To prolong the pleasures of the 20th anniversary of the Regard festival on the short Saguenay, cultural Fabrique platform Télé-Québec offers online, for a period of 20 days, a selection of ten short films in a special program entitled lOOK in overtime in 2016.
Regard enthusiasts can also find a tribute folder titled Celebrating 20 years of Regard, where there are interviews, anecdotes and archival photos.
The coordinator of the regional office of Tele-Quebec, Jocelyn Robert, talking about an extraordinary opportunity for lovers of short films. “The selected films will be exceptionally online for 20 days to mark the 20th anniversary of the Festival. This is an unprecedented crop of documentaries, dramas, comedies and animated films that play on the Web LOOK mind and talent of Quebec and international filmmakers beyond the event ” , argues that already directed the destinies of the festival to another era.
Among the films in this program, so do not miss Transmission filmmaker Alexandre Rufin, a short 14-minute documentary that paints a touching portrait of this labor dispute that lasted 34 months at car dealerships in the Saguenay-Lac-Saint -Jeans. Four workers speak and deliver their state of mind and the impact of this conflict on families.
Fans can also watch two short films awarded by the festival jury, is it worse his chariot Loïc Docks (Jury Special Mention) and The Sunday meal Celine Devaux (Best Animated Short Film Award). The short Loïc Docks tells the story of Lucy, who decides to write a letter to the man who abused her from the age of 8 to 12 years and resolves to bring him in person, where that it either. Sunday lunch is a small jewel of animation with narration of the French actor and filmmaker Vincent Macaigne.
The Dissonance film Till Nowak (Germany, 2015, animation, 17 min), Doug & Walter Samuel Morris (Switzerland, 2016, fiction, 27 min), Shok Jamie Donoughue (Kosovo 2015, fiction, 21 min), Star of Emilia Mannering (Quebec 2015, fiction, 14 min), Holika Kaveh Nabatian (Québec – India, 2015, documentary, 10 min) and blue eyed blonde Pascal Plante (Quebec 2015, fiction, 17 min) are also on the agenda .