image+nation = 30 ans en 2017 = projections mensuelles @cinemathequeqc
/ 20 SEPT @ 21h
// MA VIE EN ROSE Alain Berliner (1997) un retour sur les premiers regards cinématographiques touchant l'identité de genre.
In 2014, the NFB and the image+nation: Montreal LGBTQ Film Festival partnered to create a playlist that was culled from the NFB’s rich LGBTQ film collection and made available for online streaming to festival audiences. Both organizations are proud to move forward in this collaboration with the launch of the image+nation@NFB project,
adding textured Québécois LGBTQ voices from i+n’s Queerment Québec program to this online selection, which allows all audiences to d iscover and share Canadian LGBTQ cinematic history and storytelling. Free access to these stories is first and foremost, so that all are able to see themselves on screen, big or small.
image+nation@NFB is the fusion of missions that value the elevation of all Canadian voices. The NFB offers its unique content while image+nation introduces contemporary perspectives to the historical landscape of being LGBTQ in Canada.
image+nation@NFB is also the realization of the longtime hope of creating an opportunity for LGBTQ stories to be told and heard—in all regions of the country and around the world. Too often, such works are only available at events held in urban centres, denying much of the population access. This crucial project is about democratizing LGBTQ voices and lives for all to witness and to share.
CINEMA IMPERIAL _1432, Bleury (Metro Place-Des-Arts)
The programs are available @ all venues, during the projections.
_L’un et l’autre
1641, Amherst (métro Berri-UQAM or Beaudry)
1311, Sainte-Catherine E (métro Beaudry)
4040, St-Laurent (coin Duluth)
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Ven/Fri 18 nov_17h - 20h
Sam/Sat 19 nov_15h - 20h
Dim/Sun 20 nov_15h - 20h
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FORMING IDENTITIES II
Pulled from the image+nation vault, Forming Identities II is a compelling collection of shorts that interrogates identities while exploring concepts of form and genre. Employing collage, animation and live action as formalistic constraints, this programme of shorts masterfully unites image and content.
Of the eight shorts programmed, invited directors, Jules De Niverville [TWITCH/ 2015], Eliane Ashka [22 NOVEMBRE/ 2013], Glenn Gear [CRY OF THE LOU-GAROU/ 2015] and Jonathan Lemieux [INNER CABIN/ 2013] will take part in Q & A session following the screening.
Free screening. Jan31@14h > auditorium Maxwell-Cummings 1379a Sherbrooke w
presenting partner/ Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
hommage/ 35e Gai Écoute