Following the government headlines, they positioned our area in a yellow zone; we were relieved to learn that we could maintain our Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue inside the theatre.
Due to our actual context, we postponed the dates of the launch of our program and the ticket sale of one week. We are playing with creativity and adaptation, following the daily updates of the government measures.
The release of our complete program will happen on Tuesday, October 20th, and the ticket sale will start on Thursday, October 22nd at 9 AM.
Be reassured that the details of the ways to purchase tickets and the measures in place for the duration of the Festival will be provided before the ticket sale, by three mediums: on our website, on our Facebook page and our newsletter.
We remind you that there will be no passports or packages sold this year.
We are convinced that our offer to the festivalgoers is the best of the cinematographic world, together, indoors and safely. Our motto: from shadow workers, we now become light workers, mandated to bring hope and happiness in these challenging days.
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19 October 2020
They are cinematographers, festival programmers, cinema university professors, music workers, social media and numeric pros, and more! A great diversity of film-lovers with various tastes and interests composes our juries. Let’s introduce properly these passionate people who will have the responsibility to pick the most deserving films in each category.Read the news
15 October 2020
Discover the look and the whole new formula for Espace court 2020, adapted to our era.Read the news
13 October 2020
As a major vector for great modern international cinema discoveries, the Festival du cinéma international en Abitibi-Témiscamingue is seated at the first row to put the spotlight on local talented artists, from our dearest Abitibi-Témiscamingue. As advertised a few weeks ago, on the closing night of the Festival, will be presented in world premiere, the very first feature film by Rouynorandian Rachelle Roy, DANSER SOUS LA PLUIE. It is the first time in the history of the Festivalthat the closing feature is a local production.Read the news