Marie-Philip is a PhD student and part-time professor who loves cats and Harry Potter. But one week before her 29th birthday, she is diagnosed with breast cancer. For a year, without false modesty, we follow her through each step as she confides in us with shocking honesty. An ode to life, to courage and to the resilience of all those who fight every day against disease.
In 2014, Geneviève Dulude-De Celles' first short fiction film, The
Cut, won Best International Short Film at the Sundance Film Festival in addition to a dozen other awards and selections in over 80 international festivals. The following year, she released Welcome to F.L., a feature documentary that premiered at TIFF and won the Best Documentary Hope Award at RIDM. Her first feature film, A Colony, was released in Quebec in the winter of 2019 and won several festival awards, including the Crystal Bear at the Berlinale and Best Film at the Canadian Screen Awards. Days is her second feature documentary.
- – Doxa Documentary Film Festival 2023 – Official Selection / National Premiere (Canada)
- – Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec 2023 – Official Selection (Canada)