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Letters to the Prime Minister

Andres Livov / 2016 / 20 min. / Canada / FRENCH / SUBS ENGLISH


Montreal author Marie-Célie Agnant collects stories, dreams and demands from Parc-Extension neighbours, in order to write a letter to their deputy, Justin Trudeau, now the 23rd Prime Minister of Canada.

Cast & Crew

  • Direction : Andres Livov
  • Direction of photography : Nicolas Canniccioni
  • Editing : Sophie Farkas-Bolla
  • Sound : Rene Portillo-Ruiz
  • Music : Moe Clark, Katia Makdissi-Warren
  • Mixing sound : Rene Portillo-Ruiz
  • Production : Les Films de l'Autre






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Andres Livov was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He studied opera staging at the prestigious Colon Theater (Buenos Aires) and graduated in fine arts from York University in Toronto. In 2005, he attended the Berlinale Talent Campus of the 55th Berlin International Film Festival. "Welcome to Los Pereyra" his first documentary, was presented among others in Amsterdam, Montreal, Buenos Aires, Calgary, Kiev, Havana and Santiago. His short film "Letters to the Prime Minister" is the 2015 winner of the Regard sur Montréal residency, offered by the Cultural Enterprise Development Corporation (SODEC), the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) through its program ACIC, the Montreal Arts Council (CAM) and Les Films de l'Autre.


- 2017 -
Special Screening | Cinéma sous les étoiles, Canada
In Competition | One World, Canada
In Competition | View Finders - Atlantic Film Festival For Youth, Canada

- 2018 -
In Competition | Cinema on the Bayou, USA
In Competition | FIFEQ, Canada
In Competition | Park Ex Film Fest, Canada
In Competition | Cinemigrations, Argentina
In Competition | Les 7 jours du 7e art, Guinea


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