid, will be presented the South Korean romantic drama Lucky Chan-sil, by Kim Cho-hee, following a 40-year-old woman trying to survive after losing her job.

Seen at the Berlinale and at the Rencontres internationales du documentaire de Montréal in 2019, Ne croyez surtout pas que je hurle de Frank Beauvais offers a moving and poetic montage of the 400 films the director watched while he was going through a breakup.

NEW RELEASES

Journal de Bolivie by Jules Falardeau and Jean-Philippe Nadeau Marcoux

Quebec (Canada) / 2019 / Original Spanish version with French subtitles / 90 minutes

Official selection – Havana Film Festival 2019

*ONLINE – Now available

Keyboard FantasiesThe Beverly Glenn-Copeland Story by Posy Dixon

United Kingdom, Canada, Belgium, Netherlands / 2020 / 63 min / Original English version

*ONLINE – Now available

In collaboration with POP Montreal

Heimat is a Space in Time by Thomas Heise

Germany, Austria / 2019 / Original German version with French or English subtitles / 218 minutes

Special Jury Prize – RIDM 2019

Grand Prize – Visions du Réel 2019

*ONLINE – Now available

The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open by Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers and Kathleen Hepburn

Canada, Norway / 2019 / original English version with French subtitles / 105 minutes

Grand Prize, National Competition – Festival du Nouveau Cinéma 2019

Honourable Mention, Best Canadian Feature Film – TIFF 2019

*ONLINE – Now available

Lisbon Beat byRita Maia et Vasco Viana

Portugal / 2019 / 75 min / Original Portuguese version with English subtitles

*ONLINE – From October 16

In collaboration with POP Montreal

Ne croyez surtout pas que je hurle by Frank Beauvais

France / 2019 / Original French version with English subtitles / 72 minutes

Nominee for Best Documentary – Lumières Awards 2020

Official Selection – Berlin International Film Festival 2019

*ONLINE – From October 20

The Painted Bird by Václav Marhoul

Japan, France / 2019 / Original Czesch, German, Russian and Latin version with French subtitles / 169 minutes

Cinema for UNICEF Award – Venice International Film festival 2019

Best Cinematography Award – Chicago International Film Festival 2019

*ONLINE – From October 21

Lucky Chan-sil by Kim Cho-hee
South Korea / 2020 / Original Korean version with English subtitles / 96 minutes

Official selection – Busan International Film Festival, 2020

*ONLINE – From October 29

KFFCanada Opening Film

To see the full list: cinemamoderne.com/en/virtual-cinema

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