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The Festival du Nouveau Cinema (FNC) is once again set to entertain Montreal audiences with a diverse showcase of innovative films from around the globe. The 36th edition of the festival, which will see over 200 films from 40 countries presented, will be running from October 10 to 21.

The Festival du Nouveau Cinema (FNC) is once again set to entertain Montreal audiences with a diverse showcase of innovative films from around the globe. The 36th edition of the festival, which will see over 200 films from 40 countries presented, will be running from October 10 to 21.
The FNC began in 1971 and has since seen the beginnings of such acclaimed film-makers as Atom Egoyan, Francois Girard and Robert LePage.
The Quebec film Durs a Cuires by director Guillaume Sylvestre will open the festival. While this co-called “culinary road movie” will be the first shown, the most anticipated film is no doubt Denys Arcand’s latest titled ‘l’Age des T

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