Festival du Nouveau Cinéma:

The Festival du Nouveau Cinema (FNC) is a celebration of film unlike any other, and this year’s programmers hope Montreal audiences will witness movies they never dared seeing before. Now, in its 36th year, the festival is the oldest in North America, but it has almost effortlessly managed to stay fresh year after year.

The Festival du Nouveau Cinema (FNC) is a celebration of film unlike any other, and this year’s programmers hope Montreal audiences will witness movies they never dared seeing before.
Now, in its 36th year, the festival is the oldest in North America, but it has almost effortlessly managed to stay fresh year after year.
Offering a variety of genres and styles, the festival strives on promoting young, up and coming filmmakers while exposing its viewers to the directors who made names of themselves here in the past.
The festival is world-renowned, but it is not to be confused with the Montreal World Film Festival.
As Julien Fonfr

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