Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (FNC)
With its unique, offbeat approach, the FNC is a bold, innovative event that brings people together. We shine a spotlight on the world of cinema through works that deconstruct cinematic language to better reinvent it. Since 1971, our mandate has been to support and showcase major productions and provide a springboard for emerging voices in all their diversity and originality by screening over 300 films from 60 different countries.
New trends, groundbreaking narrative and technological perspectives, revelations from Quebec, Canada and around the world, talks, special events and festive parties all await you at the FNC.
07.10.2020 ⟶ 18.10.2020
Best short film in the International Competition ($5,000 cash)
* Oscar Qualifying
GRAND PRIX FOCUS
Presented by CineGround
Best short film in the Focus Québec/Canada competition ($15,000 in camera and/or postproduction services awarded by CineGround).
PRIX DU PUBLIC
Presented by MELS
Best short film of the competition ($5,000 in film equipment rental awarded by MELS)
LES NOUVEAUX ALCHIMISTES (EXPERIMENTAL COMPETITION)
PRIX DADA NATIONAL
Presented by MAIN FILM
Best short film in the Les nouveaux alchimistes competition ($5,000 in creative residency at Main Film and 1,500 cash).
PRIX DADA INTERNATIONAL
Presented by MUBI
Best short film of the competition (exclusive broadcast on the Mubi platform).
PRIX DE LA MEILLEURE ANIMATION
Best animated short film of the competition
PAN-CANADIAN STUDENT FILM MEETING – RPCÉ (STUDENT COMPETITION)
Presented by Netflix
Best student short film (2 000$ grant awarded by Netflix and a research and creation residency in collaboration with the invited international school)
Presented by 123dcp et Ulule
Particularly distinguished student short film ($ 2,000 in crowdfunding services on Ulule and a Cru-Drive DCP from 123dcp).
3805 Boul St-Laurent
Entry fee: $35—$50
(Head of Short Film & RPCE)
Emilie Poirier’s current practice revolves around art history/cultural studies, film festival curating and how the two intersect and interact. She is a head of short film and student competition (RPCE) at the Festival du nouveau cinema (FNC) and was head of the Netflix talent lab La Forge Québec Cinéma. She is currently writing her master thesis in Art History at Université de Montréal, where her academic research examines collaborations between pop culture and contemporary art and on the blurred boundaries between different types of cultural production. Poirier holds a B.A in political science (international relations) from UQAM (2010) and a certificate in art history from Université de Montréal (2014).