Quebec City Film Festival popping up near you

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Photo: FCVQ website

This mini movie theatre will be popping up in locations around town from August 23 to September 24. Rain or shine, bring the kids and come watch a short film while seated comfortably in the container.  

The sixth annual Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec (FCVQ) recently announced that its popular CinéPopUp is back for the third consecutive year, as part of the film festival that will take place in Quebec City from September 14 to 24.

Starting now, the mini movie theatre, which is set up in a small shipping container, can be found throughout the city until September 24. These tiny cinemas will allow movie lovers to view short films free of charge. Among them will be Moulures by Guillaume Monette which won the short film Grand Prix at last year’s FCVQ.

Don’t miss the first stops of the CinéPopUp at the Bibliothèque Monique-Corriveau (1100, route de l'Église) from August 23 to 28, Tuesday to Friday from 5 to 9 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

From August 26 to September 4, the mini movie theatre will be popping up in Old Quebec in the street in front of 77 Rue D’Auteuil. Hours and days vary. Visit the FCVQ website at www.fcvq.ca to discover the complete CinéPopUp schedule and the list of all movies being shown at this years film festival. Passports and tickets are on sale now.