In a few days, Pontiac residents will be able to watch the movie Mad Dog Labine, which was shot in the Pontiac during the summer of 2017. The two directors and screenwriters of the film, Jonathan Beaulieu-Cyr and Renaud Lessard, said in an interview with CHIP 101.9 that they cannot wait to come and present the final product in Outaouais and Pontiac.
Mad Dog Labine will be presented to the public on Saturday March 23rd in the auditorium of Sieur-de-Coulonge High School. On a regional scale, Mad Dog Labine will be on view at the Cinéma 9 and Galeries d’Aylmer in the Outaouais Film Festival on March 26th and 27th.
The film will features several young talents from the Pontiac, including the two main actresses, Ève-Marie Martin and Zoé Audet. Details regarding the public screenings at ESSC will be available shortly.
The complete interview is available here.