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Canada’s Top Ten: Black Conflux


Thu, Mar 19 / 9:30 pm
Fri, Mar 20 / 9 pm
Sat & Sun, Mar 21 & 22 / 5 pm
Tue, Mar 24 / 7 pm
Wed, Mar 25 / 9 pm
Thu, Mar 28 / 9:30 pm

Directed by Nicole Dorsey
2019, Canada, 100 min

Jackie, a teen in late-80s Newfoundland, is dealing with the trials of adolescence, friendship, dating, belonging vs. conforming. Dennis, a lonely outcast, struggles with increasingly dark fantasies. What will happen when their paths cross? Nicole Dorsey’s debut feature, remarkably nuanced, reinvents the coming-of-age movie, using the brooding magnificence of the landscape to breathtaking effect. Ella Ballentine, as the young Jackie looking to follow her own star, is a revelation. – Festival du Nouveau Cinema

Generously sponsored by TIFF & IATSE 856.


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Thu, Mar 19 / 9:30 pm, Fri, Mar 20 / 9 pm, Sat, Mar 21 / 5 pm, Sun, Mar 22 / 5 pm, Tue, Mar 24 / 7 pm, Wed, Mar 25 / 9 pm, Thu, Mar 28 / 9:30 pm


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