Fernand Leduc, la peinture et les mots Mario Côté
Fernand Leduc, is a Quebecois painter and signatory of the Refus Global manifesto. His career path is presented in three parts.
Continuité des parcs Gabriel Argüello
What at first seems to be a classic love story turns into a thrilling tale that sweeps the viewer until it's unexpected end.
A Land of Silences Paul Tom
I was born in a refugee camp in Thailand and arrived in Montreal at the age of one with my parents. In August 2010, I went to Cambodia for the first time, the country my father hadn't returned in 30 years.
Parallel North Félix Dufour-Laperrière
In a world that has really been turned upside down, the true is a moment of the false. (Guy Debord, The Society of the Spectacle). What about the boreal forest ?
Myopia Bettina Hoffmann
The video Myopia shows a scenario of 5 people in one room. The camera is continuously in motion, the image is extremely blurred. The space is recognizable by vague shapes of lush colours.
Épicentres Raphaëlle Bilodeau
One morning, while a Japanese city is devastated by an earthquake, Julie learns that the Canadian Shield, a geological region over which her village lies, is one of the safest places on earth to live.
Sing Pedestrian Sing Eric Gaucher
Influenced by the neo-expressionistic school of painting, Sing Pedestrian Sing unites manipulated found and generative footage to create a densely abstract motion picture.
One Philip Fortin et Julia Milz
A short contemporary dance film which explores the realm of human relationships through the means of the naked body, movement and space.
Visages Chantal duPont
By a series of self portrait, the director explores with humor and poesy the transformation of her visage with some objects that she holds in her mouth.
This Man Owen Eric Wood
In this video self-portrait, the artist presents his identity in such a way that questions the value of physical and social characteristics.