Québec Cinema at the Virtual Brooklyn Film FestivalDélégation générale du Québec à New York Brooklyn, NY Friday, May 29, 2020 to Sunday, June 7, 2020
Brooklyn Film Festival Goes Virtual for its 23rd Edition: Turning Point.
May 29 through June 7, 2020
On Brooklyn Film Festival website. | an online festival for extraordinary times.
Viewers must register an account with the festival, have their address verified, and login to view any of the 2020 films featured on the website.
Sisters: Dream & Variations | by Catherine Legault
Sisters: Dream & Variations invites us to discover the creative and personal worlds of two distinctive Montreal artists. Tyr and Jasa have Icelandic roots, and they’ve always been artists at heart. Having become a musician and an interdisciplinary artist respectively, they have developed artistic practices that draw on their colourful imaginations and family roots, including the use of audio recordings of their Icelandic great-grandmother.
Our Own | by Jeanne Leblanc
When faced with life’s challenges, Ste-Adeline’s community has always stuck together. But this time, a scandal sends shockwaves through the quiet little town’s very foundation, testing its inhabitants. At the center of the storm are Magalie, a teenager with a girlish pout; Manuel, the foster child of the beloved mayor; and Isabelle and Chantale, the powerless yet protective mothers. In Ste-Adeline, appearances are deceptive. And the town’s carefully maintained social veneer will come to crack, slowly revealing the true nature of its residents.
I'll End Up In Jail | by Alexandre Dostie
Maureen Sauvageau’s escape comes to an abrupt halt when her monster truck is involved in a deadly car accident. Stuck in the middle of nowhere, she must share the company and the blame of a rather touching junkie dubbed Jelly the Loon.