Falcon Lake

30

100 minutes – Comedy, Drama
Language: French, English
Festival Release date: May 18, 2022 – Cannes Film Festival
Release date: October 14, 2022
Production companies: Cinefrance, Ley Line Entertainment, Sons of Manual
Canadian distributor: Sphere Films
France distributor: Tandem

Adapted from the graphic novel Une sœur by Bastien Vivès, teenagers Bastien, a 13-year-old boy from Paris, France, on a family vacation at a lake cabin in Québec that is believed to be haunted by a ghost. He meets and develops a relationship with Chloé, the 16-year-old daughter of his mother’s old friend Louise. Despite the age gap between them, the two form a singular bond. Ready to overcome his worst fears to earn a place in Chloé’s heart, the holiday becomes a turbulent pivotal moment for young Bastien. Charlotte LeBon won the Emerging Canadian Director award at the 2022 Vancouver International Film Festival. Falcon Lake is a Canada-France co-production.

Also see: Northernstars reviews Falcon Lake.

Falcon Lake, movie, poster,

Crew:

Producer:

Sylvain Corbeil
Julien Deris
David Gauquié
Nancy Grant

Executive Producer:

Emilie Georges
Tim Headington
Whitaker Lader
Charlotte Le Bon
Theresa Steele Page

Co-Producer:

Dany Boon
Jalil Lespert
Jean-Luc Ormières

Director:

Charlotte Le Bon

Screenwriter:

Charlotte Le Bon
François Choquet

Cinematographer:

Kristof Brandl

Editor:

Julie Lena

Composer:

Shida Shahabi

Art Director:

Alex Hercule Dersjardins
Gabrielle Bossé-Beal (Set Decoration)

Costume Designer:

Gabrielle Lauzier

Cast: Roles:

Joseph Engel
Sara Montpetit
Monia Chokri
Karine Gonthier-Hyndman
Arthur Igual
Thomas Laperrière
Anthony Therrien
Pierre-Luc Lafontaine
Lévi Doré
Jeff Roop
Jacob Whiteduck-Lavoie
Éléonore Loiselle
Samir Firouz

Bastien
Chloé
Violette
Lousie
Romain
Titi
Oliver
Stan
Paul
Bryan
Jackson
Maude
Joël Bascaron