Campus Ciné offers a cinematic winter!

“Under the Sun”, by Charlotte Wells; “The Decision to Leave,” by Park Chan-Wook; “Cut!”, by Michel Hazanavicius; and “Ennio,” by Giuseppe Tornatore, films presented at the Ciné campus this winter.

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A Korean feature film, a biographical documentary about Ennio Morricone, a genre comedy by Michel Hazanavicius… This winter, the Ciné campus continues to program good cinema!

“Under the Sun,” a psychological drama by Charlotte Wells

Scottish director Charlotte Wells’ debut film was given a 2 (“outstanding”) rating by Mediafilm upon its release, after Viking by Stéphane Lafleur, also released in 2022. A success for a feature film debut!

Winner of the Jury Prize at the Critics’ Week of the Cannes Film Festival, Under the sun (after the sun)presented in the original English version with French subtitles on February 7 and 8, tells the story of a thirty-year-old woman who tries to piece together her memories 20 years after an unforgettable vacation with her father, who hid many secrets from her. time..

Paul Mescal, who personifies the divorced father of this father-daughter relationship, is one of the nominees for the Oscar for best actor.

“The Decision to Leave,” a romantic crime drama by Park Chan-Wook

Scheduled just in time for Valentine’s Day, February 14th and 15th, The decision to leave is a love story set in a South Korean crime drama. Park Chan-Wook, director and screenwriter ofold boy and to Mrs. and the undisputed figure of the new wave of Korean cinema, offers his latest film a detective and love story featuring a detective and a woman he suspects of murdering her husband.

Winner of the Best Director Award at the Cannes Film Festival, The decision to leave is presented in the original Korean version with French subtitles.

“Cut!”, a genre comedy by Michel Hazanavicius

Released only on February 21, the film Cutting!, directed by Michel Hazanavicius, the director who won the Oscar for Best Picture Artist in 2012, is a remake of the Japanese film with a very original script Don’t Break!, by Shin’ichiō Ueda.

On a zombie film shoot, among tired technicians and unenthusiastic actors, only the director seems to have invested the necessary energy to bring another low-budget horror film to life. A beginning bordering on disaster quickly takes a turn to end in a completely unexpected and explosive way!

After the screening at 19:15, the Ciné-campus team will organize a cinema quiz with some valuable prizes!

“Ennio”, a biographical documentary by Giuseppe Tornatore

Ennio Morricone is the most popular and prolific composer of the 20th centurye century, crowd favorite, two-time Oscar winner and author of more than 500 film soundtracks, including Cinema Paradiso, directed by Giuseppe Tornatore. After this first collaboration, they worked on eight more films, so Tornatore wanted to make a documentary about Morricone’s life.

Introduced on February 28 and 1er Marsh, Ennio tells the life of this Italian composer, musician, producer, arranger and conductor who died in 2020.

“Little Nicolas”, an animated film by Amandine Fredon and Benjamin Massoubre

Ciné Campus celebrates Spring Break in collaboration with the General Student Association of the Faculty of Continuing Education and the UdeM parent-student group. Submitted on 1er march in the morning Little Nicholas is a perfect choice for families and members of the student community with a child at heart.

Winner of the “Crystal” feature film at the Annecy Animation Film Festival, this film shows the birth of little Nicolas, a famous character from French comics, in the minds of his creators, René Goscinny and Jean-Jacques Sempé, played by Alain’s voices. Chabat and Laurent Lafitte. As the story continues, the boy slips into the workshop of his creators, who tell him about their friendship, career, secrets and childhood.

Useful information

For the full program and to get links to book seats, moviegoers can consult the new program Test Center ticket office online.

Theatrical films are shown at the Center d’essai, located in the J.-A.-DeSève pavilion (2332, boulevard Édouard-Montpetit, 6e floor), in a room that meets the highest standards of the cinema industry thanks to a 4K projector and a Dolby 7.1 surround sound system.

The price of admission?
Tickets are $5 for the student community and $6 for the general public. UdeM employees are entitled to the reduced fee of $5 for performances at 4:45 p.m.

Tickets are sold at the entrance of the hall 30 minutes before the performance. of online ticket sales it is recommended to reserve your seat.

For who?
The UdeM Student Life Services Cinema Campus invites the student community, UdeM employees and the general public to its indoor screenings.

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