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Wednesday, August 5 • 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Ciné-Quebec: Shorts From La Belle Province

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Everything Will Be Alright | Directed by Guillaume Collin | 13 min. Canada. 2015. World premiere.
A young couple on a hiking trip is forced to face the distance that has grown between them.

Maurice | Directed by Francois Jaros | 13 min. Canada. 2015. 
Everything would be fine. Maurice had made up his mind. He had made a list: pick a date, announce his retirement, sell the car, see old friends, and empty the garage. Then, die with dignity.

The Truck | Directed by Sandrine Broder--Desrosiers | 10 min. Canada. 2015. 
A day. An hour. A basement. Olivier and Sophie, both in a relationship, decide to cheat on their partners together. They were sure they had all figured out.

The Apparatus of Destruction | Directed by Jean-Christophe J. Lamontagne | 19 min. Canada. 2015.
The Apparatus of Destruction recounts Olivier's downward psychedelic spiral, that evening of October 31st.

Dîner à Montpellier | Directed by Cory Santilli | 13 min. France/USA. 2015. World premiere. 
When Jolene finds a wallet in her dance studio she discovers that its owner may not be the man he appears to be.

Dogs Don't Breed Cats | Directed by Cristina Martins | Canada. 2015. US premiere. 
Pregnant and homeless, Joëlle shows up at her father’s house. Even if Jeff, a solitary non-conformist former punk is reluctant to the idea, Joëlle decides to stay. Jeff is overwhelmed by the casualness of his daughter, whom he barely knows.

The Woman Who Saw The Bear | Directed by Joannie Lafreniere | Canada, 2015 | US Premiere. 
Since 1980, Lucille Côté has lived in Laterrière, surrounded by more than 250 animals. With a silver mane and candid demeanor, Lucille practices a craft that has long been the exclusive domain of men: Taxidermy. Through various contemplative and country-flavoured tableaux, we meet a particular breed of taxidermist, living outside of the digital age, with enough skills to get by in the woods without a compass or a frying pan.


Wednesday August 5, 2015 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Museum of Work and Culture 42 S. Main Street, Woonsocket, RI 02895

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