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Trois nuits par semaine, Florent Gouëlou

Baptiste, 29, is in a relationship with Samia, when he meets Cookie Kunty, a young Parisian drag queen. Driven by the idea of ​​a photo project with her, he immerses himself in a universe in which he discovers everything, until he begins a relationship with Quentin, the young man behind the drag queen.

Trois nuits par semaine (Three Nights a Week)
Directed by Florent Gouëlou
2022, France, 103 minutes, not rated
Presented in English with French subtitles.


This screening will open with a short film by filmmaker Amélia Simard (they/them/iel). Simard is an emerging French-Canadian filmmaker and interdisciplinary artist from the traditional and unceded territories of the Lekwungen and Songhees peoples (Victoria, BC). Now based in so-called Vancouver, they have completed their BFA in Film at Simon Fraser University where they have written, shot and directed short narrative dramas and documentary films. In their practice, Simard explores themes of queerness, language through metaphors based in memory, nostalgia and the fantastical.

Film: Retrouvailles inconnues
Director: Amélia Simard
Year: 2023
Runtime: 16 minutes
Country: Canada
Rating: Not Rated

Presented in French with English subtitles.

Event/Exhibition meta autogenerated block.

Where

SaskTel Theatre

This June, our film program presents a series of films in honour of both Indigenous History Month and Pride Month. These films reflect on and examine themes of identity, sexuality, freedom, decolonization, human rights, intersectionality, grief, and healing from a wide range of Indigenous and 2SLGBTQ filmmakers.

This free community screening is presented in partnership with CINERGIE « Outside » the Walls.

CINERGIE is the only francophone film festival and one of the few entirely bilingual events in Saskatchewan. Festival CINERGIE is the perfect occasion to learn more about the world of francophone cinema and to discover its breadth, quality, and recognition at international festivals. Festival CINERGIE started in 2006 and is now in its 18th edition, continuing to grow. CINERGIE’s Official Festival Week will occur at the Roxy Theatre, in Saskatoon from May 9-14. Throughout the year we also host CINERGIE « Outside » the Walls Community Screenings and Family Screenings in venues within Saskatoon, such as Collège Mathieu, Saskatoon Public Library and Remai Modern.

Community screenings are free and open to everyone. Seating is first come, first served.

June 27 at 7:00PM

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