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|CLOSING CEREMONY : TWO FILMS ON THE SPOTLIGHT|
|The International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) is pleased to announce that it will offer a closing night for its 38th online edition which ends on Sunday 29 March.This will consist of the exceptional presentation of two documentaries in their North American premiere, both celebrating the art of photography: Dora Maar, entre ombre et lumière by Marie-Eve de Grave and Dans une photo de Pierre et Gilles by Chantal Lasbats. More info.The two closing films of the 38th edition will be available online only on Sunday, March 29, from 7 p.m. to midnight, across Canada.|
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Why Are We Creative: The Centipede’s Dilemma byHermann Vaske
Germany | German / English / Japanese / French / subtitles in English | 1 h 22 min
Why are we creative? This is the question that director Hermann Vaske asked himself and that ultimately led him on a lifelong investigation to find the answer. Making its Canadian premiere, this masterful documentary, bursting with imagination and ideas, features some of the world’s most influential creative minds. In interviews with figures such as David Bowie, Stephen Hawking, Nelson Mandela and Pussy Riot, Vaske attempts to penetrate the mystery behind their creative energy. More info.
Artists discuss their film!
Discover the directors behind the films of the 38th edition. Don’t miss theses short videos giving you a unique point of view of their work.
Giovanna Borasi, instigator of the film What It Takes to Make a Home by Daniel Schwartz
Giovanna Borasi, the instigator of the film, also Director and Chief Curator of the Canadian Centre for Architecture (CCA), explains that this film is part of a trilogy on the challenges of contemporary life and focuses on the situation of the homeless, and the housing challenges this can pose for a city.
Marie-Eve de Grave, director of Dora Maar, entre ombre et lumière
Director Marie-Eve de Grave talks about her deep attachment to FIFA and the challenges she faced in making her film.
Hommage à Mouvement Perpétuel : 20 ans de création
For the past 20 years, the company Mouvement Perpétuel, founded by Marlene Millar and Philippe Szporer, has produced and directed numerous films dedicated to dance, many of which have won awards at several festivals. To celebrate their company’s 20th anniversary, they offer us a selection of their best short films, as well as a medium-length film. A unique opportunity to see or rediscover these film treasures. More info.
List of films available :
Moments in Motion/Au fil du mouvement by Marlene Millar, Philip Szporer
a soft place to fall by Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer
Butte by Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer
Quarantaine by Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer
The Greater the Weight by Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer
CRU – Lady C by Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer
Bhairava by Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer