What to see at Cinéma Moderne in October

Cinéma Moderne is proud to present quality movies on the big screen,
where Quebec and international works, new releases and cult films are offered
to the public. In October, moviegoers will have the chance to discover the 2D
version of the feature film Long Day’s Journey Into Night by
Bi Gan
, a quest for a lost love mixing nostalgia and reality, and Carpinteros,
a film by José María Cabral that brings us into the heart of a prison in
Dominican Republic, where love between two prisoners evolves through sign

Also on the program, Alexandre the Fool by Pedro Pires, which tells the story of a refined and sensitive schizophrenic at a crossroads, Craig Brewer’s Dolemite Is My Name, which chronicles the life of comedian and actor Rudy Ray Moore, and Xalko by Sami Mermer and Hind Benchekroun, which highlights the women of a Kurdish village in Anatolia.

The original series, an essential part of the monthly programming of Cinéma
Moderne, are back this month. From Mile End With Love will offer The
Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz
by Ted Kotcheff and a guided
tour of the neighborhood organized by Mile End Memories, while M: les Maudits
presents Candyman by Bernard Rose, George A. Romero’s
Night of the Living Dead, as well as The Thing and They
by John Carpenter. The cELLEuloid series is back with Laissez
bronzer les cadavres
by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani,
and the production company Isuma will screen La rivière sans repos
by Marie-Hélène Cousineau, an adaptation of Gabrielle Roy’s eponymous
novel. Finally, Les Petits Modernes is pleased to include screenings of Festival
Stop Motion Montreal: Youth program

Cinéma Moderne
also offers various
special events during the month of October: the launch of the new issue of 24
about horror cinema; two free “Halloween Special” screenings of
horror short films, in collaboration with H264; and a screening of Jeff
’s The Devil and Daniel Johnston, a tribute to the
late musician Daniel Johnston.


Long Day’s Journey
Into Night
by Bi Gan (2D)

China, France / 2018 / Original Mandarin
version with French or English subtitles / 138 min

From October 1st

Carpinteros by José María Cabral
Dominican Republic / 2017 / Original Spanish version with English subtitles /
106 min
From October 3rd

*With main actor Jean Jean in attendance

Alexandre the Fool by Pedro Pires

Quebec, Canada / 2019 / Original French
version with English subtitles / 65 minutes

From October 9
*With the filmmaker in attendance on
October 9


Dolemite Is My Name by Craig Brewer
United States / 2019 / Original English version / 118 min
From October 11


Xalko by Sami Mermer and Hind Benchekroun
Quebec / 2018 / Original Turkish and Kurdish version with French or English
subtitles / 100 min
From October 25
*With the filmmakers in attendance on October 25



Launch of the new
issue of 24 images – L’HORREUR POLITIQUE

Thursday, October 3
at 6 pm
at the café-bar, followed by the
screening of Candyman by Bernard Rose at 9 pm

The Juniper Tree by Nietzchka Keene
Iceland / 1993 /Original English version / 78 min
From October 9
*4K restored version. Co-presented by POP film.

Tribute to the late
musician Daniel Johnston

The Devil and Daniel Johnston by Jeff Feuerzeig
United States / 2005 / Original English version / 110 min
Friday, October 18 at 6:30 pm
*In collaboration with Aux 33 Tours

Halloween Special

Horror Shorts Program, in collaboration
with H264

Thursday, October 31
at 11 pm
Friday, November 1st at 11:30 pm


The Apprenticeship of
Duddy Kravitz
by Ted
+ Mile End Tour in collaboration with Mile-End Memories
Canada / 1974 / Original English version with French subtitles / 120 minutes
Sunday, October 6 at 6:45 pm | Tour starts at 5 pm (SOLD OUT)
Saturday, October 12 at 6 pm | Tour starts at 4:15 pm



Candyman by Bernard Rose
United States / 1992 / Original English version / 101 min
Thursday, October 3 at 9 pm
Friday, October 11 at 9 pm

The Thing by John Carpenter
United States / 1982 / Original English version / 109 min
*2K restored version

Wednesday, October 16
at 6:30 pm


They Live by John Carpenter
United States / 1988 / Original version with English subtitles / 94 min
*2K restored version

Friday, October 18 at
9 pm


Night of the Living Dead by George A. Romero
United States / 1968 / Original English version / 96 min

Wednesday, October 30
at 9 pm

Thursday, October at
9 pm


Laissez bronzer les cadavres by Hélène Cattet and Bruno Forzani
Belgium, France / 2017 / Original French version with English subtitles /
90 min


La rivière sans repos by Marie-Hélène
Quebec / 2018 / Original French and English version with English and French
subtitles / 99 min
From October 24
*October 24 and October 26 screenings with the filmmaker in attendance


Ciné-Conte Les
étoiles + La chouette

Author Jacques Goldstyn will be there to present his book Les étoiles, followed
by a program of short films, in collaboration with La Pastèque.

La chouette, entre veille et sommeil *
4-years-old and older
France, Belgium / 2016 / Original French version / 40 minutes
Saturday, October 5 at 10:30 am


Ernest et Célestine *5-years-old and older

Belgium, France, Luxembourg / 2012 /
Original French version / 80 minutes
Sunday, October 6 at 10:45 am

Festival Stop Motion Montreal: Youth
*4-years-old and olderShort films program
Starting October 12


by Victor Kossakovsky

Dark Crystal by Jim Henson
Do the Right Thing by Spike Lee

Genèse by Philippe Lesage
Honeyland by Tamara Kotevska

La femme de mon frère by Monia Chokri

The Salt of the Earth by Juliano Ribeiro Salgado and Wim Wenders

Marianne & Leonard: Words of love by Nick Broomfield

Memory is Our Homeland by Jonathan Durand

Museo by Alonso Ruizpalacios

Paris, Texas by Wim Wenders
Rafiki by Wanuri Kahiu

Dark Suns by Julien Elie

Symphony in Aquamarine by Dan Popa

For more information about October screenings and schedule, visit: cinemamoderne.com


Saint-Laurent Blvd, Montreal (Quebec), H2T 1R8

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