L’innu du futur

Stéphane Nepton transports us into his world, sharing with us the duality of his identity as an urban native. The film is an ode to the power of the land, its influence on our soul, and how it can guide our lives. The compelling narration offers a unique perspective on the relationship between man and nature, and reminds us of the importance of protecting and celebrating the land around us.

Directed by

Stéphane Nepton

Presented in partnership with

Wapikoni Mobile

2021 | 5 min | French

Featured selections and awards

Selected in over 40 festivals.
Yorkton Film Festival prix d’expérimentation 2021
MY HERO International Film Festival 1st Place in the Experimental Category 2022
Paris Film Awards Gold Award: Experimental 2024

Filmmaker’s country: Canada
Country of filming: Canada
Country of production: Canada

6 pm | Screening
Co-presented with Wapikoni Mobile and McCord Stewart Museum

7:30 pm | Presentation
Jack Belhumeur, guest filmmaker and session programmer (Wapikoni Mobile)
Terry Jones, director of Soup For My Brother

Thursday, May 9

6 pm | McCord Stewart Museum

5:30 pm Audience welcome
6 pm Screening begins

690 Sherbrooke St. W.
Montreal, QC
H3A 1E9

Free admission, subject to availability

May 9th films