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Darcy Fehr is a Actor born on 26 december 1974

Darcy Fehr

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Birth 26 december 1974 (44 years)

Darcy Fehr (born December 26, 1974) is a Canadian actor.

His films include Desire, The Saddest Music in the World, There's Something Out There and The Law of Enclosures. Fehr's most notable roles have been his portrayals of acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin in Maddin's own Cowards Bend the Knee and My Winnipeg.

Usually with

Guy Maddin
Guy Maddin
(6 films)
John Greyson
John Greyson
(1 films)
Udo Kier
Udo Kier
(2 films)
Anna Paquin
Anna Paquin
(1 films)
Source : Wikidata

Filmography of Darcy Fehr (14 films)

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The Forbidden Room, 1h59
Directed by Guy Maddin
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Fantastic, Comedy, Adventure, Romance
Actors Roy Dupuis, Udo Kier, Gregory Hlady, Mathieu Amalric, Géraldine Chaplin, Karine Vanasse
Roles Nightclub Attendee / Climax Player
Rating61% 3.0510753.0510753.0510753.0510753.051075
A submarine crew, a feared pack of forest bandits, a famous surgeon, and a battalion of child soldiers all get more than they bargained for as they wend their way toward progressive ideas on life and love.
Heaven is for Real, 1h39
Directed by Randall Wallace
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Themes Films about religion, Portrayals of Jesus in film
Actors Greg Kinnear, Kelly Reilly, Jacob Vargas, Thomas Haden Church, Margo Martindale, Nancy Sorel
Roles Lee Watson
Rating58% 2.903822.903822.903822.903822.90382
Four-year-old Colton Burpo is the son of Todd Burpo, pastor of Crossroads Wesleyan Church in Imperial, Nebraska. Colton says he experienced Heaven during emergency surgery. He describes to his incredulous family about having looked down to see the doctor operating, his mother calling people to pray in the waiting room, and his father in another room yelling at God not to let him die. He also spoke of meeting his great-grandfather, who died long before he was born, his unborn sister that died in a miscarriage and whom no one had told him about, and meeting Jesus, describing his physical appearance.
Passionflower, 1h24
Origin Canada
Actors Darcy Fehr
Roles David Matthews
Rating65% 3.2731353.2731353.2731353.2731353.273135
On the brink of puberty in 1962 suburban Winnipeg, Sarah Matthews is increasingly challenged and confused by her mother's instability and sexual power.
Faces in the Crowd, 1h40
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Horror, Crime
Actors Milla Jovovich, Julian McMahon, David Atrakchi, Michael Shanks, Adam Harrington, Marianne Faithfull
Roles Bryce #7
Rating58% 2.900892.900892.900892.900892.90089
Anna Marchant (Milla Jovovich) witnesses a murder by serial killer Tearjerk Jack (David Atrakchi). Jack chases and attacks her, but she eludes him by falling from a bridge. Anna wakes from a coma one week later and is diagnosed with prosopagnosia, also known as "face blindness". Able to recognize objects but not faces, she works with police detective Sam Kerrest (Julian McMahon) to stop Tearjerk Jack before he can murder her.
Keyhole
Keyhole (2011)
, 1h33
Directed by Guy Maddin
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action
Actors Jason Patric, Isabella Rossellini, Udo Kier, Kevin McDonald, Brooke Palsson, Darcy Fehr
Rating55% 2.7549552.7549552.7549552.7549552.754955
The gang of Ulysses Pick (Jason Patric) shoots its way into his former home, which the police have surrounded, with a hostage and a stuffed wolverine (named "Crispy") in tow. Big Ed, the gang's second-in-command, then evicts the dead gangsters (who seem otherwise alive), after asking them to identify themselves: "Those of you who have been killed, stand facing the wall." They leave reluctantly, and the gang waits for Ulysses. The film's narrator, the ghost of Ulysses's father-in-law Calypso/Camille (Louis Negin), reveals that the house is haunted (and not only by him) because although a house's happiness is able to vacate the premises after its inhabitants have left, its sorrow is doomed to remain inside forever. This house had once belonged to Ulysses and his four children with his wife Hyacinth (Isabella Rossellini).
Black Field
Directed by Danishka Esterhazy
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Historical
Actors Sara Canning, Darcy Fehr
Roles Anderson
Rating67% 3.3818253.3818253.3818253.3818253.381825
Black Field is an historical drama set in the 1870s that tells of a love triangle about two sisters Maggie (Sara Canning) and Rose McGregor (Ferron Guerreiro) and the man that comes between them.
My Winnipeg, 1h20
Directed by Guy Maddin
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Comedy, Documentary, Historical
Actors Guy Maddin, Darcy Fehr, Ann Savage
Roles Guy Maddin
Rating75% 3.795673.795673.795673.795673.79567
Although ostensibly a documentary, My Winnipeg contains a series of fictional episodes and an overall story trajectory concerning the author-narrator-character "Guy Maddin" and his desire to produce the film as a way to finally leave/escape the city of Winnipeg. "Guy Maddin" is played by Darcy Fehr but voiced by Maddin himself (in narration): Fehr appears groggily trying to rouse himself from sleep aboard a jostling train as Maddin wonders aloud "What if?" What if he were able to actually rouse from the sleepy life he lives in Winnipeg and escape? Maddin decides that the only possible escape would be to "film my way out," thus motivating the creation of the "docu-fantasia" already underway.
Blue State
Blue State (2007)
, 1h28
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Romantic comedy, Romance
Themes Transport films, Political films, Road movies
Actors Breckin Meyer, Anna Paquin, Darcy Fehr
Roles U.S. Border Guard
Rating60% 3.0009553.0009553.0009553.0009553.000955
John Logue (Breckin Meyer), a dedicated John Kerry campaigner in the 2004 election, actually follows through on a drunken campaign vow to move to Canada if George W. Bush would be re-elected. When Bush indeed wins again, John finds his employer and his friends took his public vow seriously and he can not help but stay true to his word. He meets Chloe Hamon (Anna Paquin), a reader of his blog, who wants to accompany him to Canada. On his way, they visit John's parents who are upset about his liberal views because his father (Richard Blackburn) is an inveterate Republican supporter. Moreover, John's brother is a soldier who fought in the Iraq War. Later, close to the Canadian border, Chloe reveals to John that she is a deserter who was in Iraq as a soldier and is supposed to return there.
Cowards Bend the Knee, 1h
Directed by Guy Maddin
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Actors Darcy Fehr, Mike Bell, Marion Martin
Roles Guy Maddin
Rating70% 3.545663.545663.545663.545663.54566
Cowards Bend the Knee is set in a vague time period that is stated in the published script and on the DVD commentary as the 1930s, although certain of the film's events (e.g., the Winnipeg Maroons winning the Allan Cup) did not occur until the 1960s. Guy Maddin (played by Darcy Fehr), star hockey player for the Winnipeg Maroons, is told by his father Maddin Sr (Victor Cowie), the team's announcer, to visit his mother in the hospital since she is gravely ill. Maddin instead takes his girlfriend Veronica (Amy Stewart) to get an illegal abortion at the home/beauty salon/bordello of Liliom (Tara Birtwistle). During the operation, Guy more or less forgets about Veronica and ends up leaving with Liliom's alluring daughter Meta (Melissa Dionisio). Veronica dies as a result of the botched abortion and perhaps despair at her abandonment.
The Saddest Music in the World, 1h40
Directed by Guy Maddin
Origin Canada
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama, Fantasy, Musical
Themes Mafia films, Musical films, Gangster films
Actors Isabella Rossellini, Mark McKinney, Maria de Medeiros, David Fox, Darcy Fehr
Roles Teddy
Rating71% 3.5992353.5992353.5992353.5992353.599235
During the Great depression in 1933 in Winnipeg, Canada, baroness Helen Port-Huntley (Isabella Rossellini) announces a competition to find the saddest music in the world, as a publicity stunt to promote her company, Muskeg Beer, as Prohibition is about to end in the United States. The prize is $25,000 "Depression-era dollars" and musicians from all over the world pour into Winnipeg to compete. Chester Kent (Mark McKinney), a failing Broadway producer, decides to enter the contest representing America, even though he is Canadian and originally from Winnipeg. An old fortune teller predicts his doom, but Chester mocks this prediction by having his nymphomaniac amnesiac girlfriend Narcissa (Maria de Medeiros) masturbate him. Also entering the contest are Chester's father Fyodor (David Fox), representing Canada, and his brother Roderick (Ross McMillan), representing Serbia as "Gavrilo the Great" (even though he is also Canadian).
Desire
Desire (2000)
, 1h37
Directed by Colleen Murphy
Genres Drama, Thriller, Romance
Actors Katja Riemann, Zachary Bennett, Elizabeth Shepherd, Alberta Watson, Graham Greene, Martin Donovan
Roles Mr. Fergus
Rating60% 3.013463.013463.013463.013463.01346
The film stars Zachary Bennett as Francis Waterson, an aspiring concert pianist, and Katja Riemann as Halley Fischer, an elementary school teacher with whom Francis enters a romantic relationship.