Films shot in Montreal

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  1. 23 Skidoo

    23 Skidoo (1965)


    23 Skidoo is a 1964 short experimental black-and-white film by Julian Biggs, produced by the National Film Board of Canada. Its central images are "eerie" and "disturbing" scenes of downtown Montreal devoid of people.

  2. 3 saisons

    3 saisons (2009)


    3 Seasons (French: 3 saisons) is a 2009 Canadian drama film directed by Jim Donovan.

  3. 300

    300 (2006)


    300 is a 2007 American fantasy war film based on the 1998 comic series of the same name by Frank Miller and Lynn Varley. Both are fictionalized retellings of the Battle of Thermopylae within the Persian Wars. The film was directed by Zack Snyder, while Miller served as executive producer and consultant. It was filmed mostly with a super-imposition chroma key technique, to help replicate the imagery of the original comic book.

  4. 90 Days

    90 Days (1985)


    90 Days is a Canadian comedy film, released in 1985. Directed by Giles Walker and written by Walker and David Wilson, the film stars Sam Grana and Stefan Wodoslawsky as Alex and Blue, two unlucky-in-love guys who are trying to find new girlfriends. The film also stars Fernanda Tavares as Laura, Alex's new love interest, and Christine Pak as Hyang-Sook, a Korean woman whom Blue is considering from a mail-order bride service.

  5. A Cargo to Africa

    A Cargo to Africa (2009)


    A Cargo to Africa (French: Un cargo pour l'Afrique) is a 2009 Canadian film directed by Roger Cantin.

  6. A Chairy Tale

    A Chairy Tale (1957)


    A Chairy Tale (French: Il était une chaise) is a 1957 stop-motion pixilation short film co-directed by Norman McLaren and Claude Jutra, and starring Jutra and a most uncooperative chair. The film humorously portrays Jutra's attempts to sit on the chair - and it on him - set to the music of Ravi Shankar and Chatur Lal.

  7. A Family Secret

    A Family Secret (2006)


    A Family Secret is a 2006 Canadian comedy-drama film. The French language title for the film is Le Secret de ma mère (My Mother's Secret).

  8. A Problem with Fear

    A Problem with Fear (2003)


    A Problem with Fear, or Laurie's Anxiety Confronting the Escalator is a 2003 absurdist comedy film by Canadian film-maker Gary Burns.

  9. A Walk on the Moon

    A Walk on the Moon (1999)


    A Walk on the Moon is a 1999 drama film starring Diane Lane, Viggo Mortensen, Liev Schreiber and Anna Paquin. The movie, which was set against the backdrop of the Woodstock festival of 1969 and the moon landing of that year, was distributed by Miramax Films.

  10. Adam's Wall

    Adam's Wall (2008)


    Adam's Wall is a Canadian film released in Montreal on October 17, 2008. The film is directed by Michael Mackenzie, who also co-wrote the film with Dana Schoel and produced by Ziad Touma of Couzin Films and by Olivier Sirois. The film's original music is composed by Benoît Charest.

  11. Afterglow

    Afterglow (1997)


    Afterglow is a 1997 feature film starring Nick Nolte, Julie Christie, Lara Flynn Boyle and Jonny Lee Miller. Alan Rudolph directed and wrote the script for the film. It was produced by Robert Altman and filmed in Montreal.

  12. Afterwards

    Afterwards (2008)


    Afterwards (French: Et après) is a 2008 English-language psychological thriller film directed by Gilles Bourdos and starring Romain Duris, John Malkovich and Evangeline Lilly. Based on Guillaume Musso's novel Et après..., the story tells of a workaholic lawyer who is told by a self-proclaimed visionary that he must try to prevent his imminent death. The film was shot in New York City, Montreal and various New Mexico locations over June–July 2007, and had a French release in January 2009.

  13. Agnes of God

    Agnes of God (1985)


    Agnes of God is a 1985 American film starring Jane Fonda, Anne Bancroft and Meg Tilly, about a novice nun who gives birth and insists that the dead child was the result of a virgin conception. A psychiatrist (Fonda) and the mother superior (Bancroft) of the convent clash during the resulting investigation. It was adapted by John Pielmeier from his own play of the same name, and directed by Norman Jewison. The film was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actress in a Leading Role (Bancroft), Best Actress in a Supporting Role (Tilly) and Best Music, Original Score.

  14. Antoine

    Antoine (2008)


    Antoine is an 82-minutes 2008 Canadian documentary film directed by Laura Bari. The film features a 5-year old blind kid named Antoine Houang. living in Montreal. It tells the real and imaginary life of Antoine, a boy detective who runs, drives, makes decisions, hosts radio shows and adores simultaneous telephone conversations. Over the course of two years, he uses a mini-boom microphone to discover and capture the sounds surrounding him. In this manner he also co-created the sound track of this film.

  15. Apartment 1303 3D

    Apartment 1303 3D (2012)


    Apartment 1303 3D is a 2012 horror film directed by Michael Taverna. The US-Canadian co-production is the English-language remake of the Japanese film of the same name. It is an adaptation of Japanese author Kei Ôishi's novel. The film stars Mischa Barton, Rebecca De Mornay and Julianne Michelle. The film officially went into production in Montreal in early November 2011. The film was released theatrically in Russia on December 6, 2012. In the United States, the film was released on the VOD platform on June 17, 2013, followed by a theatrical release on July 25, 2013.

  16. Barney's Version

    Barney's Version (2010)


    Barney's Version is a 2010 Canadian comedy-drama film directed by Richard J. Lewis, based on the novel of the same name by Mordecai Richler. The film was nominated for the Golden Lion at the 67th Venice International Film Festival.

  17. Batman & Robin

    Batman & Robin (1997)


    Batman & Robin is a 1997 American superhero film based on the DC Comics character Batman. It is the fourth and final film of Warner Bros.' initial Batman film series. The film was directed by Joel Schumacher and written by Akiva Goldsman. It stars George Clooney, Chris O'Donnell, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Uma Thurman, and Alicia Silverstone. Batman & Robin tells the story of the Dynamic Duo as they attempt to prevent Mr. Freeze and Poison Ivy from freezing all mankind to death and repopulating the earth with mutant plants, while at the same time struggling to keep their partnership together. This is also the only film appearance of Batgirl, who unexpectedly helps the title characters win in the end.

  18. Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000

    Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000 (2000)


    Battlefield Earth (also referred to as Battlefield Earth: A Saga of the Year 3000) is a 2000 American dystopian science fiction action film based upon the first half of L. Ron Hubbard's 1982 novel of the same name. Directed by Roger Christian and starring John Travolta, Barry Pepper and Forest Whitaker, the film depicts an Earth that has been under the rule of the alien Psychlos for 1,000 years and tells the story of the rebellion that develops when the Psychlos attempt to use the surviving humans as gold miners.

  19. Beastly

    Beastly (2011)


    Beastly is a 2011 romantic fantasy drama film loosely based on Alex Flinn's 2007 novel of the same name. It is a retelling of the fairytale Beauty and the Beast and is set in modern-day New York City. The film was written and directed by Daniel Barnz and stars Vanessa Hudgens and Alex Pettyfer.

  20. Being at Home with Claude

    Being at Home with Claude (1992)


    Being at Home with Claude is a 1992 Canadian drama film directed by Jean Beaudin and based on the play by René-Daniel Dubois.

  21. Being Osama

    Being Osama (2004)


    Being Osama is an award-winning documentary produced in 2004 by Tim Schwab and Mahmoud Kaabour. Director Mahmoud Kaabour is the founder and managing director of Veritas Films, now based in the United Arab Emirates. Co-director Tim Schwab is an Associate Professor of film at Concordia University.

  22. Beloved

    Beloved (2011)


    Beloved (French: Les Bien-aimés) is a 2011 French film written and directed by Christophe Honoré, starring Catherine Deneuve, Miloš Forman, Ludivine Sagnier, Louis Garrel, Paul Schneider, Michel Delpech and Chiara Mastroianni. The story is set in the 1960s through the 2000s in Paris, Rheims, Montreal, Prague and London. While not a musical, the characters use musical 'narration' and 'dialogues' throughout the film.

  23. Blades of Glory

    Blades of Glory (2007)


    Blades of Glory is a 2007 American comedy film directed by Will Speck and Josh Gordon, and starring Will Ferrell and Jon Heder. The movie was produced by MTV Films, Red Hour and Smart Entertainment and released on March 29, 2007 by DreamWorks Pictures.

  24. Bluff

    Bluff (2007)


    Bluff is a 2007 Canadian comedy film. It was directed, written and produced by Simon Olivier Fecteau and Marc-André Lavoie.

  25. Bon Cop, Bad Cop

    Bon Cop, Bad Cop (2006)


    Bon Cop, Bad Cop is a 2006 Canadian dark comedy-thriller buddy cop film about an Ontarian and a Québécois police officer who reluctantly join forces. The dialogue is a mixture of English and French. The title is a translation word play on the phrase "Good cop/bad cop".

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