Girls Shouldn't Walk Alone at Night

A FILM BY KATERINE MARTINEAU

Short Film – Québec – 2020 – 17 min
Color | French with English subtitles | 1.85 | 5.1

SYNOPSIS

After a late night high school graduation party, Chantal and Delphine find themselves walking home alone in the dark. Lost in the forest, their long night walk is punctuated by carelessness and an irrepressible desire to exist.

CAST

Nahéma Ricci, Amaryllis Tremblay & Guillaume Laurin

CREW

DIRECTOR : Katerine Martineau
WRITER : Katerine Martineau
PRODUCER : Guillaume Collin (Arpent Films)
CINEMATOGRAPHY : Alexandre Nour Desjardins
SOUND DESIGN : Pascal Plante
EDITING : Ibticeme Benalia
MUSIQUE : Paloma Daris

FESTIVALS & AWARDS

VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

Official Selection, 2020

Reelout Queer Film Festival

Official Selection, 2021

Buff Malmö Film Festival

Official Selection, 2021

BFI Flare: London LGBTIQ+ Film Festival

Official Selection, 2021

Aspen Film Festival

Official Selection, 2021

Canadian Film Festival

Special Jury Mention – Best Achievement ; Breakout Performance – Amaryllis Tremblay

Busan International Short Film Festival

Official Selection, 2021

Inside Out Film Festival

Official Selection, 2021

Gala Prends ça Court!

Québec Gold Air Canada Award, 2021
Casting  VTB, Giraldeau Casting et Marie-Charlotte Aubin Casting Award, 2021

KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival

Official Selection, 2021

Festival Regard

Sélection officielle, 2021

DIRECTOR’S BIOGRAPHY

Katerine Martineau is a Montreal screenwriter and director from the Outaouais region. Her graduation film Waiting for Lou (2017) won several prizes, including the Best Live Action Student Short at Canada’s Top Ten Film Festival from the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) in January 2018. Girls Shouldn’t Walk Alone at Night is the final installment of a trilogy starring actress Amaryllis Tremblay.

FILMOGRAPHY

WAITING FOR LOU | 2017, 15 min.