Une Colonie

Saturday 2 November

11:45 - 13:27 Trianon 3

Winning Best Picture at the Canadian Screen Awards and a Crystal Bear (Berlinale) is no small feat for a feature debut. Mylia is a young woman who struggles to fit in during her first year of high school -- until she befriends Jimmy, a local boy from nearby the Abenaki First Nations reserve. A Colony is an honest and at times awkward story about coming of age in a small town, subtly set against the background of Canada’s colonialism and indigenous culture. Unique and touching.
Regular ticket
€ 10.5
Cinevilleticket
€ 0

Director
Geneviève DULUDE-DE CELLES

Spoken language
French

Subtitles
English

Program
First Feature Competition

Duration
102 minutes

This movie also screens

  • Wednesday
    6 November
    19:00
    Trianon 3
  • Friday
    8 November
    16:45
    Trianon 3
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  • Sunday
    10 November
    11:45
    Kijkhuis 2
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