LATIN AMERICA LIVES HERE.
From April 5th to 25th, Cinéma du Parc will host the best films from Latin America, Spain and Portugal.
Come discover great films awarded throughout the world in our OFFICIAL SELECTION, the highest-grossing comedies and popular films in our BOX OFFICE category, great DOCUMENTARIES and our homage to the 35mm film format in the newest section NEW CLASSICS ON 35MM.
Bienvenidos a Latinoamérica!
CINÉMA DU PARC
3575, AVENUE DU PARC
PASSPORT 5 TICKETS $45
The Cinema du Parc moviecard is not accepted
GENERAL DIRECTOR: ROLAND SMITH
PROGRAMMING: YURI BERGER
COORDINATOR: JEAN-FRANÇOIS LAMARCHE
PRESS RELATIONS: RAPHAËL J. DOSTIE
CORRECTIONS: MAURICE ÉLIA, ROLAND SMITH, VINCENT LABRECQUE
WEB AND GRAPHIC DESIGN: CARLOS LEITAO
POSTER DESIGN: ANNA LE GAL MULLER
DIRECTOR: GUILLAUME BLANCHET
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: NICOLAS VILLEGAS
ART DIRECTION: ANNA LE GAL MULLER
POST-PRODUCTION: GILLES ROISAN
SOUND MIX: SONART
SOUNDTRACK: ONDA VAGA http://www.ondavaga.net
PRINTER: RÉSULTATS INC.
BAPHOMET CLUB par by TELSA
Consulat General de la République Argentine à Montréal
Consulat Général du Brésil à Montréal
Consulat Général du Chili à Montréal
Consulat Général de Colombie à Montréal
Consulat Général d’Équateur à Montréal
Consulat Général du Mexique à Montréal
Consulat Général du Pérou à Montréal
All our volunteers!
Claude Chamberlan is the cofounder of Cinema Parallèle, of the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, of the festival Magnifico and of CinéOké.
He is also cofounder of Check Hit Out productions, of FilmFilm distribution, of the Independant Filmmakers Cooperative and of the Underground Film Center.
Claude Chamberlan is also the ex-director in charge of Programmation at ExCentris and Cinéma du Parc.
Claude is a member of the Fraternity of cinephiles since 1967.
Graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada in 1997, Noémie
Godin-Vigneau has appeared in the movies: METEOR François Delisle
(2012), CAMION Rafaël Ouellet (2011), THE KATE LOGAN AFFAIR by Noël
Mitrani (2009), NEW FRANCE Jean Beaudin (2003), JE N'AIME QUE TOI
Claude Fournier (2003), NEAREST TO HEAVEN by Tonie Marshall (2001) as
well as numerous short films.
Born in Quebec City, studies in Art and litterature; moved to
Montreal in 1966 and is the founder of the Canadian Section of
Cinemathèque. Organized and curated the first Retrospective of
Canadian Cinema which was put together within the framework of Expo
'67. Then left for Europe in 1970, living in Amsterdam, and in Rome
then Returned to Montreal in 1974, to organize the RENCONTRES
INTERNATIONALES POUR UN NOUVEAU which assembled more than 250
filmmakers coming from Europe, the Americas and the Third World. In
1976, helped organize a similar Rendez-vous in Sotckholm, organized
this time by Film Centrum.
From 1980 to 1987, directed the Cinema Section of the Delegation
Générale du Québec in Paris, and travelled extensively in France and
in Europe promoting Quebec films. In 1989 coordinated and curated
SALUTE TO THE DOCUMENTARY , an International event which earmarked the
Fifthieth Anniversary of the National Film Board in 1989. Since then
has been active Consultant for various agencies , coordinating events,
weeks, retrospectives of Canadian and Quebec films abroad ( France,
Spain, Italy, Portugal, Sweden, Belgium, Mexico, Cuba, Argentina,
Uruguay, Venezuela, ). In 1993, curated, and published with Sylvain
Garel for the Centre Georges Pompidou ( Beaubourg) in Paris the
largest retrospective of Canadian films ever held abroad (435 films) :
LES CINEMAS DU CANADA. Was later commissioned by Telefilm Canada
and SODEC ( Société de Développement des Entreprises Culturelles du
Québec) to do the research and write the Section of Quebec cinema for
a CD-Rom produced by Canal + ( France) on the Cinemas of the
francophones countries. Since October 1999 was Curator and Special
Consultant, for the Section Cinemas d'Amérique Latine of the M.W.F.F .
from 2006 was head of Programming of RIDM. Has contributed numerous
articles for international Film publications .