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© Pierre Hébert, The Statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, 2018

© Pierre Hébert, The Statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, 2018

The Vidéographes
Beyond Real & The Duty of Remembrance

Programming


January 26 and February 2, 2021
8pm Paris / 2pm Montreal time
Online broadcast

Free



To celebrate Vidéographe’s 50th anniversary, the Canadian Cultural Centre invites you to two evenings of online screenings of Les Vidéographes, developed by filmmaker Luc Bourdon and the Vidéographe team.

Les Vidéographes covers 50 years of video creation, in twelve program. and 50 works from the Vidéographe collection. This proposition reflects the evolution of genres, practices, styles, subjects, words and concerns of videographers, video artists and those who have ventured into the making of a videographic work.

 

The Vidéographes – Beyond Real
This program, an homage to the videomakers’ imagination, commences with Robert Forget’s Entrée en scene (1972), which he concludes by affirming that the Vidéographe project was intended to ‘render media accessible to people’. Over the coming decades, this new tool would enable worlds to be created by videomakers who want to push the boundaries of reality, whether by magnifying, manipulating or imagining it.

Programme (61 min)
. Vidéographe, Entrée en scène, 1972, 10 min
. Donigan Cumming,Petit Jesus /Baby Jesus, 1999, 3 min
. Robert Morin et Lorraine Dufour, Le voleur vit en enfer, 1984, 20 min
. Manon Labrecque, La petite vision, 1994, 5 min
. Sylvie Laliberté, Oh la la du narratif, 1997, 14 min
. Kim Kielhofner, The Coldest Day of the Year, 9 min, 2020

Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 8pm Paris time / 2pm Montreal time
Accès au programme [+]
(disponible pendant 24h)

 

The Vidéographes – The Duty of Remembrance
Since the early days of the Vidéographe project, the Canadian and international political landscape has inspired work intended to offer an alternative voice to the official media. This selection presents original activist works meant to raise awareness of world issues. The duty to remember has compelled videomakers to make such consciousness-raising work.

Programme (64 min)
. Alisi Telengut, Nutag – Homeland, 2016, 6 min
. Félix Lamarche, Terres fantômes, 2019, 20 min
. Edouardo menz, Las Mujeres de Pinochet, 2005, 12 min
. Pierre Hébert, La statue de Robert E. Lee à Charlottesville, 2018, 26 min

Mardi 2 février 2021, 20 h à Paris / 14 h à Montréal
Accès au programme [+]
(disponible pendant 24h)

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© Pierre Hébert, The Statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, 2018

© Pierre Hébert, The Statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, 2018

The Vidéographes
Beyond Real & The Duty of Remembrance

Programming


January 26 and February 2, 2021
8pm Paris / 2pm Montreal time
Online broadcast

Free



To celebrate Vidéographe’s 50th anniversary, the Canadian Cultural Centre invites you to two evenings of online screenings of Les Vidéographes, developed by filmmaker Luc Bourdon and the Vidéographe team.

Les Vidéographes covers 50 years of video creation, in twelve program. and 50 works from the Vidéographe collection. This proposition reflects the evolution of genres, practices, styles, subjects, words and concerns of videographers, video artists and those who have ventured into the making of a videographic work.

 

The Vidéographes – Beyond Real
This program, an homage to the videomakers’ imagination, commences with Robert Forget’s Entrée en scene (1972), which he concludes by affirming that the Vidéographe project was intended to ‘render media accessible to people’. Over the coming decades, this new tool would enable worlds to be created by videomakers who want to push the boundaries of reality, whether by magnifying, manipulating or imagining it.

Programme (61 min)
. Vidéographe, Entrée en scène, 1972, 10 min
. Donigan Cumming,Petit Jesus /Baby Jesus, 1999, 3 min
. Robert Morin et Lorraine Dufour, Le voleur vit en enfer, 1984, 20 min
. Manon Labrecque, La petite vision, 1994, 5 min
. Sylvie Laliberté, Oh la la du narratif, 1997, 14 min
. Kim Kielhofner, The Coldest Day of the Year, 9 min, 2020

Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 8pm Paris time / 2pm Montreal time
Accès au programme [+]
(disponible pendant 24h)

 

The Vidéographes – The Duty of Remembrance
Since the early days of the Vidéographe project, the Canadian and international political landscape has inspired work intended to offer an alternative voice to the official media. This selection presents original activist works meant to raise awareness of world issues. The duty to remember has compelled videomakers to make such consciousness-raising work.

Programme (64 min)
. Alisi Telengut, Nutag – Homeland, 2016, 6 min
. Félix Lamarche, Terres fantômes, 2019, 20 min
. Edouardo menz, Las Mujeres de Pinochet, 2005, 12 min
. Pierre Hébert, La statue de Robert E. Lee à Charlottesville, 2018, 26 min

Mardi 2 février 2021, 20 h à Paris / 14 h à Montréal
Accès au programme [+]
(disponible pendant 24h)

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© Pierre Hébert, The Statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, 2018

© Pierre Hébert, The Statue of Robert E. Lee in Charlottesville, 2018

The Vidéographes
Beyond Real & The Duty of Remembrance

Programming


January 26 and February 2, 2021
8pm Paris / 2pm Montreal time
Online broadcast

Free



To celebrate Vidéographe’s 50th anniversary, the Canadian Cultural Centre invites you to two evenings of online screenings of Les Vidéographes, developed by filmmaker Luc Bourdon and the Vidéographe team.

Les Vidéographes covers 50 years of video creation, in twelve program. and 50 works from the Vidéographe collection. This proposition reflects the evolution of genres, practices, styles, subjects, words and concerns of videographers, video artists and those who have ventured into the making of a videographic work.

 

The Vidéographes – Beyond Real
This program, an homage to the videomakers’ imagination, commences with Robert Forget’s Entrée en scene (1972), which he concludes by affirming that the Vidéographe project was intended to ‘render media accessible to people’. Over the coming decades, this new tool would enable worlds to be created by videomakers who want to push the boundaries of reality, whether by magnifying, manipulating or imagining it.

Programme (61 min)
. Vidéographe, Entrée en scène, 1972, 10 min
. Donigan Cumming,Petit Jesus /Baby Jesus, 1999, 3 min
. Robert Morin et Lorraine Dufour, Le voleur vit en enfer, 1984, 20 min
. Manon Labrecque, La petite vision, 1994, 5 min
. Sylvie Laliberté, Oh la la du narratif, 1997, 14 min
. Kim Kielhofner, The Coldest Day of the Year, 9 min, 2020

Tuesday, January 26, 2021, 8pm Paris time / 2pm Montreal time
Accès au programme [+]
(disponible pendant 24h)

 

The Vidéographes – The Duty of Remembrance
Since the early days of the Vidéographe project, the Canadian and international political landscape has inspired work intended to offer an alternative voice to the official media. This selection presents original activist works meant to raise awareness of world issues. The duty to remember has compelled videomakers to make such consciousness-raising work.

Programme (64 min)
. Alisi Telengut, Nutag – Homeland, 2016, 6 min
. Félix Lamarche, Terres fantômes, 2019, 20 min
. Edouardo menz, Las Mujeres de Pinochet, 2005, 12 min
. Pierre Hébert, La statue de Robert E. Lee à Charlottesville, 2018, 26 min

Mardi 2 février 2021, 20 h à Paris / 14 h à Montréal
Accès au programme [+]
(disponible pendant 24h)

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