Feast of Films at FNC

With autumn knocking on our doors, a breath of fresh air came last week in the form of the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (FNC) as it unveiled its programming. True to form, the fest will showcase a diverse mix of fiction, documentary work, animation and short films.

With autumn knocking on our doors, a breath of fresh air came last week in the form of the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (FNC) as it unveiled its programming.
True to form, the fest will showcase a diverse mix of fiction, documentary work, animation and short films. The FNC has 250 films from over 60 countries on the roster this October.
According to executive director Nicolas Girard-Deltruc, the programming team went over 3,000 films to pick this year’s batch.
“There is a vast array of choice and everyone will find something to their liking,” he said.
The festival’s co-founder and programming director Claude Chamberlan further drove the point home by shouting in Shakespeare’s tongue, “And I mean for all audiences!”
“The programming is faithful between discoveries and treasures from Cannes, Venice, and Toronto,” said Montreal director Denis C

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