July 21 at 8:30 pm - Cinéma du Musée
Films that pack a punch, to kick off three crazy weeks of the festival! A varied mix of the genres that are in Fantasia’s DNA: comedy, horror and fantasy!
July 22 at 8:45 PM - Cinéma du Musée
It's a tradition to share some of the best horror shorts from all over Quebec, with a diverse selection that will thrill you in every possible way!
July 23 at 8:30 PM - Cinéma du Musée
Our grooviest short films, the ones that will make your eardrums vibrate! Films that focus on sound concepts, the ones that put music first!
July 28 at 8:45 PM - Cinéma du Musée
A journey through singular worlds, dystopias, or alternative versions of our world. We're showcasing filmmakers who offer unique visions!
July 29 at 8:30 PM - Cinéma du Musée
Let us try, in this limited space, to demystify this mysterious title refering to humour, a process that provokes laughter. First of all, I intend to...
August 4 at 9PM - Cinéma du Musée
A rollercoaster of emotions, through stories rooted in our reality (or almost!), strong, memorable characters, tense moments, and grand drama
August 5 at 6:30PM - Cinéma du Musée
The bright flipside of our Strange Worlds program — madcap ideas that will surprise you, and above all make you holler, “come on, what were they thinking?”
In an isolated country house, a woman is haunted by a menacing presence. A minimalist, atmospheric horror film shot in superb black and white.
Max Funk and his gang of special agents set off on a dangerous mission to save the people of Earth from the infamous Prezinstein!
Ariane will have to face the limits of what she is willing to do in the name of justice. A real reflection of our current social climate.
Satanic machinations, school girls, and a deep secret make for a bloody battle of wits and survival!
A documentary painting a detailed portrait of fans of BDSM, fetishism and other forms of kink, that shed light on this discreet, often misrepresented community.
Transgender musician Samuel Leblanc crosses Acadia on a quest for identity that is as personal as it is cultural, in this hybrid documentary/musical.
TOUPIE ET BINOU is finally coming to the big screen! With the voices of Marc Labrèche, Anne Dorval, Xavier Dolan, Stéphane Rousseau and Geneviève Schmidt.