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© Robert Morin, Gus est encore dans l'armée, 1980

Program at RVQC
Les Vidéographes – Debut Works
Vidéographe 50 ans : D’hier à aujourd’hui

PROGRAMMING

April 28th - May 8th, 2021



Les Vidéographes – Debut Works

The Vidéographe collection is brimming over with debut works by artists, artisans, and artistic personalities who have enjoyed significant careers with different audiences. Here is a chance to revisit some of the debut works of artists who were the rising stars of their time.  

PROGRAM

Total duration: 75 min

  • Robert Morin, Gus est encore dans l’armée, Docufiction, 22 min, 1980 
  • Bélanger / Baillargeon, Les Galeries Wilderton, Fiction, 13 min, 1991
  • Rodrigue Jean, La mémoire de l’eau, Fiction, 12 min, 1996
  • Robin Aubert / Daniel Grenier, M comme maudit criss, Video Art, 3 min, 1999
  • Ricardo Trogi, OUCH!, Fiction, 8 min, 2000
  • Chloé Leriche, Fragments, ou, Lettre à un Allemand (dont je suis amoureuse en secret), Video Art, 8 min, 2003 
  • Anne Émond, Sophie Lavoie, Fiction, 9 min, 2009 

Vidéographe 50 ans : D’hier à aujourd’hui

Through extracts of works and the testimony of members of the team, the 50 years of Vidéographe will be evoked from its beginnings in 1971 to this day … A return on the history animated by the director Luc Bourdon in discussion with Jean-Pierre Masse (filmmaker and teacher), Pierre Hébert (filmmaker and member of the board of directors), Karine Boulanger (curator) and Denis Vaillancourt (distribution coordinator).

PROGRAM

  • Vidéographe, Entrée en scène, 1972
  • Vidéographe, L’Éditomètre, 1972
  • Vidéographe, Sélectovision, 1972

 

► Hosted by Luc Bourdon – Event broadcast on the Facebook page of Quebec Cinema.

 

BIOGRAPHY 

Luc Bourdon is an important figure in video art in Canada. Over a period of more than 25 years, he has created some 50 works in varying genres, including documentary, fiction, and experimental video. Many of these address art and culture – De la parole aux actes (2000), La grande bibliothèque (2005), Classes de maîtres (2008) – with an emphasis on history and memory. These themes lie at the heart of his first feature-length film, La mémoire des anges [The Memories of Angels], which he made at the NFB and for which he was awarded the Grand Prix Focus – Cinémathèque Québécoise for best Canadian feature-length film at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma de Montréal in October 2008. His second feature-length film, La part du diable [The Devil’s Share] (2017), won the Award for Best Feature- or Medium-length Documentary at the Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie.

© Robert Morin, Gus est encore dans l'armée, 1980

Program at RVQC
Les Vidéographes – Debut Works
Vidéographe 50 ans : D’hier à aujourd’hui

PROGRAMMING

April 28th - May 8th, 2021



Les Vidéographes – Debut Works

The Vidéographe collection is brimming over with debut works by artists, artisans, and artistic personalities who have enjoyed significant careers with different audiences. Here is a chance to revisit some of the debut works of artists who were the rising stars of their time.  

PROGRAM

Total duration: 75 min

  • Robert Morin, Gus est encore dans l’armée, Docufiction, 22 min, 1980 
  • Bélanger / Baillargeon, Les Galeries Wilderton, Fiction, 13 min, 1991
  • Rodrigue Jean, La mémoire de l’eau, Fiction, 12 min, 1996
  • Robin Aubert / Daniel Grenier, M comme maudit criss, Video Art, 3 min, 1999
  • Ricardo Trogi, OUCH!, Fiction, 8 min, 2000
  • Chloé Leriche, Fragments, ou, Lettre à un Allemand (dont je suis amoureuse en secret), Video Art, 8 min, 2003 
  • Anne Émond, Sophie Lavoie, Fiction, 9 min, 2009 

Vidéographe 50 ans : D’hier à aujourd’hui

Through extracts of works and the testimony of members of the team, the 50 years of Vidéographe will be evoked from its beginnings in 1971 to this day … A return on the history animated by the director Luc Bourdon in discussion with Jean-Pierre Masse (filmmaker and teacher), Pierre Hébert (filmmaker and member of the board of directors), Karine Boulanger (curator) and Denis Vaillancourt (distribution coordinator).

PROGRAM

  • Vidéographe, Entrée en scène, 1972
  • Vidéographe, L’Éditomètre, 1972
  • Vidéographe, Sélectovision, 1972

 

► Hosted by Luc Bourdon – Event broadcast on the Facebook page of Quebec Cinema.

 

BIOGRAPHY 

Luc Bourdon is an important figure in video art in Canada. Over a period of more than 25 years, he has created some 50 works in varying genres, including documentary, fiction, and experimental video. Many of these address art and culture – De la parole aux actes (2000), La grande bibliothèque (2005), Classes de maîtres (2008) – with an emphasis on history and memory. These themes lie at the heart of his first feature-length film, La mémoire des anges [The Memories of Angels], which he made at the NFB and for which he was awarded the Grand Prix Focus – Cinémathèque Québécoise for best Canadian feature-length film at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma de Montréal in October 2008. His second feature-length film, La part du diable [The Devil’s Share] (2017), won the Award for Best Feature- or Medium-length Documentary at the Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie.

© Robert Morin, Gus est encore dans l'armée, 1980

Program at RVQC
Les Vidéographes – Debut Works
Vidéographe 50 ans : D’hier à aujourd’hui

PROGRAMMING

April 28th - May 8th, 2021



Les Vidéographes – Debut Works

The Vidéographe collection is brimming over with debut works by artists, artisans, and artistic personalities who have enjoyed significant careers with different audiences. Here is a chance to revisit some of the debut works of artists who were the rising stars of their time.  

PROGRAM

Total duration: 75 min

  • Robert Morin, Gus est encore dans l’armée, Docufiction, 22 min, 1980 
  • Bélanger / Baillargeon, Les Galeries Wilderton, Fiction, 13 min, 1991
  • Rodrigue Jean, La mémoire de l’eau, Fiction, 12 min, 1996
  • Robin Aubert / Daniel Grenier, M comme maudit criss, Video Art, 3 min, 1999
  • Ricardo Trogi, OUCH!, Fiction, 8 min, 2000
  • Chloé Leriche, Fragments, ou, Lettre à un Allemand (dont je suis amoureuse en secret), Video Art, 8 min, 2003 
  • Anne Émond, Sophie Lavoie, Fiction, 9 min, 2009 

Vidéographe 50 ans : D’hier à aujourd’hui

Through extracts of works and the testimony of members of the team, the 50 years of Vidéographe will be evoked from its beginnings in 1971 to this day … A return on the history animated by the director Luc Bourdon in discussion with Jean-Pierre Masse (filmmaker and teacher), Pierre Hébert (filmmaker and member of the board of directors), Karine Boulanger (curator) and Denis Vaillancourt (distribution coordinator).

PROGRAM

  • Vidéographe, Entrée en scène, 1972
  • Vidéographe, L’Éditomètre, 1972
  • Vidéographe, Sélectovision, 1972

 

► Hosted by Luc Bourdon – Event broadcast on the Facebook page of Quebec Cinema.

 

BIOGRAPHY 

Luc Bourdon is an important figure in video art in Canada. Over a period of more than 25 years, he has created some 50 works in varying genres, including documentary, fiction, and experimental video. Many of these address art and culture – De la parole aux actes (2000), La grande bibliothèque (2005), Classes de maîtres (2008) – with an emphasis on history and memory. These themes lie at the heart of his first feature-length film, La mémoire des anges [The Memories of Angels], which he made at the NFB and for which he was awarded the Grand Prix Focus – Cinémathèque Québécoise for best Canadian feature-length film at the Festival du Nouveau Cinéma de Montréal in October 2008. His second feature-length film, La part du diable [The Devil’s Share] (2017), won the Award for Best Feature- or Medium-length Documentary at the Festival international du cinéma francophone en Acadie.