Let's celebrate Quebec's talents with the screening of four Quebec short films selected and awarded in several festivals.
Each short film will be followed by a discussion with members of the teams. The short films will be presented in their original version with English subtitles.

Suggested age: 13+


Screening on Saturday, October 1 at 5:00 pm.

Tickets are available now at the Cinéma du Parc box office. Maximum two tickets per person.


  • I'LL END UP IN JAIL by Alexandre Dostie | 2019 | 23 minutes

> Prix du public - Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec 2019
> Meilleur photographie - SPASM 2019
> Prix du jury du Meilleur court-métrage - Festival de Cinéma Int. en Abitibi-Témiscamingue 2019

Maureen Sauvageau's escape comes to an abrupt end when she drives’s her monster truck into 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.

 

  • TIBBITS HILL by Edith Jorisch | 2021 | 12 minutes

> Sélection officielle - Festival du Nouveau Cinéma 2021
> Sélection officielle - Busan International Short Film Festival 2022
> Sélection officielle - Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois 2022 

If the wind spoke the language of children, what type of voice would it have? Sheltered from the horrifying moans of wind and war, migrant children have found refuge in an abandoned school where they live in silence and fear.
 

  • LA VIE HEUREUSE by Amélie Hardy | 2021 | 12 minutes

> Meilleur court-métrage documentaire - Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois 2022 
> Sélection officielle - Festival du nouveau cinéma, Les Nouveaux alchimistes 2021
> Sélection officielle - Gala Prends Ça Court! 2022 

Exploration of unusual outlets in which the torments of body and mind are alleviated. A meditative journey to the heart of these pain-relieving places to paint a portrait of a society in search of meaning and comfort.
 

  • AIN'T NO TIME FOR WOMEN by Sarra El Abed | 2020 | 19 minutes

> Meilleur court-métrage canadien - Hot Docs 2021 
> Mention honorable, Court-métrage documentaire - Slamdance 2021
> Prix de la soirée de la relève - RIDM 2020 

Tunis, November 2019. A group of women is gathered at Saïda’s, the hairdresser, on the eve of the presidential election. The salon is transformed into a town square, mirroring the internal turmoil of the country. In this female sanctuary, we get an intimate look at the county’s teenage democracy.