Fierté Montréal Award at Festival du nouveau cinéma
Fierté Montréal is partnering for the first time with the Festival du nouveau cinéma to celebrate creations from sexual and gender diverse communities to award the Fierté Montréal Prize to the best 2SLGBTQIA+ feature film.
Charlie Boudreau, Executive Director of the queer film festival IMAGE+NATION, Antoine Damiens and Dr. Gregorio Pablo Rodríguez-Arbolay, researchers specializing in issues of 2SLGBTQ+ representation, and Chris Ngabonziza, Director of Programming for Fierté Montréal, will award this prize worth $2000.
See you on October 14 at 7 p.m. to find out the film that will take home the very first Fierté Montréal Prize!
A lively, bold, popular, innovative event! For 50 years, the Festival du nouveau cinéma (FNC) has been making national and international auteur cinema accessible, treating audiences to works of diversity and originality by emerging and major filmmakers. Our focus on the NEW is threefold: new creators, new approaches and new technologies. Dean of Canadian film festivals and a major Quebec event, the FNC presents every year over 200 works from 60 different countries to celebrate the best of today’s cinema!