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Anne At 13,000 ft

Director(s)
Kazik Radwanski
Country
Canada
United States
Year
2019
Language
English
Duration
75 min

Special screening for the Canadian Screen Awards on March 27th

Anne is a lonely young daycare worker who has trouble following the rules and connecting with others. Uncompromising and prone to excess, she’s complex and unknowable, yet curiously appealing through all her troubles and hesitations. Director Radwanski follows up on the singular approach he crafted in Tower (2012) and How Heavy This Hammer (2015) with this delicately layered, unrelenting portrait of a fragile woman who’s utterly of our times. Deragh Campbell, her worried face in extreme close-up, delivers an edgy performance shot through with subtle tension. (Zoé Protat, FNC 2019)

Kazik Radwanski has emerged as one of the most distinctive young voices in Canadian cinema, with his refreshingly unadorned yet empathic portraits of alienated individuals struggling to keep it together. His latest and best film to date, Anne at 13,000 ft centres on a precarious period in the life of its eponymous Anne, played by an electric Deragh Campbell in one of the year’s most staggering performances. – TIFF.net

4 Canadian Screen Awards nominations including Best Motion Picture

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Director(s)
Kazik Radwanski
Country
Canada
United States
Year
2019
Language
English
Duration
75 min