Film events and Master Classes
| 27 minutes | 2014
Bringing together contemporary dance and architecture in a series of six pieces, "A Short History of Madness" evokes the history of treatment of mental illness.
As part of QUÉBEC, CRÉATEUR DE MOUVEMENT
Droits d’auteur(e), short fiction film, 2006Kanasuta, feature-length film of Richard Desjardins’ show, 2005Le Golem de Montréal, feature fiction film, 2004Les entartistes, que justice soit fête, experimental documentary, 2000Les siamoises, feature fiction film, 1999La chambre blanche, short dance film, 1993La bête de foire, feature fiction film, 1993Narrow room, short dance film, 1989Londeleau, short fiction film, 1988.
Ravages tells a kind of abstract narrative, inviting the viewer to dive into the raw and fragile world of a symbolic epic where the human confronts what is...
CANADA | 27 minutes | 2015
Anthropocene: the geological term describing the epoch where human activity is the main force of change to the terrestrial ecosystem. From metal in Siberia...
CANADA | 27 minutes | 2018
The late 1980s: the Soviet Union is on the verge of collapse. One NHL hockey team, the Detroit Red Wings, exploits growing Soviet instability to attract...
UNITED STATES | 27 minutes | 2018
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