My Salinger Year, Beans and Nadia, Butterfly to see in July/August
Cinéma Public is pleased to announce the new screenings that will take place at LIVART until August 13. This summer program includes some twenty works projected on the big screen, outdoors, in a relaxed and safe atmosphere.
The upcoming program in July and August features recent films that have stood out internationally, such as Beans by Tracey Deer (August 3 and 12), My Salinger Year by Philippe Falardeau (August 10), Nadia Butterfly by Pascal Plante (August 6), Goddess of the Fireflies by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette (July 14, 23 and 28), Night of the Kings by Philippe Lacôte (July 22 and 27), Los nombres de la flores by Bahman Tavoosi (July 30), Cavebirds by Emily Gan (July 21), Wintopia by Mira Burt-Wintonick (August 4), and Under the Same Sun by François Jacob (preview screening on August 11).
Special screenings are also on the program: Melting-Pot 2.1 (July 20) and Melting-Pot 2.2 (August 5), in collaboration with Passerelle 840 and Art Souterrain, as well as Short films Oberhausen (July 29), a selection of short films awarded at the International Short Film Festival Oberhausen, Germany. This program is presented in collaboration with the Goethe-Institut Montreal.
All screenings begin at nightfall and are accompanied by a meeting with the film crew. A food (Sushi Momo) and drink service is also available for pre-order to moviegoers.
Tickets are available on the Cinéma Public website, at a price of $ 15 (solo) and $ 30 (duo). Solidarity tickets are also available for a donation of $ 20 or $ 50. LIVART is located at 3980, Saint-Denis St.
Program and ticketing: cinemapublic.ca
Cinéma Public also offers great films to watch in the comfort of your home. From July 23, moviegoers will be able to discover The Specials, directed by Eric Toledano and Olivier Nakache. Presented at the closing of the Cannes Film Festival 2019 and recipient of 7 nominations for the César 2020, the film stars Vincent Cassel and Reda Kateb.
Still available on the online platform: Sisterhood by Maxime Faure, Undine by Christian Petzold, Mohawk Girls by Tracey Deer, Goddess of the Fireflies by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette, Cavebirds by Emily Gan, Martin Eden by Pietro Marcello, Quo vadis, Aida? by Jasmila Žbanić, Fait vivir by Oscar Ruiz Navia, About Endlessness by Roy Andersson, Wintopia by Mira Burt-Wintonick, La cabane aux oiseaux by Célia Rivière and Saint Maud by Rose Glass.
Because Cinema is for the Public, and it is alive and well!
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