International Women's Film Festival

Publié le 18 octobre 2010


Le comité du 21e  "St.John’s International Women's Film Festival" invite tous les membres de la communauté francophone à une projection de plusieurs des plus grands films indépendants de langue française  le dimanche 30 octobre de 10 heures à 11 heures au Johnson Geo Centre. L’horaire des films est présenté ci-dessous.

De plus, à ne pas manquer les films francophones L'Hybridée le mercredi 27 octobre et  Le Labyrinthe le vendredi 29 octobre à 19 heures.

Pour plus de renseignements sur les films, la grille horaire ou les coûts, veuillez vous rendre sur le site du festival à l'adresse suivante :

Un bon visionnement de la part de votre Réseau culturel francophone de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador !


  • Johnson Geo Centre 
    175 Signal Hill Rd
    St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador
    (709) 737-7880


2010 FRENCH FILMS (in alphabetical order)


La Chair De Ma Chair

Director, Writer: Mallory Grolleau   Producer: Alice Gueguen   Country: France   RT: 9 min

It was a dark and stormy day and Lolotte, husband Patrick, and her father seem to have been stranded in a cabin in the wilderness. With no food, and not a sign of help in sight, the couple decide they must take matters into their own hands. A gruesome horror plot with a comic twist, this little fable about bad intentions is an object lesson in black humour.

SCREENING: Saturday October 30, 10am to 11am at Johnson GEO Centre



Director, Writer: Géraldine Fréry   Producer: Alice Gueguen   Country: France   RT: 23 min

It means ladybug, in case you were wondering. Well, if anything is flying away it’s your imagination in this quirky French short live action film. A charmingly eccentric couple live in a garage, somewhere near Paris. They sleep in an old car and have more funny instruments than Pee Wee Herman has in his playhouse. A set of mysterious love letters keeps arriving under their door, interrupting their otherwise childlike bliss. The mystery gets solved, but not without a lot of funny stuff along the way.

SCREENING: Saturday October 30, 10am to 11am at Johnson GEO Centre


Le Labyrinthe

Director, Writer, Producer: Sabrina Ratté   Country: Canada   RT: 5 min

A voyage into the mysterious.

SCREENING: Friday October 29th 7pm at The Rooms (Mezzanine)


L’homme Qui Dort

Director, Writer: Inès Sedan  Producer: Ron Dyens, Aurélia Prévieu, Marcel Jean, Galilé Marion-Gauvin, Marc Bertrand   Country: France, Canada   RT: 11 min

A terrific animated psychological take about a woman whose husband never seems to wake up. Mmmm, don’t get us started! Well, one day she meets a tall, dark, handsome stranger, effectively causing a crisis in the windmills of her mind. We adore this literally moving illustration of love lost and found.

SCREENING: Saturday October 30, 10am to 11am at Johnson GEO Centre



Director, Writer: Julie Corbeil   Producer: Julie Corbeil, Manuelle Alix-Suprenant Country: Canada   RT: 4 min

What a charming and imaginative essay about identity this is. Manuelle Alix-Surprenant talks to us sweetly, directly about the challenges of growing up adopted and Korean in a francophone Quebec-based family, albeit a loving one. Locating your biological origins doesn’t necessarily settle the identity question, though. As Manuelle admits, once a hybrid always a hybrid. However she thinks of herself, you’ll like what you see.

SCREENING: Saturday October 30, 10am to 11am at Johnson GEO Centre





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