Back for a 3rd edition – July 9 to August 13
Film Noir at the Canal, the cult film festival on the banks of the Lachine Canal, is back this summer for a 3rd edition. This year, 6 free outdoor screenings will be held every Sunday from July 9 to August 13, in a movie setting at St. Patrick’s Square on the south shore of the Canal, at the corner of Wellington and St- Patrick.
The projections will start at nightfall, and will be preceded by special presentations by fine connoisseurs of the genre. Bring your chairs and blankets!
“I said weird? How strange … ”
The series kicks off on Sunday, July 9th with Marcel Carné’s comedy Drôle de Drame (1937) starring Michel Simon, Louis Jouvet, Françoise Rosay and Jean-Louis Barrault. The film will be presented in the original French version, with English subtitles.
To keep the suspense, the other 5 films of the 2017 programming will be unveiled every week. Filmgoers are invited to follow us on the social networks to stay on the lookout for news.
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Information : filmnoiraucanal.org