Ciné-Quartier unveils its fall program
Verdun moviegoers will be spoiled this fall. The Ciné-Quartier organization will present nine cinematographic works at a lower cost over the next few weeks. On the menu: comedy, drama, animation and documentary.
Ciné-Quartier is setting up shop this fall in the MultiCAUS community premises on LaSalle Boulevard. One film per week will be on the program from October 21 to November 27 and will be presented three times: Friday evening, Saturday morning and Sunday afternoon. An animated film for children based on an original idea by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky will also be screened on Saturdays, October 29 and November 26 at 2 p.m.
Gulliver’s New Adventuresdirected by Ilya Maksimov, is an adaptation of the famous novel by Jonathan Swift which offers an analogy between the adventures of the hero Gulliver and the war in Ukraine.
Sessions at MultiCAUS will be offered by voluntary contribution.
Ciné-Quartier will also screen two Quebec films at Quai 5160 – Maison de la culture in Verdun. Citizens will be able to view Arsenault and son by Rafaël Ouellet on Monday, November 7, as well as Baby sitter by Monia Chokri on Monday, December 5.
The complete fall program is available online.
Screenings in the MultiCAUS room this fall
– October 21,22 and 23: The forest family by Laura Rietveld
– October 28, 29 and 30: niagara by Guillaume Lambert
– November 4, 5 and 6: I salute you bitch by Léa Clermont-Dion and Guylaine Maroist
– November 11, 12 and 13: Everything went well by Francois Ozon
– November 18, 19 and 20: The snow panther by Vincent Munier and Marie Amiguet
– November 25, 26 and 27: CODA: life in music by Claude Lalonde