In addition to its twenty feature and short films, and its conversations with filmmakers, the Toronto Cinéfranco festival presents a panel discussion between three Canadian filmmakers hosted by cultural columnist Claudia Hébert.
Broadcast live from Facebook page by Cinéfranco, as well as on CHOQ 105.1 FM, Tuesday November 24 at 7 p.m., Feminine plural: rethinking the cinema of tomorrow will look at the plurality within French-speaking cinema here.
We will hear there Sonia Bonspille Boileau, Mohawk filmmaker, writer and director of the award-winning feature film Rustic Oracle, Katia Café-Febrissy, award-winning Franco-Caribbean screenwriter and director residing in Toronto, and Gabrielle Boulianne-Tremblay, transgender actress and headliner of Those who make revolutions halfway have only dug a grave.
The theme “echoes the programming of Cinéfranco 2020 which invites moviegoers to reflect on issues of social and economic inequalities. It gives a voice to the creators of a new generation who are writing history by telling us their stories. ”