Travelling Distribution

Since 2007, Travelling is a pioneer in short film distribution, both in Quebec and internationally. With a catalog of more than 200 hand-picked titles including Brotherhood (Oscar® Nomination), No Crying At The Dinner Table and Mutants, in addition to collecting hundreds of selections and awards annually at the world’s most prestigious festivals, Travelling has made a name for itself in the industry as a key player. Travelling is a breeding ground for talent and new cinematic voices, an ally that allows filmmakers to focus on what they do best… films!

No Crying At The Dinner Table

Filmmaker Carol Nguyen interviews her own family to craft an emotionally complex and meticulously composed portrait of intergenerational trauma, grief, and secrets in this cathartic documentary about things left unsaid. Carol Nguyen is a Vietnamese Canadian filmmaker, born and raised in Toronto, now based in Montreal. Her films often explore the subjects of cultu...Read More

Jeep Boys

Simon manages to take time off from his job to visit his girlfriend in Toronto. Only condition: Give a lift to JP, an annoying colleague. Their journey is in full swing until a cataclysmic revelation plunges them into a quest for revenge. All of that while listening to country music. Ex-employee of Club Piscine, Alec Pronovost left the aquatic world and now works as...Read More


Mohamed is deeply shaken and suspicious when his estranged eldest son Malek returns home to rural Tunisia with a mysterious young wife in tow. The emotional complexities of a family reunion and past wounds lead to tragic consequences. Tunisian-American writer/director Meryam Joobeur is a graduate of Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema in Montréal.

Je Finirai en Prison (I’ll End Up in Jail)

Maureen Sauvageau's escape comes to an abrupt end when she drives’s her monster truck into a deadly car accident. Stuck in the middle of nowhere, she must share the company and the blame of a rather touching junkie dubbed Jelly the Loon. Born in rural Quebec, Alexandre Dostie is a self-taught artist with a unique background. Published poet, booze-bruised punk singer...Read More

Cercueil, Tabarnak! (Fuckin' Coffin!)

May 20, 1980. After his father's passing, Raymond Tremblay, tax investigator, begins to suspect the funeral home of fraudulent activities. Accompanied by his daughter, little Lucy, he decides to go investigate in his native Saguenay against the backdrop of a referendum on Quebec's sovereignty. Loïc Darses is a Montreal-based Québécois filmmaker.

Y’a Pas D’heure Pour Les Femmes (Ain’t No Time for Women)

Tunis, November 2019. A group of women is gathered at Saïda’s, the hairdresser, on the eve of the presidential election. The salon is transformed into a town square, mirroring the internal turmoil of the country. In this female sanctuary, we get an intimate look at the county’s teenage democracy.


In the summer of 1996, life throws a curveball in the face of Keven Guénette… And it strikes. Guided by his paraplegic baseball coach, Keven discovers the mutation, sex and love. Born in the rural Quebec that now shade his works, Alexandre Dostie is a poet and performer. On screen, he created in 2010 the poetic web series Sainte-Cécile. Mutants is his first short film.