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FM Youth DVD

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FM Youth

A feature film by Stéphane Oystryk
16:9 | Drama | HD | Colour | October 2014

French and English with your choice of French or English subtitles (when the opposite language is being spoken)

BONUS FEATURES

Includes 3 short films: FM Youth (Short Film) | 177, boulevard Dollard | Sous le signe de la croix

Includes a download code that can be redeemed for a free HD (1080p) version of the film as well as unlimited streaming

ABOUT THE FILM

<<English below>>

Saint-Boniface, le quartier francophone de Winnipeg où tout le monde se connait, les rumeurs circulent librement, les jeunes ne trouvent pas leur place et le français se mélange à l’anglais. Natasha et Charlotte ont de grands rêves. C’est décidé. Demain, elles quitteront leur petite commununauté francophone de l’Ouest canadien pour la grande métropole de Montréal. C’est une séparation qui est difficile à vivre pour Alexis, leur meilleur ami. Ce soir, le trio fait la fête une dernière fois dans leur quartier. FM Youth présente un franc regard sur la jeunesse francophone de l’Ouest canadien.

FM Youth a été nominé pour un prix du Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois (Meilleur film franco-canadien – 2015), un Windy Award (Stéphane Oystryk – Réalisateur: Premier long métrage – 2016), un Western Canadian Music Award (Graham Epp – Composeur pour médias visuels de l’année – 2016) et un Prix du livre du Manitoba (Prix littéraire Rue-Deschambault pour la fiction francophone – 2016) pour le ciné-roman qui est paru aux Éditions du Blé.

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Saint-Boniface, the French Quarter of Winnipeg, where everyone knows each other, the rumour mills work overtime, young people can’t figure out where they belong and French mixes with English. Natasha and Charlotte have big dreams. They’ve already decided. Tomorrow, they’re leaving their little Western Canadian francophone community for the great metropolis of Montreal. It’s a tough pill to swallow for their best friend Alexis. Tonight, the trio parties one last time in their neighbourhood. FM Youth is a look at being young and French in Western Canada.

FM Youth was nominated for a Rendez-vous du cinéma québécois award (Best French-Canadian Film (outside of Québec) – 2015), a Windy Award (Stéphane Oystryk – Director: First Feature Length Film – 2016), a Western Canadian Music Award (Graham Epp – Visual Media Composer of the Year – 2016) and a Manitoba Book Award (Rue-Deschambault Literary Prize for best francophone fiction – 2016) for the published version of the script from Éditions du Blé.

ABOUT THE FILMMAKER

Stéphane Oystryk est un cinéaste de Winnipeg, Manitoba, qui a étudié le cinéma à l’Université du Manitoba. FM Youth, son premier long métrage, a eu sa première en octobre 2014. Il a aussi réalisé plusieurs courts métrages ainsi que des capsules pour la télévision. Son sujet principal c’est le quartier français de Winnipeg, Saint-Boniface, et la communauté francophone du Manitoba.

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Stéphane Oystryk is a filmmaker from Winnipeg, Manitoba, who studied film at the University of Manitoba. FM Youth, his first feature film, was released in October of 2014. He has also directed several short films and television segments. His main subject is Winnipeg’s French Quarter, St. Boniface, and Manitoba’s francophone community.

Watch the trailer!

BUY THE DVD FOR HOME USE – $20

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BUY THE DVD FOR SINGLE SITE USE – $65
(includes K-12 and Public Libraries)

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BUY THE DVD FOR COMMUNITY USE – $125

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BUY THE DVD FOR INSTITUTIONAL USE – $285

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For more information or if you have any questions or special requests please contact the Distribution Director, Monica Lowe: +1 (204) 925-3456 ext. 103 / monica@winnipegfilmgroup.com

 

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