Rendez vous vidéo poésie

2022 - Essay

Homegrown cinema


Rendez vous vidéo poésie

Price $5

 

Poetry meets the big screen!

 

As part of the Festival de la poésie de Montréal, attend the screening of the 10 video poems selected for the Rendez-vous vidéopoésie 2022 competition, followed by the crowning of the winning work and a question and answer period.

 

The selected videos:

 

BINDING CHESTS, MENDING HEARTS

Text and direction: Raphaëlle Bessette-Viens

 

FEU

Director: Rosalie Bordeleau

Text : Valérie Forgues

 

FRAGMENTS

Directed by: Anick Beaulieu and Gigi Perron

Text : Patrice Desbiens

 

JE SUIS CE FAMEUX CORPS

Director: Maude Archambault-Wakil

Text : Jean-Christophe Leblanc

 

KO PYHARE, PARA SIEMPRE

Director: Fiorella Boucher and Laura Criollo-Carrillo

Text : Fiorella Boucher

 

THE REVOLUTION

Directed by: Samuel Boucher and Zoé Rondeau

Text : Alicia Guillotte

 

THE CRATER

Text and direction: Justine Falardeau and Florence Falgueyret

 

LULLABY

Text and direction : Marie-Soleil Joyal

 

SANS ÉCHAPPE

Director and script: Helia Hagh-Doust

 

WALKING WITH O ME! O LIFE!

Directed by: Paula Dykstra and Patrick Gauvin

Text: Patrick Gauvin


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