Wednesday, October 11, 2017

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Trench 11

Trench 11

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US Premiere
Showtime: 
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 7:00pm
Run Time: 
1 hour 31 mins
Country: 
Canada
Synopsis: 
Northern France, 1918. Canadian tunneller ABRAHM BERTON (Rossif Sutherland) specializes in tunneling under enemy lines and exploding their trenches from below. It’s brutal, claustrophobic work – even more deadly than life above ground in the trenches. As World War One approaches its bloody conclusion, Berton allows himself the luxury of dreaming about a life after war with his French fiancé, VERONIQUE (Karine Vanasse). Berton’s superiors CAPTAIN JENNINGS (Ted Atherton) and DR. PRIEST (Charlie Carrick) have other plans. They need his unique expertise to lead a team of Allies below ‘Trench 11’ inside a secret underground German base they suspect to be the home of REINER’s (Robert Stadlober) weapon laboratory. World War One was a violent era for the development of lethal force. ‘Mustard gas’ and the machine gun were both invented during these unforgiving years. Reiner has lost control of a highly contagious biological weapon – a parasite which was intended to destroy Allied livestock, but has an even more profane effect on humans. Despite profound apathy towards his commanders and all forms of authority, Berton has to confront this sophisticated and profane evil to survive.
Directed by: 
Leo Scherman
Produced by: 
Producer: Tyler Levine Co-Producer: Phyllis Laing Co-Producer: Isaac Clements
Executive Producer(s): 
Martin Katz, Walter Gasparovic, Francois Dagenais, Devan Towers, Jeff Beesley, James Aitken, Anders Palm, Andrew Thomas Hunt, James Fler, Michael Paszt, Jane Tattersall, Peter Gibson
Written by: 
Matthew Booi, Leo Scherman
Main Cast: 
Rossif Sutherland, Robert Stadlober, Charlie Carrick, Shaun Benson, Karine Vanasse

About the Director

LEO SCHERMAN
LEO SCHERMAN trained under David Cronenberg and Paul Schrader and previously wrote and directed two feature films: the indie thrillers 'White Knuckles' and 'Never Forget'. Scherman has written and directed for NBC, Vice, History, Discovery and SyFy including two seasons of the hit series 'Scare Tactics'. Scherman has directed commercials for Expedia, McDonald’s and Gatorade and is co-creator of the Canadian Screen Award winning television series 'Cock'd Gunns'.

10/11/2017 - 7:00pm
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Alone

Alone

BASED ON THE COMIC BOOK «Alone»BY FABIEN VEHLMANN AND BRUNO GAZZOTTI

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Showtime: 
Wednesday, October 11, 2017 - 9:30pm
Run Time: 
1 hour 38 mins
Country: 
France
Synopsis: 
Leïlais 16. She wakes up late, like any other morning. Except that today, no one is here to tell her to get moving. Where are her parents? She gets on her bike and rides through the neighborhood: it's all empty. Everybody has disappeared. Thinking she's the sole survivor of an unexplained disaster, she eventually crosses ways with four other teenagers: Dodji, Yvan, Camille and Terry. Together they will try to understand what has happened and to learn to survive in a world that has become hostile... But are they really alone?
Directed by: 
David Moreau
Produced by: 
Abel Nahmias
Executive Producer(s): 
Aude Cathelin
Written by: 
David Moreau, Bruno Gazzotti, Guillaume, Fabien Vehlmann Moulin,
Main Cast: 
Sofia Lesaffre, Stéphane Bak, Jean-Stan Du Pac, Paul Scarfoglio, Kim Lockhart & Thomas Doret

About the Director

David MoreauI'm a big fan of fantasy, sci-fi and horror. Unfortunately these genres are hard to find in French films today. I directed a horror movie, ILS, in 2006. At that time, there were still some bold and courageous producers willing to embark on this kind of adventure. With a tiny budget, the movie did rather well, selling more than 250,000 tickets. A small wave of genre films (known as the French Fright) followed, but by 2010 it was dead because it rather failed commercially.It's a shame because France is as fond of this kind of movie as the next country.They just have a hard time projecting themselves into such universes within a French context and with French actors.

10/11/2017 - 9:30pm