THURSDAY, JUNE 9 | 5657 NORTH STREET | 9PM | 63 MINUTES | BUY TICKETS | BUY FESTIVAL PASSES
Shorts | Drama | Canada
Montreal filmmaker Marie-Ève Juste is one of Canada’s most exciting new cinematic voices. With a subtle and sophisticated style her characters explore race, gender and modern life. HIFF presents her complete short works and an in-depth conversation with the artist in attendance.
SUMMER DAY | 15 minutes | 2011
WITH JEFF | 15 minutes | 2012
THE SANDS | 22 minutes | 2014
A NEW YEAR | 11 minutes | 2015
Marie-Ève Juste worked at the Cinémathèque Québécoise between 2003 and 2007, where she first got familiar with cinema history and practice. In 2011, she co-directed her first short film, Summer Day, with Félix Dufour-Laperrière. With Jeff, her second short film, premiered at Cannes’ 2012 Director’s Fortnight. Marie-Ève is an alumnus of the TIFF Talent Lab and three of her short films have screened at the festival.
A Q+A with Marie-Ève Juste will follow the screening.