Wednesday, April 5, 2017

Canada Now rocks the IFC Center starting Thursday!

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Let’s Get Ready to RUMBLE:
Canada Now rocks the IFC Center starting Thursday!

Eight new Canadian films wearing the laurel leaves of prestigious festival prizes from Cannes to Toronto to Sundance arrive in New York this Thursday to Sunday, as the IFC CENTER hosts CANADA NOW: BEST NEW FILMS FROM CANADA 2017.

It all kicks off (and kicks ass!) on Thursday, April 6, with the rocking documentary that was a sensation at Sundance, RUMBLE: THE INDIANS WHO ROCKED THE WORLD. Exploring the deep and powerful connections between Native American and African American musical forms, this film will have you hearing the sounds of America in a whole new way.

Spend your Friday night with two of Canada’s most accomplished and versatile directors: Ann Marie Fleming, whose animated bildungsroman WINDOW HORSES will transport you to Shiraz, Iran; and Anne Émond, whose sexy, stylish biopic NELLY explores the turbulent life of Nelly Arcan, Quebec’s electrifying doyenne of erotic literature.

On Saturday and Sunday you’ll see new works from Xavier Dolan (IT’S ONLY THE END OF THE WORLD), Bruce McDonald (WEIRDOS), Zacharias Kunk (SEARCHERS), and documentarian Nettie Wild (KONELINE: OUR LAND BEAUTIFUL), as well as a startling debut feature drama by newcomer, Kevan Funk (HELLO DESTROYER).
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