Quebec dance in cinema is the result of a rich legacy of generations of world-renowned artists. This year, the FNC honours dancers and choreographers from Quebec and the rest of Canada. This program of dance and cinema from the last five years is an opportunity to see some of the world’s greatest artists. - Presented by Move Agence and Agora de la danse.
2050, in the cradle of a future humanity, movement is the only language. A hybrid Eve embodies this new humanity, and we witness her multiple births.
| 19 minutes | 2018
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 perishable or unchangeable.
| 22 minutes | 2015
Gravity of Center is a poetic investigation of the herd vs. pack mentality, the dichotomy of abundance and scarcity, and the inner conflict between social assimilation vs. the need for individualism.
| 15 minutes | 2011
A meeting between human and form, an orbiting of red and black that is neither dance nor montage nor collage… Visual smoothie emotions.
| 3 minutes | 2017
A light grey room. A slender woman of 50 and a 12-year-old boy. Joined together like the links of a chain. Changing positions at a constant rate. One flowing movement. Never losing touch with each other. A game played by a mother and her child. A kind of tango. Sound of feet. Breathing. Faint smiles. Until suddenly the woman’s hands let go of each other.
| 13 minutes | 2013
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.
| 27 minutes | 2014
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