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To be selected in one of the competitive sections, your film must be available in original French version or in original version subtitled in French.
The deadline to submit your feature film is: August 2, 2021
4 March 2021
The Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue opens its 2021 film submission season to prepare for the exceptional 40th edition of the FestivalRead the news
17 November 2020
It has already been a few days since the closing night of our dear 39th Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Festival-goers, volunteers, team members and partners have demonstrated an amazing capacity to adapt, in a creative manner, for us all to live this Festival, a 2020 different edition, but also deeply joyous. Let us remind ourselves of all the good times.Read the news
6 November 2020
The 39th Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue just ended. The closing ceremony broadcasted online through the Facebook page of the Festival, for each one to watch from the comfort of their homes.Read the news
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Conceived by Stéphanie Cloutier, graphic designer at LEBLEU marketing team, design and web, and it originated from a magnificent painting from artist Frank Polson.
Amongst the Seven Sacred lessons of the Grandfathers, the bear represents courage, because mama bear will fight even the strongest predator to protect her cubs. Of all seven clans inside the Anicinàbe social system, members of the bear clan provide protection for the clan, as police officers and healers. They are renowned for their ability to heal, because they own the knowledge of the medicinal plants they find in their forest patrols », explains Polson.
The 39e Festival’s poster originated from a magnificent artwork from Frank Polson, for a third year in a row. He is a painter from the Long Point Nation community, in Témiscamingue. Polson describes himself as self-taught. He finds inspiration with numerous memories from when he was trapping with his father, night and day under the breathtaking canvas of the northern skies, lit by sunsets and sunrises. He managed to develop his own style, allying tradition and modernism, and his work travels boundaries to reach new audiences. The unique universe to his paintings always gets to captivate us.
Stéphanie Cloutier has a bachelor’s degree in graphic design of Université Laval and she works at LEBLEU Communication humaine. She knows how to standout with her creativity, her ideas, her professionalism and her bubbling momentum when she has a new project. She also contributes to growing businesses and cultural events around her.