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2012 | 95 min | Narrative Feature
Directed by: Anaïs Barbeau-LavaletteCanada, France
Cast & Credits
Producers: Luce Déry, Kim McCraw
Cast: Evelyne Brochu, Sabrina Ouazani, Yousef Sweid, Sivan Levy, Carlo Brandt, Marie-Thérèse Frotin
From team behind INCENDIES and MONSIEUR LAZHAR (Oscar® nominees, Best Foreign Language Film) comes director Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette’s powerful drama INCH’ALAH. A stranger in a strange land, Chloe is a young Quebec doctor who lives on the Israeli side of the West Bank and works at a refugee camp on the Palestinian side. In her unique and politically fraught position, she befriends civilians on both sides of the border. Between checkpoints and stray bullets Chloe learns about war as she becomes torn between the two sides of the conflict. Don’t miss this provocative and masterful film.
About the Director
Since 2000, Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette has directed several documentaries: Les Petits Princes des bidonville, Les Mains du Monde, Si j’avais un Chapeau, Tap-Tap. In 2002, she represented Canada at the Odyssée du volontatriat, which leads her around the world to direct short documentaries. In 2007, she directed the feature film The Ring, selected at the Pusan and Berlin Film Festivals in 2008 and winner of several international awards: Grand Jury Award at the Taipei Film Festival, Best Director at the Miradas of Madrid, Special Jury Award and Best actor at the Vladivostok Film Festival. In 2009, her documentary Little Giants, (co-directed with Émile Proulx-Cloutier), is presented as the closing night film at the Rendez-vous du cinéma Québécois and won, in 2010, the Gemini Award for Best Documentary - Culture. In 2010, she directed the documentary Remembering the ashes on the set of the film Incendies by Denis Villeneuve. Inch’Allah is her second feature film.
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