2015 Competition

Short Film and KINO Competitions

The Cinémental team launches the 24th edition of its festival under the theme “It’s time …”. We invite you to submit your French language film of less than 10 minutes to the Short Film competition or to register a team to participate in the Kino event.

The screening of short films and films from the Kino competition will be held in Winnipeg on Sunday, October 18 at 1 pm at the Centre culturel franco-manitobain.

Read the press release: communique-2015 (in French, PDF format)

See the list of films selected for the competition (page in French only)

2014 Winners


Victor Perrin

Miguel Gauthier, director

Documentary, Duration: 2:33

Diagnosed with the Lou Gehrig Disease, Victor Perrin shares his perspective on life, friendship and family

In French


Sophie Dumontier – director

Animation, Duration: 1:50

A young girl forces her little brother to go with her on a rollercoaster ride, without realizing the consequences.

In French


Demain et l’autre d’après (Tomorrow and the day after)

Francis Lacelle – director

Fiction, Duration: 7:13, Production : INIS

A winter day like any other day, Gabriel hopes to change the course of his life by seeking out what is dearest to him.

With English Subtitles


Isabelle A. Girard – director

Fiction, Duration: 5:00

A woman damaged by life writes her suicide letter in a motel room. Then her husband arrives…



Je refuse de voir la vie en noir

Amine Ellatify – director, with: Kalidou Sané

Drama, Duration: 1:48

A young man finds himself alone after losing his family in a house fire, but refuses to cope with it in a negative way.

In French

Je t’ai vu

Dominique Nadeau – director, Mohamed Rakbi – camera, with: Dominique Nadeau, Sara Barnabé

Drama, Duration: 2:22

While walking back to her home, a student is startled by the unusual feeling of being followed.

In French