Pour mieux t’aimer & Belle-Île en Acadie
Centre culturel canadien
March 25th, 2021 20:00 - 22:00
As part of the Francophonie Month, the Canadian Cultural Centre invites you throughout the month of March to discover the rich diversity of contemporary Francophone filmmaking in Canada through the presentation of Francophone films produced in Quebec, New Brunswick and Ontario.
- Belle-Île en Acadie by Phil Comeau
2020 / Canada (New Brunswick) / documentary / 26mn / French VO
The link will be available on our Facebook Page at 8pm during 24 hours.
A group of Acadians from Belle-Île-en-Mer in France travels to Canada to meet their “cousins” at the World Acadian Congress. They explore the homelands of their Acadian ancestors deported by the British and vibrate to the festivities of the international gathering. This film is a tribute to the identity attachment of a dispersed people who are still proud of their origins.
Belle-Île en Acadie by Acadian director Phil Comeau has been honoured in festivals with 98 awards and prizes in Canada and around the world.
- Pour mieux t’aimer by Denise Bouchard and Gilles Doiron
2019 /Canada (New Brunswick) / fiction/ 104 min / VO French
With Donat Lacroix, Pascal Lejeune, Pierre Guy Blanchard, Annette Louise Brison, Eric Butler, Mélanie Léger and Florence Brunet
The link will be available on our Facebook Page at 8.30pm during 24 hours.
“Pour mieux t’aimer” tells the story of a family whose mother disappeared 30 years ago without a trace. Her husband and two sons have reconstructed a semblance of life as they could, haunted by this ghost and tortured by questioning. When a young stranger arrives to bring them what seem to be the missing pieces of their story, everyone has to face their demons, which are not the ones we think they are.
In partnership with the Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie