"Quebec and Mexico have a successful relationship of over thirty years, and culture is a prime area for these exchanges. Quebec's choice as guest of honour of the festival is important because it offers Quebec artisans the opportunity to capture an audience and meet professionals in the Spanish-speaking world's film industry," said Minister Maka Kotto.
Over 60 films have been selected to screen at FICG. Among the films screening are Gabrielle by Louise Archambault; Inch'Allah by Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette; Le démantèlement (The Dismantling) by Sébastien Pilote; Rebelle (War Witch) by Kim Nguyen; Tom à la ferme (Tom at the Farm) by Xavier Dolan; Appel à l'anxiété générale! (Come Worry With Us!) by Helene Klodawsky; Ariel by Laura Bari; Hi-Ho Mistahey! by Alanis Obomsawin; and Pink Ribbons Inc. by Léa Pool. There will also be a retrospective of the works of Denis Coté and a celebration of the 10th anniversary of Wapikoni mobile.
The FICG will be held from March 21–30 in Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico.
Dramatic Feature Films
Animated Short Films
Denis Coté Retrospective
Wapikoni Mobile 10th Anniversary
Rétrospective offrant 15 courts métrages réalisés par de jeunes cinéastes autochtones du Québec.
Arts médiatiques : David K. Ross