0ctober 26 to 31, 2019
Festival de cinéma international en A.-T.

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Celebrate the 7th art with absolute passion and joy!

11 October 2019

For the 38th year, the International Film Festival in Abitibi-Témiscamingue is very proud to be adding cinematographic works from everywhere to its official program. An impressive selection of short, medium and feature films will be presented during the 6 days of this great film festival. A shocking look at the world, striking works, sincere laughter, emotional moments - that's what the Festival is all about. During the event, moviegoers will be able to view 18 feature films, as well as 48 short and medium-length films including 19 animated films from 18 countries. Among the films in competition, this 38th Festival is proud to present 16 award-winning films and 28 premieres: 13 world premiers, 3 North American premieres, 9 Canadian premieres and 3 Quebec premieres. From October 26 to 31, Rouyn-Noranda will be immersed in cinema and the International Film Festival in Abitibi-Témiscamingue will be on the move to offer a multitude of activities to various audiences. You will certainly find an activity to your liking!

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The Premiere of Two Great Movies!

30 September 2019

The International Film Festival in Abitibi-Témiscamingue announces two new additions to its 2019 programming-- major works in French cinema, presented by two rising stars.

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The Spotlight is on Regional Filmmakers

30 September 2019

Each year, the selection of films that will take part in the program is a long-term process. Each and every film is viewed religiously and evaluated so that only the very best is chosen. Several regional filmmakers form part of the 2019 programming; here is a preview of their works.

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opening film

by Micheline Lanctôt

Saturday October 26, 2019 – Bloc 1 – 20 h

closing film

les plus belles années d’une vie
by claude lelouch

Thursday October 31, 2019 – Bloc 12 – 18 h 30







2019 Poster

The 2019 poster was designed by Stéphanie Cloutier, Graphic Designer at LEBLEU marketing, design and web, based on the magnificent work of art by artist by Frank Polson, Loon Mating Call.


Frank Polson is an Algonquin artist from the Long Point First Nation Community, in Winneway, Témiscamingue. He has dedicated many years of his life to developing a style that respects tradition while remaining contemporary. His work is well-known and appreciated in the region and beyond our borders. Polson has just recently begun collaborating with the Royal Canadian Mint on a special collection.

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