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Robert Morin, Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur, 1997

Vidéographe Tuesdays presents
Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur by Robert Morin

PROGRAMMING

August 9, 2022
Cinéma Moderne

Free



Vidéographe Tuesdays continue on August 9 with the shocking feature film Quiconque meurtmeurt à douleur by the legendary Robert Morin. Presented with full closed captioning.

After a botched raid, drug dealers take two policemen and a cameraman hostage. The film plunges us into the heart of a thirty-six-hour journey during which the cameraman records their version of the events.

Come join us and share your thoughts after the film screening over a drink offered by Vidéographe.

 

August 9, 2022

– Open doors at 6 pm
– Film screening at 6:30 pm
– Cocktail party from 9 pm – 10 pm

at Cinéma Moderne

Free admission – first come, first served!

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

Robert Morin

Robert Morin has contributed to the film and video scene for over 30 years. Early in his career, he sought to ensure creative independence by founding, with other artists, the Coop Vidéo de Montréal. His 30 or so short, medium and feature-length works have earned him numerous national and international prizes and special mentions.

In 1991, Morin and Lorraine Dufour received the Canada Council for the Arts’ Bell Canada Prize in video art. His work has been the subject of numerous retrospectives, primarily in France and Canada. In 2002, Vidéographe, in collaboration with Coop Vidéo de Montréal, released a DVD box set of his video works, entitled The Videomaker’s Journey (1976-1997). He is currently filming his latest project, Journal d’un coopérant, in Burundi. Robert Morin lives in Montréal. In 2009 he was the winner of the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts.

– Biography taken from The National Gallery of Canada 

 

 

Robert Morin, Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur, 1997

Vidéographe Tuesdays presents
Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur by Robert Morin

PROGRAMMING

August 9, 2022
Cinéma Moderne

Free



Vidéographe Tuesdays continue on August 9 with the shocking feature film Quiconque meurtmeurt à douleur by the legendary Robert Morin. Presented with full closed captioning.

After a botched raid, drug dealers take two policemen and a cameraman hostage. The film plunges us into the heart of a thirty-six-hour journey during which the cameraman records their version of the events.

Come join us and share your thoughts after the film screening over a drink offered by Vidéographe.

 

August 9, 2022

– Open doors at 6 pm
– Film screening at 6:30 pm
– Cocktail party from 9 pm – 10 pm

at Cinéma Moderne

Free admission – first come, first served!

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

Robert Morin

Robert Morin has contributed to the film and video scene for over 30 years. Early in his career, he sought to ensure creative independence by founding, with other artists, the Coop Vidéo de Montréal. His 30 or so short, medium and feature-length works have earned him numerous national and international prizes and special mentions.

In 1991, Morin and Lorraine Dufour received the Canada Council for the Arts’ Bell Canada Prize in video art. His work has been the subject of numerous retrospectives, primarily in France and Canada. In 2002, Vidéographe, in collaboration with Coop Vidéo de Montréal, released a DVD box set of his video works, entitled The Videomaker’s Journey (1976-1997). He is currently filming his latest project, Journal d’un coopérant, in Burundi. Robert Morin lives in Montréal. In 2009 he was the winner of the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts.

– Biography taken from The National Gallery of Canada 

 

 

Robert Morin, Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur, 1997

Vidéographe Tuesdays presents
Quiconque meurt, meurt à douleur by Robert Morin

PROGRAMMING

August 9, 2022
Cinéma Moderne

Free



Vidéographe Tuesdays continue on August 9 with the shocking feature film Quiconque meurtmeurt à douleur by the legendary Robert Morin. Presented with full closed captioning.

After a botched raid, drug dealers take two policemen and a cameraman hostage. The film plunges us into the heart of a thirty-six-hour journey during which the cameraman records their version of the events.

Come join us and share your thoughts after the film screening over a drink offered by Vidéographe.

 

August 9, 2022

– Open doors at 6 pm
– Film screening at 6:30 pm
– Cocktail party from 9 pm – 10 pm

at Cinéma Moderne

Free admission – first come, first served!

 

 

BIOGRAPHY

Robert Morin

Robert Morin has contributed to the film and video scene for over 30 years. Early in his career, he sought to ensure creative independence by founding, with other artists, the Coop Vidéo de Montréal. His 30 or so short, medium and feature-length works have earned him numerous national and international prizes and special mentions.

In 1991, Morin and Lorraine Dufour received the Canada Council for the Arts’ Bell Canada Prize in video art. His work has been the subject of numerous retrospectives, primarily in France and Canada. In 2002, Vidéographe, in collaboration with Coop Vidéo de Montréal, released a DVD box set of his video works, entitled The Videomaker’s Journey (1976-1997). He is currently filming his latest project, Journal d’un coopérant, in Burundi. Robert Morin lives in Montréal. In 2009 he was the winner of the Governor General’s Award in Visual and Media Arts.

– Biography taken from The National Gallery of Canada