fantasia 2017

Dévoilement final de la programmation de Fantasia!

La conférence de presse est présentement toujours en cours et le site web du Festival Fantasia sera officiellement en ligne à 14h, mais une dernière vague de titres impressionnante est annoncée. En tout, c’est plus de 150 longs et 300 courts métrage qui seront présentés lors de cette 21e édition, dont 12 premières mondiales!

Vous trouverez ci-joint la version courte française du communiqué ainsi qu’une version plus longue anglaise. Ces titres s’ajoutent à la première vague annoncée en juin dernier:

21e ÉDITION DU FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE FILMS FANTASIA DU 13 JUILLET AU 2 AOÛT 2017 

LE FESTIVAL PRÉSENTERA LA PREMIÈRE MONDIALE deLE PROBLÈME D’INFILTRATION DE ROBERT MORIN 

LA PREMIÈRE INTERNATIONALE DE A TAXI DRIVER CLÔTURERA LA 21e ÉDITION DE FANTASIA

DE NOMBREUX PROGRAMMES GRATUITS

Montréal, mercredi 5 juillet 2017 – Le Festival international de films Fantasiaest heureux d’annoncer la programmation de sa 21e édition comprenant plus de 150 longs-métrages et 300 courts-métrages. Parmi les titres annoncés, la première nord-américaine de la sensation cannoise GOOD TIME des frères Safdie et mettant en vedette Robert Pattinson ; le lauréat de la Berlinale SPOOR de Agnieszka Holland ; une présentation spéciale de ATOMIC BLONDE de David Leitch ; la première mondiale du dernier film de Robert Morin LE PROBLÈME D’INFILTRATION ; et les premières canadiennes de PATTI CAKE$ de Geremy Jasper et MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND de Ana Asensio. Rappelons que le festival avait déjà annoncé une présentation spéciale de VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS de Luc Besson ; les films d’ouverture THE VILLAINESS de Jung Byung-gil et JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE : DIAMOND IS UNBREAKABLE de Takashi Miike; la première canadienne de TOM OF FINLAND de Dome Karukoski ; et un concert cinématographique pour le classique de 1928 de Paul Leni, THE MAN WHO LAUGHS.

LE PROBLÈME D’INFILTRATION EN PREMIÈRE MONDIALE ET MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND EN PREMIÈRE CANADIENNE À CAMERA LUCIDA

Dédiée aux œuvres les plus originales et novatrices, aux frontières du cinéma de genre, la sélection Camera Lucida culmine cette année avec la première mondiale du film LE PROBLÈME D’INFILTRATION de Robert Morin, présenté le 2 août 2017, lors de la soirée de clôture du festival. Un film expérimental et un exercice formel comme seul Morin sait les faire, LE PROBLÈME D’INFILTRATION est un portrait anxiogène et unique, tourné en une série de plans-séquences distincts et surréalistes, qui rendent à merveille l’angoisse existentielle et la descente aux enfers du Dr Louis Richard (Christian Bégin), chirurgien esthétique dédié aux grands brûlés. Une œuvre audacieuse, qui évoque à la fois l’art expressionniste allemand et la vidéo d’avant-garde. En présence du réalisateur et de l’équipe du film.

Également présenté dans la section Camera Lucida, MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND. Lauréat du Grand Prix du jury pour le meilleur film narratif à SXSW,le film raconte 24 heures périlleuses dans la vie d’une immigrante sans papiers qui tente de survivre à New York. Drame captivant qui se transforme en thriller dont la tension est quasi insoutenable, ce formidable premier long-métrage de l’actrice, et réalisatrice Ana Asensio est à la fois un film d’horreur et une odyssée personnelle qui ne manquera pas de susciter de profondes réflexions et des discussions  passionnées. En présence de la réalisatrice.

En outre, la section Camera Lucida s’associe à l’Association québécoise des critiques de cinéma (AQCC), membre de la Fédération internationale de la presse cinématographique (FIPRESCI) etdevient ainsi compétitive. Le jury de l’AQCC sera composé de Donato Totaro, président du jury, éditeur en chef de Offscreen, journaliste et professeur d’études cinématographiques à l’université Concordia ; Paul Landriau, fondateur du blog cinéma Point de vues et directeur de la programmation du Festival de cinéma en ligne Plein(s) Écran(s) ;et Jean-Marie Lanlo, vice-président de l’AQCC et éditeur en chef de Cinéfilic.com, décernera son prix annuel au meilleur film de la section. Complétant laprogrammation de Camera Lucida, on retrouve THE HONOR FARM de Karen Skloss, présenté en première internationale ainsi que les premières canadiennes de ANIMALS de Greg Sglinski, NOVEMBER de Rainer Sarnet et TOWN IN A LAKE de Jet Leyco ; en plus des titres déjà annoncés soit THE LAPLACE’S DEMONA GHOST STORY, FREE AND EASY et THE TOKYO NIGHT SKY IS ALWAYS THE DENSEST SHADE OF BLUE. 

LA PREMIÈRE INTERNATIONALE DU DRAME HISTORIQUE A TAXI DRIVER CLÔTURERA FANTASIA 2017

Le 18 mai 1980, l’un des chapitres les plus sombres de l’histoire récente de la Corée du Sud a commencé. Lors de manifestations dénonçant la loi martiale proclamée par le dictateur Chun Doo-hwan, plusieurs citoyens particulièrement des étudiants, sont battus, arrêtés ou tués par l’armée qui utilise une campagne propagande minutieusement orchestrée pour justifier ses gestes. Lorsqu’un chauffeur de taxi monoparental décide de transporter un journaliste allemand de Séoul à Gwangju, la course lui permettant de rembourser ses dettes, il n’a aucune idée du danger qui l’attend. Le réalisateur Jang Hoon est reconnu comme l’un des cinéastes les plus talentueux de Corée du Sud grâce à ses films lauréats de plusieurs prix tels que ROUGH CUT et THE FRONT LINE. Après THE SECRET REUNION, Hoon refait équipe avec l’acteur légendaire Song Kang-ho (THE HOST, SNOWPIERCER) qui livre l’une des plus puissantes performances de sa carrière dans ce drame historique inoubliable que Fantasia est fier de présenter en clôture de son édition 2017. En présence du réalisateur Jang Hoon

16 LONGS-MÉTRAGES PROVENANT DES QUATRES COINS DU MONDE EN COMPÉTITION POUR LE CHEVAL NOIR

La compétition officielle de Fantasia est une section globale de films de genre variés provenant d’auteurs pionniers et non conventionnels, qu’ils soient de nouveaux cinéastes ou des réalisateurs établis. Cette année, 16 longs-métrages sont présentés en compétition officielle soit BAD GENIUS (Thaïlande) de Nattawut Poonpiriya ; BITCH (É-U) de Marianna Palka ; COLD HELL (Allemagne) de Stefan Ruzowitzky; DAN DREAM (Danemark) de Jesper Rofelt ; A DAY (Corée du sud) de Cho Sun-ho; FRIENDLY BEAST (Brésil) de Gabriela Amaral Almeida; JOJO’S BIZARRE ADVENTURE: DIAMOND IS UNBREAKABLE (Japon) de Takashi Miike; LOWLIFE (É-U) de Ryan Prows: MON MON MON MONSTERS! (Taiwan) de Giddens Ko ; MONEY’S MONEY (France) de Gela Babluani; ORIGAMI (Canada-Québec) de Patrick Demers ; SPOOR (Pologne-République tchèque) de Agnieszka Holland; A TAXI DRIVER (Corée du Sud) de Jang Hoon; TEIICHI: BATTLE OF THE SUPREME HIGH (Japon) de Akira Nagai; THE VILLAINESS (Corée du Sud) de Jung Byung-gil; et WHAT A WONDERFUL FAMILY! 2 (Japon) de Yôji Yamada. Le jury du Cheval Noir sera présidé cette année par le cinéaste, anthropologue et journaliste Richard Stanley qui sera accompagné de Chris Bumbray, critique de cinéma pour JoBlo’s Movie Emporium ; Eli Castiel, critique et, éditeur en chef du magazine Séquences ; Paul Kazee, critique et cofondateur du New York Asian Film Festival ; et Shelagh Rowan-Legg, cinéaste, critique, et programmatrice à FrightFest UK. 

LA SECTION ACTION ! VOUS PROPOSE UNE PRÉSENTATION SPÉCIALE DE ATOMIC BLONDE

Réalisé par David Leitch (JOHN WICK, prochainement DEADPOOL 2), ATOMIC BLONDE est un feu roulant de suspense, de sexualité et de style avec une distribution incluant Charlize Theron, John Goodman, Til Schweiger et Sofia Boutella. Présenté en sélection officielle à SXSW 2017, ATOMIC BLONDE inclut une scène de combat époustouflante, tournée en un seul plan dans un escalier. ATOMIC BLONDE est présenté dans la section Action ! qui, pour la première de son histoire, sera compétitive. Le jury, composé du réalisateur québécois Érik Canuel ; du programmateur de la section Midnight Madness à TIFF Peter Kuplowsky ; et du producteur Hugues Barbier, aura la difficile tâche de couronner le meilleur des 11 films d’action sélectionnés, comprenant entre autres les premières nord-américaines du succès danois DARKLAND de Fenat Ahmad ; de la comédie d’action allemande PLAN B de Ufuk Genc et Micheal Popescu ; et du surprenant film de poursuites en voitures français OVERDRIVE de Antonio Negret.

UN VOYAGE NOCTURNE À LA PREMIÈRE NORD-AMÉRICAINE DE GOOD TIME

Cette odyssée nocturne de mauvaises décisions, dans laquelle la tension augmente constamment jusqu’à en devenir insoutenable, a fait sensation à Cannes. Les frères Safdie nous offrent ici un exercice d’intensité de haute voltige mettant en vedette Robert Pattinson dans la meilleure performance de sa carrière. Faisant hommage aux thrillers des années 70, ce film continue dans la lignée de leur précédent effort, HEAVEN KNOWS WHAT, en présentant une autre vision de la racaille new-yorkaise lugubre au possible qui demeure toutefois humaine et authentique. En présence des réalisateurs.

UN TOUT NOUVEAU RÉALISATEUR TALENTUEUX DE CORÉE DU SUD VOUS SURPRENDRA AVEC LA PREMIÈRE INTERNATIONALE DE A DAY 

Le réalisateur Cho Sun-ho impressionne avec son premier long-métrage méticuleusement construit. A DAY raconte l’histoire d’un célèbre docteur prisonnier d’une boucle temporelle dans laquelle il doit, à répétition, sauver sa fille d’un accident de voiture mortel. Allant beaucoup plus loin que le concept de GROUNDHOG DAY en termes d’implication émotionnelle et de retournements imprévisibles, ce thriller captivant vous gardera certainement en haleine. Cho Sun-ho est assurément un nom à garder en tête !

CHASSEURS CHASSÉS ET CONFRONTATION ÉCOLOGIQUE À LA PREMIÈRE NORD-AMÉRICAINE DE SPOOR

Marquant le retour au grand écran de l’un des trésors nationaux du cinéma polonais, Agnieszka Holland (EUROPA EUROPA, THE SECRET GARDEN), qui est toujours une cinéaste dynamique à près de 70 ans, SPOOR a remporté un prix grandement mérité à la Berlinale plus tôt cette année. Œuvre véritablement radicale, voir dangereuse selon certains, SPOOR est un film à mi-chemin entre le meurtre et mystère fantastique et le thriller écologique. Une enseignante toujours prête à dénoncer l’autorité afin de protéger la faune de sa région se retrouve au milieu d’événements surréalistes alors que des chasseurs et des figures d’autorité sont retrouvés assassinés avec des traces d’animaux près de leurs corps. Les bêtes exercent-elles enfin leur vengeance ? L’un des films de genre les plus subversifs depuis des années.

DU RAP DIFFÉRENT AVEC LA PREMIÈRE CANADIENNE DE PATTI CAKE$

L’une des sensations du circuit festivalier 2017, dévoilé à Sundance, passant par SXSW et plus récemment présenté en clôture de la Quinzaine des Réalisateurs à Cannes, PATTI CAKE$ s’arrête maintenant à Fantasia pour sa première canadienne. Ce premier long-métrage du réalisateur de vidéoclips acclamé Geremy Jasper met en vedette l’étonnante nouvelle venue Danielle Macdonald dans le rôle de Patricia Dumbrowski, alias Killa P, alias Patti Cake$. Rappelant à la fois LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, 8 MILE et la découverte 2016 de Fantasia SOME FREAKS, ce classique culte en devenir raconte avec cœur et conviction une glorieuse histoire de marginalité et de ténacité.

LA SCÈNE DE LA DOUCHE DE PSYCHO DÉCORTIQUÉE DANS 78/52

Né du marché de coproduction Frontières à Fantasia, 78/52, du réalisateur Alexandre Philippe, propose un regard inédit sur la célèbre scène de la douche dans PSYCHO de Alfred Hitchcock. Acclamé à Sundance, où il a été présenté en première mondiale, ce périple cinéphile révélateur reste captivant du début à la fin. Guillermo del Toro, Jamie Lee Curtis, Karyn Kusama, Richard Stanley et Peter Bogdanovich, ne sont que quelques-uns des intervenants qui apportent une réflexion poussée sur la scène de meurtre qui a profondément changé le cours de l’histoire cinématographique.

LES ACTIVITÉS GRATUITES

MON PREMIER FANTASIA

Soulignons tout d’abord le retour de la section MON PREMIER FANTASIA AU MUSÉE MCCORD. Enfants, parents et adultes sont invités à découvrir cette programmation gratuite du 15 au 29 juillet à la salle J.A. Bombardier du Musée McCord. Cinq programmes de films animés, dont quatre francophones et un sans dialogue, provenant des quatre coins du monde, et conçus spécialement pour les jeunes de 3 à 10 ans, seront présentés. Chaque programme sera présenté à 2 reprises dans la journée.

PROJECTIONS ÉVÉNEMENTS

Fantasia est également fier de s’associer à nouveau à Éléphant – mémoire du cinéma québécois dans le cadre de deux projections. Le 24 juillet, une nouvelle copie restaurée de KARMINA (1996) de Gabriel Pelletier sera ainsi présentée gratuitement dans la salle D.B. Clarke lors d’une projection en présence de l’équipe du film et au cours de laquelle le Festival remettra le prix Denis-Héroux à la productrice Nicole Robert. Le Prix Denis-Héroux souligne une contribution exceptionnelle au développement du cinéma de genre et du cinéma indépendant québécois. KARMINA sera présenté en français avec sous-titres anglais.

Puis, le 25 juillet, le public est invité à découvrir ou revoir gratuitement RAFALES (1990) d’André Melançon à la Cinémathèque québécoise. Co-scénarisé par André Melançon, Jacques Duchesneau, Marcel Lebœuf et Denis Bouchard, et mettant en vedette ces deux derniers, ce thriller brouille les pistes avec un suspense à la fois intense, tendre et humain, et propose un remarquable duo d’acteurs à l’écran. Présenté en français avec sous-titres anglais.

De plus, les festivaliers sont conviés à la projection publique et gratuite de TERREUR  404 (2017), la nouvelle série d’horreur de Sébastien Diaz, composée de courtes fictions dans lesquelles nos pires cauchemars s’incarnent à travers les technologies que nous utilisons pour communiquer aujourd’hui les uns avec les autres. Présenté gratuitement en présence de certains artistes et artisans de la série.

Les amateurs de courts métrages à la recherche de propositions cinématographiques singulières pourront, en outre, profiter de la compilation SPECTRUMFEST: FILMS FROM THE AUTISM SPECTRUM, proposée par Spectrum Productions. La société, basée à Montréal, a pour objectif de valoriser les jeunes qui vivent avec le spectre de l’autisme, à travers le cinéma. Cette projection unique offrira un aperçu de la créativité et du talent de jeunes d’ici, en révélant leur diversité d’intérêts et leur originalité.

PROJECTIONS EXTÉRIEURES GRATUITES

Enfin, cinq projections extérieures gratuites seront proposées pour vivre une expérience collective à la belle étoile, parmi lesquelles KEDI (2016), le documentaire turc irrésistible de Ceyda Torun, sur des chats traversant la ville et la vie des citoyens d’Istanbul, qui sera diffusé le 9 juillet à 21 h au Village au Pied-du-Courant.

De plus, quatre soirées gratuites et festives, organisées en collaboration avec l’Université Concordia et Vidéotron, inaugureront l’écran Concordia, situé à l’arrière de l’édifice Henry F. Hall, à l’angle de la rue Mackay et du boulevard de Maisonneuve Ouest.  Au programme, quatre films mettant en valeur la diversité de l’offre du festival.

Le 19 juillet, le public pourra redécouvrir LA PETITE AURORE L’ENFANT MARTYRE (1952), présenté en copie restaurée et en présence d’Yvonne Laflamme, qui incarnait la petite Aurore. Le film, présenté avec sous-titres anglais, est l’un des premiers grands succès du cinéma québécois.

Le 20 juillet à 21 h sera projeté EXPO 67 : MISSION IMPOSSIBLE (2017), un documentaire exceptionnel sur l’envers du décor de cette exposition universelle. Il sera précédé de THE WORLD OF MAN (1967), une compilation de douze films d’environ une minute, produits pour l’Expo 67, dans le cadre d’une compétition internationale de films sans paroles ayant pour thème Terre des Hommes. Ces œuvres, récemment retrouvées et restaurées, seront diffusées pour la première fois depuis 47 ans, et présentées par le producteur Albert Fisher.

Le 26 juillet, Fantasia et Métropole Films présenteront COLOSSAL (2016), le succès de Nacho Vigalondo, projeté en anglais avec sous-titres français.

Et le 27 juillet, le festival présentera, en collaboration avec le Cinéma du Parc, MA VIE DE COURGETTE (2016) de Claude Barras, en version française avec sous-titres anglais.

La 21e édition du Festival international de films Fantasia se déroulera à Montréal du 13 juillet au 2 aout 2017 avec des projections à l’Université Concordia, à la Cinémathèque Québécoise et au Musée McCord. Les billets seront en vente dès le 8 juillet à 13 h à la billetterie du festival située dans le Henry F. Hall Building de l’Université Concordia, 1455 Boulevard de Maisonneuve O et sur le réseau Admission au www.admission.com


• On closing night, the public premiere of Synapse Films’ 4K restoration of Dario Argento’s classic SUSPIRIA, the international premiere of Jang Hoon’s historical drama TAXI DRIVER, starring Song Kang-ho (THE HOST, SNOWPIERCER), and the world premiere of Robert Morin’s surrealistic, experimental LE PROBLÈME D’INFILTRATION (INFILTRATION)

• The North American premiere of Josh and Ben Safdie’s bleak New York crime-drama GOOD TIME, starring Robert Pattinson in a career-redefining performance

• A special screening of the Charlize-Theron-kicking-ass extravaganza ATOMIC BLONDE, directed by David Leitch (JOHN WICK, the upcoming DEADPOOL 2)

• The North American premiere of the murder-mystery/eco-thriller SPOOR, marking the return of acclaimed Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland

• The international premiere of SHINJUKU SWAN II, from cult-favorite director Sion Sono, starring Go Ayano and Tadanobu Asano

• A celebration of Turkish genre cinema, with a Lifetime Achievement Award presentation to the country’s superstar Cüneyt Arkın and screenings of his films THE MAN WHO SAVED THE WORLD, WILD BLOOD (a.k.a. the Turkish FIRST BLOOD!) and the ninja actioner DEATH WARRIOR, along with the world premiere of Emir Mavitan’s NOMAD and a free outdoor projection of Ceyda Torun’s hit documentary KEDI

• A Lifetime Achievement Award presentation to Mil Mascaras, the legendary big-screen luchador, plus showings of his 1972 vehicle LAS MOMIAS DE GUANAJUATO, co-starring El Santo and Blue Demon, and Aaron Crozier’s new movie AZTEC REVENGE

• The Canadian premiere of acclaimed music-video director Geremy Jasper’s first feature PATTI CAKE$, a rap-oriented outsider story starring Danielle Macdonald

• The world premiere of RADIUS, a character-based sci-fi thriller/drama from Quebec directors Caroline Labrèche and Steeve Léonard, which found its financing through Fantasia’s Frontières International Co-Production Market

• The Canadian premiere of THE MOLE SONG: HONG KONG CAPRICCIO, the outrageous action/comedy sequel from bad-boy director Takashi Miike

• The world premiere of Patrick Demers’ mind-bending time-travel drama ORIGAMI

• The world premieres of two revisionist action/exploitation films from producer/co-star James Franco: Jenna Cavelle’s BLOOD HEIST and Melanie Aitkenhead’s BLOOD RIDE, the latter starring Pollyanna McIntosh (THE WOMAN, THE WALKING DEAD)

• The Canadian premiere of BUSHWICK, an urban action-thriller set in the titular Brooklyn borough, directed by Cary Murnion and Jonathan Milott (COOTIES) and starring Dave Bautista and Brittany Snow

• The international premiere of Toshimasa Kobayashi’s off-the-wall sex/family comedy ALMOST COMING, ALMOST DYING, based on the autobiographical manga by Manabu Nakagawa

In addition, the following (along with previously announced ATOMIC BLONDE, JAILBREAK and YOU ONLY LIVE ONCE) will screen as part of the newly competitive Action! section:

BOYKA: UNDISPUTED (Bulgaria—Dir: Todor Chapkanov): Martial arts fans have waited a long time for the return of their champion, and with BOYKA: UNDISPUTED, Scott Adkins takes his beloved character to new heights, pushing the limits of action cinema. Boyka is back—and his punches connect! Canadian Premiere. Actor Scott Adkins in Attendance.

BROKEN SWORD HERO (Thailand—Dir: Bin Bunluerit): Like Tony Jaa before him, Bua Khaw Bunchamek makes an unmissable, intense impact with his first appearance on the big screen. This jaw-dropping historical epic showcases all of the four-time Muy Thai champion’s talents in an action-packed and highly entertaining adventure set in 1700s Thailand. North American Premiere.

CONFIDENTIAL ASSIGNMENT (South Korea—Dir: Kim Sung-hoon): For years, Fantasia has presented the latest in exciting Korean action, and each time they raise the bar another notch. This wild Cold War thriller is no exception, featuring spectacular fights, tight urban chases, puzzling intrigue and a stunning action turn from K-drama star Hyun Bin! Quebec Premiere.

DARKLAND (Denmark—Dir: Fenar Ahmad): Dar Salim (EXODUS, GAME OF THRONES) plays a prosperous Copenhagen surgeon who, when pushed too far, decides to avenge his murdered brother and take down the gangs that have overrun his city. A blockbuster in its native Denmark, DARKLAND is both a brilliant action thriller and a thoughtful commentary on the challenges of immigration. North American Premiere.

DOUBLE BARREL (India—Dir: Lijo Jose Pellissery): Featuring the brothers Prithviraj and Indrajith Sukumaran, two noted Indian stars, DOUBLE BARREL is an action-comedy that veers wildly off the beaten track, with an ultra-inspired screenplay and visual presentation bursting with panache. One of the most delectable Indian films of recent vintage. Canadian Premiere.

OVERDRIVE (France—Dir: Antonio Negret): From the writers of WANTED and 2 FAST 2 FURIOUS comes an utterly bombastic actioner that runs on blood, sweat, and rocket fuel! Scott Eastwood and Ana de Armas (of the upcoming BLADE RUNNER 2049) star in this stunt-filled, explosive thriller set under the scorching sun of southern France. Director Antonio Negret has crafted a smart, sexy tale of car thieves on the run—and stuck its throttle at 4,000 RPM! North American Premiere.

PLAN B (Germany—Dir: Ufuk Genc and Micheal Popescu): A trio of aspiring martial artists are blackmailed into criminal activity for the Berlin mob in this near-perfect actioner featuring spectacular fights, loads of laughs, and great chemistry from its hilarious stars. With PLAN B, Germany’s Ufuk Genc and Micheal Popescu prove they have the cinematic chops to stand alongside the world’s finest action directors. North American Premiere. Directors in Attendance

SAVAGE DOG (U.S.—Dir: Jesse V. Johnson): In this whirlwind of fists and feet that piles one relentless action sequence after another, an ass-kicking ex-con is forced back into the ring to save his new friends’ bar—and possibly their lives! Action legends Scott Adkins, Marko Zaror and Cung Le each give 110 percent, and deliver 90 minutes of pure, face-smashing thrills. Canadian Premiere. Writer/director Jesse V. Johnson and actor Scott Adkins in Attendance

TERMINATOR 2: JUDGMENT DAY 3D (U.S.—Dir: James Cameron): He said he’d be back, and he kept his word. Twenty-six years after revolutionizing action cinema, James Cameron presents a newly restored 3D version of his classic, era-defining science fiction masterpiece about a mother, son and cyborg attempting to stop a visage-changing robot from bringing on a nuclear apocalypse. Not in Competition. North American Premiere.

Screening in the Camera Lucida section (along with previously announced LE PROBLÈME D’INFILTRATION, THE LAPLACE’S DEMON, A GHOST STORY, FREE AND EASY and THE TOKYO NIGHT SKY IS ALWAYS THE DENSEST SHADE OF BLUE):

ANIMALS (Switzerland/Poland/Austria—Dir: Greg Sglinski): A hybrid of black comedy, marital melodrama and surrealist horror, chronicling a couple’s disintegration and potential reunion during a retreat in the Swiss Alps. Official Selection: Berlinale 2017, Istanbul International Film Festival 2017, BAFICI 2017. Canadian Premiere.

THE HONOR FARM (U.S.—Dir: Karen Skloss): At the vanguard of young-adult cinema, Karen Skloss’ fiction film debut is a dreamlike trip that masterfully subverts and manipulates the tropes of coming-of-age cinema, horror and psychedelic thrillers. Official Selection: SXSW 2017 (Midnighters). International Premiere. Director in Attendance.

MOST BEAUTIFUL ISLAND (U.S.—Dir: Ana Asensio): An unbearably gripping drama that slowly transforms into a thriller depicting a dangerous, and unbearably tense 24-hour span in the life of an undocumented immigrant woman struggling in New York City. Winner: Grand Jury Prize for Best Narrative Feature, SXSW 2017. Official Selection: BAMCinemaFest 2017, Sydney Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere. Director in Attendance.

NOVEMBER (Estonia—Dir: Rainer Sarnet): A deep dive into Estonian folklore, and a harsh, fascinating look at 19th-century pagan life, where spirits roam free, werewolves lurk and souls are a valuable currency. Winner: Best Cinematography in an International Narrative Feature Film, Tribeca Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere.

TOWN IN A LAKE (Philippines—Dir: Jet Leyco): Two 16-year-old girls vanish, shocking the quiet seaside town of Matangtubig in the Philippines. In this third feature, Jet Leyco unveils a magical realist subversion of the crime thriller. Official Selection: New York Asian Film Festival 2017, International Film Festival Rotterdam 2017, Taipei Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere.

Showing in the Axis animated-feature section (along with previously announced HAVE A NICE DAY, LU OVER THE WALL, NAPPING PRINCESS and NIGHT IS SHORT, WALK ON GIRL):

JUNK HEAD: Artist, designer, sculptor and stop-motion animator Takahide Hori expands his 2103 cyber-horror short film into a full, independent feature, a biomechanical nightmare tempered with unexpected twists and deft wit—imagine FRAGGLE ROCK through the eyes of H.R. Giger and Hieronymus Bosch. The Axis section’s strangest discovery of 2017!

CLAYMATION HORROR BY BRITAIN’S LEE HARDCASTLE: Independent UK clay animator Lee Hardcastle has made over 100 shorts, music videos, and commercials—and won a place in the feature film omnibus THE ABCS OF DEATH through their hugely-competitive public contest. CLAYMATION HORROR BY LEE HARDCASTLE is a showcase of some of his coolest creations which will also screen a segment of his long-awaited feature debut, SPOOK TRAIN (A HORROR ANTHOLOGY), an epic stop-motion animation that is scheduled to be completed by 2020. Director in Attendance.

A triple bill of Asian short films:

• COCOLORS (Japan, 45 min, Dir: Toshihisa Yokoshima)

International Premiere. Director in Attendance.

• SCARECROW ISLAND (South Korea, 18 min, Dir: Park Hyemi)

World Premiere. Director in Attendance.

• VALLEY OF WHITE BIRDS (China, 14 min, Dir: Cloud Yang)

North American Premiere.

THE SENIOR CLASS (South Korea—Dir: Hong Deok-pyo): Raw in its emotional honesty, explicit in its exploration of sexuality among South Korean college kids, an animated drama written and produced by Yeon Sang-ho (SEOUL STATION, TRAIN TO BUSAN). International Premiere. Director in Attendance.

GENOCIDAL ORGAN (Japan—Dir: Shukou Murase): An elite intelligence agent pursues a mysterious figure who may be at the heart of the genocidal fury engulfing the world. The third techno-thriller in the Project Itoh anime trilogy. Canadian Premiere.

Screening in the Get Real! documentaries section (along with previously announced KING COHEN):

78/52 (U.S.—Dir: Alexandre Philippe): An unprecedented look at the iconic shower scene in Alfred Hitchcock’s PSYCHO (1960) and the screen murder that profoundly changed the course of world cinema. Featuring Guillermo del Toro, Jamie Lee Curtis, Karyn Kusama, Richard Stanley and Peter Bogdanovich, among many others. 78/52 was born out of Fantasia’s Frontières Co-Production Market and world-premiered to major acclaim at Sundance earlier this year. Quebec Premiere.

ABU (Canada—Dir: Arshad Khan): As a gay man, Montreal Filmmaker Arshad Khan examines his troubled relationship with his devout, Muslim father. Using family archives, pictures and Bollywood movies, Khan presents his struggle with his identity and compares it to his parent’s attempts to fit into Canada. Official Selection: L.A. Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere. Director in Attendance.

DELIVER US (Italy—Dir: Federica Di Giacomo): Every year, in Italy, in Europe and in the world, a higher and higher number of people affirm to feel possessed by Satan. The Catholic Church responds to this emergency training more and more exorcist priests. The contrasts between ancient traditions and modern habits, between the sacred and profane, meet in this astonishing and rather disturbing documentary. Winner: Award for Best Film (Horizons section), Venice International Film Festival 2016. Quebec Premiere.

DRIB (Norway—Dir: Kristoffer Borgli): Between fact and fiction, a no-holds-barred satire of LA advertising culture: the story of an energy drink campaign gone wrong, told by Amir Asgharnejad, the performance artist and comedian who lived it all. An outlandishly fun film with a sharp head on its shoulders. Official Selection: SXSW 2017, CPH:DOX 2017, Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017. Canadian Premiere.

GEEK GIRLS (Canada—Dir: Gina Hara): Women inhabit a relatively hidden half of nerd culture—a world of cute dresses, professional gamers, fake names and death threats. Filmmaker Gina Hara struggles through unexpected resistance to discover and show their experiences. Official Selection: Sheffield Doc/Fest 2017. North America Premiere. Director in Attendance.

LET THERE BE LIGHT (Canada—Dir: Mila Aung-Thwin and Van Royko): What if we told you there is a way to build an artificial star on Earth? LET THERE BE LIGHT takes you to the outer limits of renewable energy and the future of mankind: nuclear fusion. A must-see for the “sci-” and the “sci-fi” minded alike. Official Selection: SXSW 2017, Hot Docs 2017. Quebec Premiere. Directors in Attendance.

LIBERATION DAY (Latvia-Norway-Slovenia—Dir: Ugis Olte and Morten Traavik): A chronicle of a surreal, subversive prank on a geopolitical scale as Slovenian industrial provocateurs Laibach become the first Western rock band to gig in the fortress state of North Korea. LIBERATION DAY captures many perfect moments of dark mirth and discomforting tension. But it also challenges our media-fed misconceptions with rare insights into North Korea. Official Slection: Trieste Film Festival 2017, Göteborg Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere.

TOKYO IDOLS (UK/Canada–Dir: Kyoko Miyake): Idols and their pop music permeate every moment of Japanese life. Following an aspiring pop singer and her fans, TOKYO IDOLS explores a cultural phenomenon driven by an obsession with young female sexuality, and the growing disconnect between men and women in hyper-modern societies. Official Selection: Sundance 2017, DOXA 2017. Quebec Premiere. Director in Attendance.

Showing in the Fantasia Underground section:

ASSHOLES (U.S.—Dir: Peter Vack): Adah and Aaron are recovering addicts who are struggling to stay sober. After meeting in their psychoanalyst’s waiting room, they fall in love, relapse on poppers, and become the biggest assholes in New York City. Described by one reviewer as “SALO and THE SQUID AND THE WHALE”, ASSHOLES literally explodes with bodily fluids and extreme behavior as the couple explore and magnify each other’s impulses. The feature directorial debut of actor Peter Vack (M.F.A., CBGB, LACE CRATOR), ASSHOLES stars the filmmaker’s own sister, their parents, even his therapist, and it takes absolutely no prisoners. Winner: Adam Yauch Hörnblowér Award, SXSW 2017. Director in Attendance.

BAD BLACK (Uganda—Dir: IGG Nabwana): Fantasia’s 2015 screening of I.G.G. Nabwana’s WHO KILLED CAPITAIN ALEX marked the first time a Wakaliwood film had ever been shown at a film festival. Nabwana’s follow-up, BAD BLACK, a whiplashing ride between social realism and pure DIY brain-melting entertainment, has been tearing up the fest circuit over the past 10 months, and we’re extremely excited to be bringing it to Canada. Wakaliwood filmmaking is an experience like no other. A return to the origin of cinema, like watching a film for the very first time. Winner: Audience Award (Best Film) + Jury Award (Best Action Director), Fantastic Fest 2016. Canadian Premiere.

INDIANA (U.S.—Dir: Toni Comas): The feature debut of BAG BOY LOVER BOY co-writer Toni Comas, this superb supernatural drama about spirit doctors in the American Midwest haunts with a seemingly simple story that unwinds with skillful complexity and compelling characters. Harking back to a time when independent cinema meant regional cinema, the film makes Indiana itself its focus—the people who live there, the quiet lives they inhabit and the beliefs that drive them. Canadian Premiere. Director in Attendance.

POOR AGNES (Canada—Dir: Navin Ramaswaran): Ambitious, cunning and narcissistic, Agnes (Lora Burke) is a serial killer, hiding in plain sight within a rural town while defining her own systems of sport and romance. A uniquely peculiar suspense film with slow, thoughtful dialogue that moves between victimization and control as it delves into the subjective experience of a probable sociopath. POOR AGNES is a driven and endearing effort that doesn’t pander to audiences, and both Agnes and plot alike are utterly unpredictable. World Premiere. Director in Attendance.

Other newly announced titles include:

ANOTHER WOLFCOP (Canada—Dir: Lowell Dean): The question of ANOTHER WOLFCOP making its way to Fantasia 2017 was never in doubt, and we’re proud to be hosting the Canadian premiere of this most Canadian of movies. ANOTHER WOLFCOP takes everything that was fun about the first movie and amps it up big time, making this a rare sequel that outdoes the original. The laughs are bigger, the violence is bloodier and the tone is more outrageous. Official Selection: Absurde Seance Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere. Director and Cast in Attendance.

BETTER WATCH OUT (Australia—Dir: Chris Peckover): Dreaming of a red Christmas? Like the idea of a homicidal HOME ALONE? Enjoy both plots and knives that twist? Of course, you do, which is why you’re gonna love BETTER WATCH OUT (a.k.a. SAFE NEIGHBORHOOD), the latest from Chris Peckover (writer/director of UNDOCUMENTED). Official Selection: Fantastic Fest 2016. Quebec Premiere. Director in Attendance.

DEATH LINE (UK—Dir: Gary Sherman): A clear precursor to Tobe Hooper’s TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE, DEATH LINE sports a solid performance by the great Donald Pleasence and a cameo by Christopher Lee. Celebrating its 45th anniversary this year, Sherman’s masterpiece hasn’t lost an ounce of its power. It’s a strange, gory, socially aware and often blackly funny tale of the fringe-dwelling “have-nots” rising up to feast on the “haves” and it’s ready for a new generation of thoughtful fright fans to discover. Our screening of the new 2K restoration of the original director’s cut will be hosted by director Gary Sherman and legendary exploitation filmmaker/Blue Underground CEO William Lustig, who shepherded the film’s restoration.

DEATH NOTE: LIGHT UP THE NEW WORLD (Japan—Dir: Shinsuke Sato): The pen is mightier than the sword. At least, when you have a Death Note at hand. The wry and philosophical Japanese horror-thriller series returns under the masterful direction of Shinsuke Sato (GANTZ, I AM A HERO)! Ten years after Light Yagami’s death, the book is back in an edition of six copies this time, courtesy of the Shinigami King himself. Bodies will pile up! Official Selection, Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival. Canadian Premiere.

EXTRAORDINARY MISSION (Hong Kong/China—Dir: Alan Mak and Anthony Pun): Undercover agents and gangsters collide in a roaring rush of intense twists and turns deep in the drug world of the Golden Triangle. From the creative team of the INFERNAL AFFAIRS trilogy. Official Selection: Udine Far East Film Festival 2017, East Wind Film Festival 2017. Quebec Premiere.

FABRICATED CITY (South Korea—Dir: Park Kwang-hyun): In the virtual world, Kwon Yu is a fearless leader, but IRL he’s an unemployed loser. When framed for a crime he didn’t commit, the gamer must rise to the task and prove his innocence. A high-budget, action-packed techno-thriller. Official Selection: Udine Far East Film Festival 2017, New York Asian Film Festival 2017. Québec Premiere.

FASHIONISTA (U.S./UK—Dir: Simon Rumley): At long last, it’s the return of one of Fantasia’s favorite sons, British provocateur Simon Rumley (THE LIVING AND THE DEAD, RED WHITE & BLUE), and it’s been worth the wait. Taking his inspiration from the work of another British master, Nicholas Roeg, Rumley spins a psychologically thrilling exercise in the loss of the mind and the soul in favor of the latest thing. He’s aided in no small part by star Amanda Fuller, reuniting with Rumley and delivering one of the best performances you’ll see this year. A vivid and mind-altering experience in bravura filmmaking. Official Selection: Fantastic Fest 2016, Sydney International Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere. Director in Attendance.

THE FINAL MASTER (China—Dir: Xu Haofeng): Director Xu Haofeng astonished Fantasia audiences with THE SWORD IDENTITY and last year’s JUDGE ARCHER. Xu is a truly unique martial arts auteur who returns to freshly shake up the kung fu genre again about kung fu masters in the tragicomedy THE FINAL MASTER. Winner of Best Action Choreography—Golden Horse Awards.

FRITZ LANG (Germany—Dir: Gordian Maugg): Far from the conventional biopic, FRITZ LANG is part fan-fiction, speculation and biography: what if Lang was the hero of one of his own films? This is a whirlwind of images where past and present collide, exploring the myth, rather than the man—a composite image of an elusive director, in the days leading to the creation of the masterpiece, M. Winner: Best Feature Film, Hessen Film and Cinema Awards 2016. Canadian Premiere.

GOD OF WAR (Hong Kong/China—Dir: Gordon Chan): A brilliant young general confronts an army of wily Japanese pirates in Ming-Dynasty China—an extra-large-scale battlefield epic with a cast of martial arts titans including the legendary Sammo Hung. From Gordon Chan, the director of many Hong Kong cinema classics including FIST OF LEGEND and BEAST COP! Quebec Premiere.

GOING TO BRAZIL (France/Brazil—Dir: Patrick Mille): Four childhood friends are reunited at a wedding in Rio. But when they accidentally kill a young man during a party that gets out of hand, they are forced to flee the city in a crazy adventure. GOING TO BRAZIL is a corrosively energetic film that stands out from your typical French comedies. Official Selection: SXSW 2017. Canadian Premiere.

GURGAON (India—Dir: Shanker Raman): An ominous noir crime thriller, Shankar Raman’s debut film GURGAON explores corruption, jealousy, and toxic sibling rivalry within a wealthy family living in the titular city in Northern India. Through clashes between blood relations and bloodshed, the film is a story of having it all and wanting none of it. Quebec Premiere.

THE H-MAN (Japan—Dir: Ishiro Honda): Jellylike atomic goblins haunt the rainy Tokyo streets involving gangsters and cops! Director Ishiro Honda (GODZILLA) steps out of his comfort zone to yield a unique genre-blending gem. Presented in glorious 35mm and preceded by a special career overview of the extraordinary cinematic master Ishiro Honda by Ed Godziszewski (co-author of ISHIRO HONDA—A LIFE IN FILM, FROM GODZILLA TO KUROSAWA).

HOUSE OF THE DISAPPEARED (South Korea—Dir: Lim Dae-woong): One loud stormy night, Mi-hee wakes up to find her dying husband in the basement and see her son disappear before her eyes. Many years later, she returns to this house to solve the mystery. International star Kim Yujin (the LOST series) shines in this creepy atmospheric remake of THE HOUSE AT THE END OF TIME (which Fantasia helped launch in 2015). Official Selection: Udine Far East Film Festival. North American Premiere.

INNOCENT CURSE (Japan—Dir: Takashi Shimizu): A child’s scream pierces the quietude of a Japanese suburb—and the nightmare begins. A funhouse too atmospheric and scary to resist, from Japan’s living legend of horror, Takashi Shimizu (JU-ON, MAREBITO)! Official Selection: Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival 2017, Shanghai International Film Festival 2017. North American Premiere.

JAPANESE GIRLS NEVER DIE (Japan—Dir: Daigo Matsui): One day, Haruko Azumi (Yu Aoi) disappears and becomes a legend. A proudly experimental, kaleidoscopic and pop-art portrait of the female condition in Japan. Official Selection: Tokyo International Film Festival 2017, Rotterdam 2017, TIFF Next Wave Festival 2017. Quebec Premiere.

KILLS ON WHEELS (Hungary—Dir: Attila Till): A wheelchair-bound hitman is assisted by a pair of disabled teenage aspiring comic artists. One part crime genre piece, one part absorbing character study and one part total original. It’s movies like this that Fantasia was created for. Winner: Roger Ebert Award, Chicago International Film Festival 2016; Best Feature and Best Actors, Thessaloniki International Film Festival 2016. Canadian Premiere.

LOVE AND OTHER CULTS (Japan—Dir: Eiji Uchida): An unexpected love story, and an exploration of the seedy, unexplored corners of Japanese society and youthful regional reality—from cults to gangs to idols! Official Selection: Udine Far East Film Festival 2017, New York Asian Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere.

MADE IN HONG KONG (Hong Kong—Dir: Fruit Chan): A gorgeous and essential 4K restoration of Fruit Chan’s youthful gangster classic, commissioned by the Udine Far East Film Festival to commemorate the 20 years of the Hong Kong handover. Winner: Best Picture Award, Hong Kong Film Awards 1998. Official Selection: Locarno International Film Festival 1997. Quebec Premiere.

LE MANOIR (France—Dir: Tony T. Datis): A bunch of friends, live wires and web addicts decide to celebrate the New Year in an isolated manor house with no coverage: a big first for them! But as soon as they arrive, strange occurrences disturb the festive atmosphere, and the party turns into a murderous nightmare. The feature debut from celebrated music video director Datis (Skrillex’s “Bangarang” and Katy Perry’s “Wide Awake”), LE MANOIR is a well-crafted horror/comedy that isn’t afraid of opening up incendiary floodgates, and is sure to leave no viewer indifferent. Plus, in a risky feat that completely works, Datis cast his film with YouTube stars. Come discover the immense talents of its web-based stars, who are fast on their way to conquering the big screen. International Premiere.

MUMON: THE LAND OF STEALTH (Japan—Dir: Yoshihiro Nakamura): Despite his playful attitude, Mumon is the most dangerous ninja of his ruthless clan of assassins, but when his actions triggers an all out war with the samurais of Ise, he might finally meet his match. With an incredible cast led by J-pop band Arashi’s frontman Satoshi Ohno and the masterful direction of Fantasia favourite Yoshihiro Nakamura (FISH STORY), this breathtaking over-the-top action-comedy will make you stealthily sneak back for more! Official Selection: Shanghai International Film Festival. Quebec Premiere.

THE NIGHT WATCHMEN (U.S.—Dir: Mitchell Altieri): Three inept night watchmen, aided by a young rookie and a fearless tabloid journalist, fight an epic battle to save their lives. A mistaken warehouse delivery unleashes a horde of hungry vampires, and these unlikely heroes must not only save themselves but also stop the scourge that threatens to take over the city of Baltimore. Winner: Best Horror Film, Garden State Film Festival 2017, Best Feature, New Jersey HorrorCon 2017. Canadian Premiere. Director and Cast in Attendance.

PREY (Netherlands—Dir: Dick Maas): From the legendary Dutch horror iconoclast who brought you THE LIFT, AMSTERDAMNED, DOWN and SAINT comes this jaw-dropping horror thriller about a bloodthirsty lion stalking the streets (and metro trains!) of Amsterdam. Official Selection: Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival 2017, Overlook Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere. Director in Attendance.

RAGE (Japan—Dir: Lee Sang-il): A double homicide shakes the nation, and its perpetrator has eluded capture. Meanwhile, three strangers make an appearance. A phenomenal crime thriller about isolation and how we perceive others. Official Selection: Toronto International Film Festival 2016, San Sebastian Film Festival 2016, Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2016. Quebec Premiere.

THE SHERIFF IN TOWN (South Korea—Dir: Kim Hyung-joo): When former hardboiled big-city cop Dae-ho (BIG MATCH’s Lee Sung-min) appoints himself the “sheriff” of the coastal village where he owns a humble restaurant, he has no idea how deep in trouble this is going to get him. Laughs, suspense and excitement are on the menu of this entertaining crime comedy where civic pride becomes wildly uncivil! North American Premiere.

SHOCK WAVE (Hong Kong—Dir: Herman Yau): One of HK’s most prolific yet controversial filmmakers, Herman Yau (THE UNTOLD STORY, EBOLA SYNDROME, IP MAN:THE FINAL FIGHT), reunites with the award-winning Andy Lau playing a bomb specialist in this high-octane thriller wired with enough explosive twists ready to detonate at every turn. Official Selection: Udine Far East Film Festival 2017. Quebec Premiere.

S.U.M.1 (Germany—Dir: Christian Pasquariello): A solitary soldier (Iwan Rheon of GAME OF THRONES) mans a watchtower, guarding against mysterious aliens in this eerie exercise in high-tech tension and primeval paranoia. Produced by Christian Alvart (PANDORUM, ANTIBODIES). Official Selection: Shanghai International Film Festival 2017 (Panorama). North American Premiere.

A THOUSAND JUNKIES (U.S.—Dir: Tommy Swerdlow): A “drug movie” with no drugs, and a “road movie” that goes nowhere, A THOUSAND JUNKIES is a dark, visceral comedy about the 9-to-5 job of being a junkie, and the strange bonds that are formed between addicts. Screenwriter of COOL RUNNINGS, SNOW DOGS and LITTLE GIANTS, Tommy Swerdlow makes his directorial debut with a personal story, something miles away from his family-oriented comedies past, based on the three leads’ own experiences with addiction. Official Selection: Tribeca Film Festival 2016. Canadian Premiere.

TIGER GIRL (Germany—Dir: Jakob Lass): Escalating criminal mischief convinces wild girl Tiger that she’s made the wrong friend in seemingly straight-laced Vanilla, but will she survive long enough to learn her lesson? An unpredictable ride through modern-day Berlin, TIGER GIRL showcases brilliant rising talents in leads Maria Dragus (GRADUATION) and Ella Rumpf (cementing her place as a major new star after her acclaimed work in RAW), who deliver a pair of unforgettable performances that make TIGER GIRL incredibly fresh and exciting. Official Selection: Berlinale 2017. North American Premiere.

TILT (U.S.—Dir: Kasra Farahani): A filmmaker becomes unhinged and erratic, and begins to give in to madness. A spellbinding psychological horror film made for a time when love, sadly, does not trump fear or hate. TILT explores how quickly the most familiar person in your life can become the most terrifying, and how quickly we can become terrifying to ourselves. Official Selection: Tribeca Film Festival 2017. Canadian Premiere.

TOKYO GHOUL (Japan—Dir: Kentaro Hagiwara): Ghouls live among us, look like us, talk like us…and eat us. TOKYO GHOUL is the live-action adaptation of the immensely popular urban-horror manga by Sui Ishida, a gruesome yet pensive dark fantasy in the same sinister zone as DEATH NOTE and PARASYTE. Official Selection: Bucheon International Fantastic Film Festival. Canadian Premiere.

There will also be a number of free events, including: PAPERBACKS FROM HELL, a presentation by Grady Hendrix (HORRORSTÖR, MY BEST FRIEND’S EXORCISM) about the wild and crazy world of 1970s and ‘80s horror paperbacks; the world premiere launch of LOST GIRLS: THE PHANTASMAGORICAL CINEMA OF JEAN ROLLIN, a collection of essays on the films of the legendary French director by all-women critics, scholars and film historians, edited by Samm Deighan; SPECTRUMFEST: FILMS FROM THE AUTISM SPECTRUM; featuring shorts produced by autistic young people with an emphasis on genre subjects; UNTOLD HORROR LIVE: GENRE REBELS IN DEVELOPMENT HELL, a multimedia presentation hosted by Dave Alexander, focusing on unrealized movie projects by the likes of William Lustig, Richard Stanley, Gary Sherman, Larry Fessenden and Buddy Giovinazzo.

Ne manquez pas notre couverture du Festival Fantasia, qui se déroulera du 13 juillet au 2 août 2017. Pour plus de détails, consultez le site web du festival.

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