CLOSING FILM NOT TO BE MISSED ✨ WOCHIIGI LO: END OF THE PEACE

The film Wochiigi lo: End of the Peace by Haida filmmaker Heather Hatch will be screened at the closing ceremony of the festival following the 25th edition of the RIDM awards ceremony at 7 pm at the Imperial Cinema.

The film focuses on BC Hydro’s construction of a third dam on the Peace River, located in the heart of the unceded territory of many Aboriginal nations.

The screening is available with the purchase of a ticket or a RIDM passport.

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UXDOC CLOSING COCKTAIL

For those who would like to discover the works of the UXdoc component one last time and network with artists and other professionals, a UXdoc closing cocktail will be held in the Foyer Luce-Guilbeault of the Cinémathèque québécoise, this Saturday, November 26, starting at 4 p.m.

Please note that UXdoc will remain open until Sunday, November 27 at 5 pm.

FILMS TO SEE THIS WEEKEND

L’île de Sukwan by Perihan Incegöz & Jonathan Tremblay

With the help of her parents, a child constructs the buildings of an imaginary island in the middle of the Thai jungle, the secret of which she alone knows.

Presented on November 25 & 26 at the Salle Crave of the Cinémathèque québécoise.

An Eternity of You and Me by Sanne This

Tinged with a humour capable of revealing the absurdity sometimes grafted onto the drama, this film documents the filmmaker’s artificial insemination treatments.

Presented November 25 & 27 at the Cinéma du Parc & the Cinémathèque québécoise.

What About China? by Trinh T. Minh-Ha

The filmmaker and theorist has written a spellbinding essay that is part of the continuity of a cinematographic work that she has been developing with intellectual vigour for 40 years.

Presented on November 25 & 27 at the Cinémathèque québécoise.

Les Voix Croisées by Raphaël Grisey & Bouba Touré

This intertwined story immerses us in a movement of resistance and decolonization, as well as exposes a migration driven by a desire for emancipation and food independence.

Presented on November 26 at the Cinémathèque québécoise.

Anhell69 by Theo Montoya

A mournful and melancholic portrait of a queer Colombian youth destroyed by violence and war, which liberates and destroys itself in its unabashed nihilism.

Presented on November 26 at Cinéma du Parc.

Foragers by Jumana Manna

In a film that is both contemplative and whimsical, Jumana Manna shows how the simple act of picking wild herbs can become an act of anti-colonial resistance.

Presented November 25 & 27 at Cinéma du Parc & Cinémathèque québécoise.

A FINAL LISTENING SESSION!

This Sunday, November 27, at 3 p.m. in the Salle Crave of the Cinémathèque québécoise, the public will be able to enjoy the work of five trios who were invited by Transistor Média to participate in Kino-radio last October. Their objective was to create, in 48 hours, an original sound work of fewer than 10 minutes in length, based on the theme “Au cœur d’un samedi soir”. The result of this friendly competition will be presented free of charge in the presence of the artists.

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