Fantasia Announces First Wave of Films For 26th Edition

The Fantasia International Film Festival will be roaring back into theatres to celebrate its 26th edition with a dynamic in-person program of screenings, workshops, and launch events running from July 14 through August 3, 2022. We’re proud to present these films in the mammoth Concordia Hall Cinema, with additional screens at the Cinémathèque Québécoise, Cinéma du Musée and the McCord Museum.

Fantasia Film Festival 2021 Review: Martyrs Lane

Martyrs Lane is a truly gorgeous film on every level. The story unfolds in such a perfect way and Kiera Thompson as Leah does just as much emotional heavy lifting as Gough. Writer/director Ruth Platt expertly shows the world through the eyes of a child in a genuine, non-pandering, way. This is a ghost story that not only delivers on the supernatural front, but on the emotional one as well.

Fantasia Film Festival 2021 Review: #Blue_Whale

Teenagers and the internet are a beast that no one has yet figured out how to tame and this easily lends itself to horror: both in real life and on the screen. With it’s world premiere at Fantasia Festival, #Blue_Whale explores how the internet can easily seduce unhappy teens into dangerous games.

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