Il pleuvait des oiseaux, Nosferatu and Titanic featured at this year’s Quebec City Film Festival

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Photo: Quebec City Film Festival

Il pleuvait des oiseaux, a French-Canadian film by Louise Archambault about three elderly hermits who live in the woods, cut off from the rest of the world, is the feature movie for the red-carpet opening night of the Quebec City Film Festival.

The Quebec City Film Festival (QCFF) is all about movie magic: red carpets, premières, contests, lectures and movies outdoors.

From Sept. 12 to 21, lovers of the cinema can see over 200 cult classics, fan favourites and novelties, many of them free of charge, in a variety of locations around town.