American actor Nicolas Cage He will receive the Cheval Noir Lifetime Achievement Award Fantasy Film Festival which will take place between July 20 and August 9 in Montreal, Canada, the international press reported.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cage’s award is due to his four decades in Hollywood, which includes his participation in films such as “Sympathy for the Devil,” “Ghost Rider,” and “Goodbye Las Vegas”.
But, in addition, this year he returned to the screen with “Renfield: Vampire Charming”Film directed by Chris McKay which proposes a contemporary twist full of dark humor and small doses of action to resume the story of the symbolic “Prince of Darkness”.
The festival, dedicated to the fantasy and drama genre that takes place every year in Canada, brings together film productions from Asia, Europe and America.
This year, the festival will open its 27th edition with Pascal Plant’s “Red Rooms,” a French-language thriller about a woman’s obsession with a high-profile serial killer case. The film stars Maxwell McCabe Locus and Juliette Gariepy.