Saint-Belmont

Saint-Belmont

Directed by Renaud Plante

Genre Fiction
Country Quebec
Year 2011
Length 24 min
Formats DVD, HDCAM
Sound Stereo
Version Original French version, English subtitles

Synopsis

A formerly modest neighborhood, St. Belmont, is changing. But as the recent appearance of prosperity, poverty and social injustice lurk in dark corners of this borough of Montreal. It is this reality that haunts Francis, a young lawyer of good family new owner of a condominium. Comfortably installed in front of his home theater equipment, Francois can’t even imagine the night he is about to experience. In the sky, a full autumn moon without forgiveness. In the streets, things starts moving silently

Themes

gentrification, horror

Biography



Distribution

Sébastien Huberdeau, Widemir Normil, Rosemarie Craig, Sylvie Potvin

Team

Production

Stellart Média

Script

Renaud Plante, Pierre-Louis Sanschagrin

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Benoît Beaulieu

PRODUCTION DESIGN

Nicolas Marsan, Mélanie Truchon

EDITING Mathieu Demers
Sound Bruno Pucella
Music Jonathan Cayer

Festivals

Festival de cinéma de la Ville de Québec
Les p’tites vues (Trois-Rivières)