Quebec directors Chloé Robichaud and Sophie Dupuis will be at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in September. They will present their films there Happy Days And Solo International premiere.
Chloé Robichaud is a regular at the Queen City cinema event. His first two films Sarah prefers to run (2013) And country (2016) were presented there. It also won the award for Best Canadian Short Film in 2019.
Happy Days, her latest work, stars Sophie Desmarais as an ambitious conductor caught between a difficult paternal relationship, a booming career, and a romantic relationship with a cellist named Naëlle. It will be in cinemas from October 20th.
As for Sophie Dupuis, who has already represented Canada at the Oscars, she reveals Solo his third feature film. It tells the story of a love at first sight that turns toxic between two drag queens rocking Montreal's nightlife. It will be released in Quebec on September 15th.
Among the other films that will premiere at TIFFwe find the thriller by Michael Keaton Knox walks awayin which Al Pacino plays the lead role, and the film Pool man by Chris Pin, with Annette Bening.
With information from The Canadian Press
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