Archive Cinema City 2012.

Starbuck

Genre: Comedy
Country: Canada
Year: 2011
Duration: 103 min

Director: Ken Scott
Scenario: Ken Scott, Martin Petit

Cast: Patrick Huard, Antoine Bertrand, Julie Le Breton

Programme selection: Exit Point

Out of competition - Closing Film

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Synopsis:

Just when David Wosniak (Patrick Huard) decides to finally take control of his life, this eternal 42 year old teenager discovers that he’s the biological father of 533 children. Suddenly, his life is much more complicated that he anticipated.

Awards:

People's Choice Award, Calgary International Film Festival (2011), Best Achievement in Music - Original Song, Best Screenplay, Golden Reel Award, André Rouleau, Genie Awards (2012), Best Actor - Patrick Huard, Pilar Miró Award - Patrick Huard, Valladolid International Film Festival (2011)

Director:

After a successful career as a screenwriter and actor working on several titles such as Seducing Doctor Lewis, Ken Scott made his directing debut in 2009 with the film Sticky Fingers. Starbuck, his second feature film has won a lot of critical attention as well as several awards and was the highest grossing Quebecois film in 2011.