Within the programming for this event, the public will be able to find six fiction feature films and four documentaries that give proof of the cinematographic variety of the so-called Bella Provincia.
Babysitter is the inaugural film, for this it will have the presence of its screenwriter Catherine Léger and producer Martin Paul-Hus. The irreverent comedy directed by Monia Chokri, adapted from Léger’s play of the same name, addresses culturally normalized misogyny and sexism by playing with the codes of horror films and fairy tales.
- BabysitterDir. Monia Chokri.
- VikingDir. Stephane Lafleur.
- RojekDir. Zaynê Akyol.
- SmugglerDir. Caroline Monnet.
- falcon lakeDir. Charlotte Le Bon.
- the end of wonderlandDir. Laurence Turcotte-Fraser.
- geographies of lonelinessDir. Jacquelyn Mills.
- Drunken BirdsDir. Ivan Grbovic.
- Beyond the high valleysDir. Maude Plante-Husaruk and Maxime Lacoste-Lebuis.
- wild huntDir. Rafael Ouellet.
For this eighth edition of QUEBECINE MX will have the presence of the directors Zaynê Akyol (Rojek) and Laurence Turcotte-Fraser (the end of wonderland), who will be in Mexico City to meet the public at the special screenings of their documentaries at the Cineteca Nacional and the Filmoteca UNAM in collaboration with the Cátedra Bergman and the Facultad de Estudios Superiores Acatlán, UNAM.
Schedules and availability can be verified on the official website of the Cineteca Nacional.