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Disrupting the Social Order – Retrospective


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Kazik Radwinski


Duration: 75 minutes

Best Canadian Film – Toronto Critics Awards

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Disrupting the Social Order
April 14 to May 31

In 2009, Kazik Radwanski co-founded the Toronto-based production company MDFF. To date, he has made three feature films and six shorts, revealing his talent as one of English Canada’s most compelling independent filmmakers. His films have been selected for major festivals – Berlin, Locarno, NYFF, TIFF – and praised by critics for their formal refinement, sardonic humour and intriguing nature. He works with microbudgets, maintains a loose relationship with the script, and makes editing central to his artistic approach. He is often compared to filmmakers such as John Cassavetes and the Dardenne brothers because of his naturalistic aesthetic, outsider characters and non-professional actors.

The Kazik Radwanski retrospective is co-presented by 24 images, thanks to the support of the Conseil des arts de Montréal.

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Our passionate team believes in the future of cinema. We are driven by a desire to create a new space where films, artists and audiences meet. Cinéma Public humanizes the moviegoing experience with appealing and stimulating events and a carefully curated film program.


Team

Roxanne Sayegh
Co-director

Aude Renaud-Lorrain
Co-director

Anne-Julie Lalande
Communications and ticketing coordinator

Béatrice Langlois-Bettez
Technical coordinator

Amélie Saffré
Philanthropic development

Board of Directors

Nadine Medawar, Luc Déry, Jean-Marc Krupa, Robert Yalden, Roxanne Sayegh and Tao Fei

Institutional Partners

Cinéma Public thanks its institutional partners: the Secrétariat à la région métropolitaine of the Ministère des Affaires municipales et de l’Habitation via the Fonds d’initiative et de rayonnement de la métropole, the Conseil des arts de Montréal, the SODEC, Telefilm Canada and the Department of Canadian Heritage.


Why support us?

Every donation helps. By giving, you make it possible for us to present unique works and host memorable events for all audiences. Join our community of passionate movie lovers!

We would like to thank the Conseil des arts de Montréal for its support through the fiscal sponsorship program, which allows us to produce and promote our activities. The Conseil des arts de Montréal will issue tax receipts for donations of $100 or more.