Date: March 20, 2019
Location: Faubourg Building (FB 449), Concordia University

Beaulieu-Cyr’s debut feature Mad Dog Labine (2018) follows youth from Pontiac, a forgotten territory of Quebec marked by crises in the forestry industry that exists on an ambiguous line–between provinces, languages, fact and fiction. Drawing on Quebec’s tradition of direct cinema, the docufiction examines rural precarity in the wake of deindustrialization.