Sisters: Dream & Variations aux RVQC

Je suis très heureuse de faire parti de la sélection documentaire des RVQC! “Sisters: Dream & Variations” est en compétition pour le Prix Pierre-et-Yolande-Perrault! Le film sera présenté le 5 mars à 21h15, en version sous-titrée en français (“Soeurs: rêve et variations”). Mettez la date à votre agenda, je serai à la Cinémathèque avec d’autres membres de l’équipe pour partager ça avec vous!


World Premiere! / Première mondiale!


*World Premiere* We are proud to announce that “Sisters: Dream & Variations” will have its world premiere at RIDM 2019, in national competition – first film, in the category “New Visions Competition”!

Director: Catherine Legault – Producer: Isabelle Phaneuf-Cyr and Catherine Legault

📽 Come see it with us :
– November 19th, 8:30PM, V.O. English/Icelandic with English subtitles
– November 21st, 6:00PM, V.O. English/Icelandic with French subtitles
At the Cinéma Cineplex Odéon Quartier Latin.


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*Première mondiale* Nous sommes fières de vous annoncer que “Soeurs : rêve et variations” aura sa première mondiale aux RIDM 2019, en compétition nationale – premier film, dans la catégorie “Compétition Nouveaux Regards”.

Réalisatrice : Catherine Legault – Productrice : Isabelle Phaneuf-Cyr et Catherine Legault

📽 Venez le voir avec nous :
– 19 novembre, 20:30, V.O. anglais/islandais avec s.t. anglais
– 21 novembre, 18:00, V.O. anglais/islandais avec s.t. français
Au Cinéma Cineplex Odeon Quartier Latin.


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Ny Vor / New Spring launches its webpage

New Spring in the Dead of Winter launches its webpage


New Spring in the Dead of Winter is an interdisciplinary performance project made by artists from Montréal, Canada, during their residency at Arts Iceland in Isafjordur from may 1st-28th which will then be presented in Iceland and Montreal. Sparked by the Icelandic texts derived from songs sung by our great-grandmother Ingibjorg Gudmundsdottir (1891-1994), this project arcs through 4 generations of women.

In New Spring visual worlds by Zuzu Knew parallel music made by Syngja, both infused by the same themes of personified nature and mythic archetypes. Their reinterpretations have become an original performance; compositions and songs with Cello, electronics, synthesizer and voice with costumes and projections that combine to create an immersive experience, both visceral and surreal.

Syngja has performed around the world, most notably for the Société des arts technologiques (SAT), Festival TransAmériques, festival MEG, M for Montreal, Suoni Per Il Popolo, Pop Montreal, Mono No Aware (Brooklyn), and BeauHaus (Brussels).

Zuzu Knew has made costumes for Tanya Tagaq, Laakkukuk Williamson Bathory, Klo Pelgag and Tommy Kruise. She has made interdisciplinary work for MIX NYC, Koumaria in Athens, Greece and NXNE, Toronto.


Artist Talk @ Edinborg Cultural Center, Isafjordur Iceland May 24th

Performance @Edinborg Cultural Center, Isafjordur Iceland, May 26th

Performance @ Eldheimar Volcano Museum, Vestmannaeyjar Iceland May 30th

Performance with IDK I IDA & Glockabelle (NYC) @ Mengi, Reykjavik Iceland, June 1st


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