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A Colony

Canada2019102minFictionDCPcolor

DirectorGeneviève DULUDE-DE CELLES

Mylia, a timid 12-year-old child, is about to leave her native countryside to begin high school. Lost in this new hostile environment, she copes as well as she can, sometimes awkwardly, dealing with the absurdities, discomforts and small victories of adolescence. Along the way she encounters Jimmy, a young indigenous outsider from the neighboring reserve, who will help her stand her ground and embrace who she really is.

 

Schedule

  • 2019-08-17

    16:30

    CGV Kangneung 3

    15 E GV Go

  • 2019-08-19

    19:30

    CGV Kangneung 3

    15 E Go

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Program Note

12-year-old Mylia lives in the outskirts of Quebec, Canada. Her parents’ divorce announcement puts her into chaos. She meets Jimmy, a young native from the reserve and tries to come out of the world she has known. This coming-of-age film also depicts the rampant racism in the white-centered society. As the winner of the Crystal Beat for best film in the Berlinale’s Generation Kplus, the film describes the process of confusion, overcoming, and awareness of the new world that every adolescent goes through in life.

Credit

  • ProducerFanny DREW
  • Cast Emilie BIERRE, Irlande CÔTÉ
  • Screenwriter Geneviève DULUDE-DE CELLES
  • Cinematography Léna MILL-REUILLARD
  • Music Mathieu CHARBONNEAU
  • Sound Marie-Pierre GRENIER

Director

  • Geneviève DULUDE-DE CELLES

    Her first short film The Cut won the Best International Short Film Award at the Sundance Film Festival. The following year, she released Welcome To F.L. that premiered at TIFF.