“Lady and the tooth” will have its Canadian Premiere at the FanTasia Film Festival described by Quentin Tarantino as “the most important and prestigious genre film festival on this continent.” The film will screen in the OUTER LIMITS OF ANIMATION / AU-DELÀ DE L’ANIMATION.
This program will be presented on Wendesday august 6th at 7:15 pm in the De Seve Cinema.
You can watch the new “Lady and the tooth” trailer here:
Lady And The Tooth FanTasia Festival Trailer from Mew Lab on Vimeo.
View the website here: www.Ladyandthetooth.mewlab.com
And you can watch the festival trailer here
Fantasia 2014 – International from Fantasia Film Festival on Vimeo.
Fantasia has some of the best audiences and programming out there. As a distributor, it’s an essential stop for the latest in genre cinema.” – John Von Thaden, Manager of Acquisitions, MAGNOLIA PICTURES
“A record-breaking 150 directors, actors, screenwriters and producers came to the festival to present their films, with over 250 members of the film industry in attendance.” – Ian Sandwell, SCREEN
“One of the most exciting genre film festivals in the world. It is in Montreal that we might discover the next Eraserhead” – PREMIERE MAGAZINE
“One of Canada’s hotter film events” – Brendan Kelly, VARIETY
“one of the best genre film festivals in the world.” – Harry Knowles, AIN’T IT COOL
“Fantasia is a legitimate candidate for the continent’s foremost genre film festival, its reputation such that, in 2009, it could pull the North American premiere of INGLORIOUS BASTERDS” – Nick Pinkerton, SIGHT AND SOUND MAGAZINE
“Many films have been discovered at Fantasia or sparked interest in US remakes, many by my company” – Roy Lee, Producer of THE DEPARTED, THE WOMAN IN BLACK, THE RING.
“Mammoth…The world’s largest genre film festival” – Bryce J. Renninger, INDIEWIRE
“Le Festival Fantasia de Montréal est la plus importante manifestation d’Amérique du Nord consacrée au cinéma de genre” – LES CAHIERS DU CINEMA
“One of the largest, longest running, and just plain longest genre film festival in the world, Fantasia has an overwhelming number of films and film related events to offer every year.” – Greg Christie, TWITCH FILM
“A must-see event… Like nothing else in the world” – LES INROCKUPTIBLES
“The largest festival of its kind on this continent. The sheer number of discoveries is astonishing.” – FANGORIA MAGAZINE
“Top notch… people line up around the block for hours in wait to see a film” – FILM THREAT
“Fantasia is the hippest film festival in town” – THE MONTREAL GAZETTE
“one of the coolest festivals in the world” – MAD MOVIES
“If I missed Fantasia I’d drive an icepick into my brain” – RUE MORGUE MAGAZINE
Over the years, Fantasia has proven itself to be one of the largest and the most cutting edge festivals of its kind. Among our accomplishments, Fantasia is regularly cited as the place where the J-horror craze began in this part of the world – our North American Premiere of RINGU led directly to Dreamworks acquiring the film and producing its blockbuster remake, and Fantasia was also the first festival in North America to screen a film by Takashi Miike. Some other programming coups? We were the first festival in the world to show work from a then-19-year-old Adam Wingard when we world premiered his feature debut HOME SICK, our World Premiere of PERFECT BLUE launched the career of Satoshi Kon and our Canadian premiere of PI marked the first time a film by Darren Aronofsky was shown in Canada.