Big Fight in Little Chinatown by Karen Cho

The Montreal International Documentary Festival (RIDM) will begin on November 17. Like every year, the first Quebec festival entirely devoted to documentary cinema will present many films from Canada and Quebec throughout its different sections.

National Feature Competition

Concrete Valley by Antoine Bourges

The Dependents by Sofía Brockenshire

Geographies of Solitude by Jacquelyn Mills

J’ai placé ma mère by Denys Desjardins

My Two Voices by Lina Rodriguez

ROJEK by Zaynê Akyol

Self-Portrait by Joële Walinga

New Visions Competition

back home by Nisha Platzer

Bloom by Fanie Pelletier

L’île de Sukwan by Perihan Incegöz and Jonathan Tremblay

Veranada by Dominique Chaumont

National Short and Medium-Length Competition

A Night Song by Félix Lamarche

Blue Garden by Natalie Murao

Change of Scenery by Noa Blanche Beschorner

Cloud Gate 2 by OK Pedersen

Forests by Simon Plouffe

Infinite Distances by Pablo Alvarez-Mesa

Landscape Suspended by Naghmeh Abbasi

The Longest Day of the Year by Frank Varga Jr.

Manitushiss by Réal Junior Leblanc

Mecánicos piratas de Lima by Carlos Ferrand

Ode to Loneliness by Rawane Nassif

One Home to Another by Dominique van Olm

The Visible Spectrum by Sarah Seené and Maxime Corbeil-Perron

Summer Nights by Virgile Ratelle

Yvon / The Eternal by Benoit Massé

Zug Island by Nicolas Lachapelle

Panorama – Against the Grain

7 paysages by Robert Morin

Panorama – Horizons

Boris by Chloë Saint-Denis and Iphigénie Marcoux-Fortier

Chemins croisés by Miryam Charles

David Against Goliath by David B. Ricard

History Will Judge by Germán Gutiérrez

Muôi by Amy Miller

On the Other Side by Lessandro Sócrates

Panorama – The State of the World

Big Fight in Little Chinatown by Karen Cho

The Myth of the Black Woman by Ayana O’Shun

Wapikoni x 7

7 by Jim Matlock

A Rainbow to Turtle Island by Robbie Tait Jr.

Aski Masinikan by Bryan Coocoo

Fursona by Aly Labbé-Hervieux

Les ciseaux by Katia Kurtness

Nimeshkanaminan by Laura Fontaine and Yasmine Fontaine

Puamun by Josée Benjamin

La soirée de la relève Radio-Canada

Accordez-moi votre confiance by Isabelle Kanapé

Agonie by Arnaud Beaudoux

Correspondance by Laurence Ly

NDDJ (Notre-Dame-du-Jambon) by Grace Divya Singh

Surface by Adèle Foglia

Tio Kevin by Kayla Fragman

Closing Film

Wochiigii lo: End of the Peace by Heather Hatch

Several Quebec and Canadian films will also be presented in the special programs Unframing Documentary: Viewpoints on Diverse Narrative Practices, Vidéo Femmes: Fragments of a Feminist Legacy, and Doc-to-Doc: 25 Years of Encounters.

The 25th edition of the RIDM will take place from November 17 to 27

at the Cinémathèque québécoise, Cinéma du Parc, Cinéma du Musée,

Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin, and Cinéma Impérial.

For all the information about the 2022 program and to purchase tickets:

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