Bonjour à tous,
Et voilà, après 2 campagnes Indigogo et des mois d'attentes, le film indépendant Cinemanovels, réalisé par Terry Miles (A Night For Dying Tigers) et produit par Lauren Lee Smith, sera présenté ce soir au festival TIFF (Toronto International Film Festival).
Grace (Lauren Lee Smith) had not spoken to her recently deceased father, the fabled Québécois filmmaker John Laurentian, in years. So even she's surprised when, on a trip to pick up some of his belongings, she offers to help put together a retrospective of his work. Not only has she not seen any of it (their rift was spectacularly traumatic), she knows nothing about curating. She's also a shut-in who rarely ventures outside the condo she shares with her husband, Ben (Ben Cotton). Grace struggles along fitfully, dozing off while watching her father's movies (all of them involving love triangles), and discussing her inertia with her confidante, Clem (Jennifer Beals).
By happenstance, she meets Adam (Kett Turton), a neighbour who's an expert on all things Laurentian and offers to help her out. As Grace digs deeper into her father's life and work — and after a disturbing encounter with his long-time lover and lead actress Sophie (Gabrielle Rose) — she finds herself taking on his persona.
Source : TIFF
Pour ceux qui doivent encore attendre pour voir le film, voici 2 promos pour vous faire patienter ;) :
Vous pouvez également découvrir les photos réalisées lors du festival :