Takumi (Hitoshi Omika) et sa fille Hana (Ryô Nishikawa) se promènent en forêt dans une scène du film Le mal n'existe pas

Cinéma Public,
because film is vital

In theatre at Casa d’Italia Outdoor at the Livart
Adam à l'école dans une scène du film Adam change lentement

When Adam Changes

Adam is a teenager with the strange distinction of having a body that changes according to the mockery and negative comments he receives from those around him.

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Pierre Hébert à l'oeuvre dans une scène du film Graver l'homme : arrêt sur Pierre Hébert.

Scratches of Life: The Art of Pierre Hébert

This documentary guides us through the inspiring, poetic labyrinth that is the life and work of this celebrated animation filmmaker.

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Une jeune fille Atikamekw  dans une voiture dans une scène du film Soleils Atikamekw

Soleils Atikamekw

Manawan, 1977. A vehicle falls into a river near a Native community. Two Quebecers escape, but five Atikamekws lose their lives. While the police conclude that it was an accident, the victims’ families are left with unanswered questions.

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Tony Leung dans une scène du film Chungking Express.

Outdoor screenings

Bleu soir: discover our programming

What’s summer without Bleu soir? This year’s season of outdoor screenings will run from June 23 to August 29. During this period, we’ll be showing films under the stars in the Livart‘s inner courtyard, from Monday to Thursday. With a ‘bring your own wine’ formula, there’s no need to choose between the call of the terrace and that of the cinema!


Une scène en costumes d'époque dans le film Caffè Italia Montréal de Paul Tana

In theatre

From Italy to Montreal

In partnership with Istituto Italiano di Cultura and Tënk, Cinéma Public presents three feature-length films by Italian-Quebec filmmakers who, in their own way, reflect on the memory and heritage of a community that has been at the very heart of the development of our beloved metropolis.


Des spectateurs participent à une discussion suite à une projection de film, dans le cadre du projet Ensemble au cinéma du Cinéma Public.

Ensemble au cinéma

Over 4,000 participants!

Through the “Ensemble au cinéma” cultural mediation project, we are pursuing an objective that is close to our hearts: to make the cinema a place where people can live together, where the experience of films is lived, shared and developed through exchange and discussion.

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Cinéma Public,
a cinema on the move