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  • Éric Thouvenel

  • Erika Balsom

  • Évelyne de la Chenelière

    Évelyne de la Chenelière (born 1975) is a Canadian writer and actress. She is best known for her plays Désordre public, which won the Governor General’s Award for French-language drama in 2006, and Bashir Lazhar, which was the screenplay basis for the 2011 film Monsieur Lazhar.

  • Félix Dufour-Laperrière

    Born in 1981 in Chicoutimi, Quebec, Félix Dufour-Laperrière studied in Montreal where he currently works. Director, and screenwriter, his work includes animated films, documentary essays and experimental shorts. His work, which shows a constant tension between narrative and formal exploration, always maintain a close relationship with the visual and contemporary arts. His films (ONE, TWO, THREE, DUSK (2006), ROSA ROSA (2008), M (2008) and TRANSATLANTIC (2014), among others), have been screened at numerous national and international festivals, museums and events, where they won several awards. VILLE NEUVE, his first feature-length animated film, is entirely drawn with ink on paper. He is currently working on ARCHIPELAGO, an animated documentary and developing his second animated feature film, DEATH DOES NOT EXIST.

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  • Frédérick Maheux

    Frédérick Maheux is a multimedia artist whose main interests are emergent subcultures of the digital age, eschatological futurology, and speculative realism. Beside his work in experimental and documentary cinema, he creates noisy video games, produces industrial music under the name Un Regard Froid and practices the art of analogic collages. He is currently a doctoral student at UQAM in the communication department working on underground video games creation and their potential as epistemic objects.

  • Ghada Sayegh

    Ghada Sayegh lives and works in Beirut. Sayegh has a PhD in Film Studies from Paris Nanterre University, and for several years was program coordinator of the Institute of Scenic, Audiovisual and Cinematographic Studies at Saint Joseph University in Beirut, where she is currently a faculty member . Through his teaching and publications, Sayegh’s research explores experimental cinema and contemporary art in Lebanon in the face of history.

  • Ghassan Salhab

    Ghassan Salhab is a Lebanese screenwriter and film director born in Dakar, Senegal. In addition to making his own films, he collaborates on various scenarios and teaches film in Lebanon.

  • Guillaume Lafleur

    Guillaume Lafleur est directeur de la diffusion et de la programmation à la Cinémathèque québécoise. Il a publié de nombreux articles sur le cinéma contemporain, l’histoire du cinéma québécois et le cinéma expérimental. Il est l’auteur de Pratiques minoritaires, fragments d’une histoire méconnue du cinéma québécois (1937-1973), publié chez Varia, en 2015.

  • Guillaume Vallée

    Experimental filmmaker, video artist and independent curator, Guillaume Vallée graduated from Concordia University with a Major in Film Animation and MFA in Studio Arts – Film Production option. He works mainly on Super8, 16mm and VHS. His audiovisual performances have been presented in a multitude of festivals across Canada, the United States, France, Italy, Japan and Austria. His experimental films and videos, distributed by Vidéographe and Winnipeg Film Group, have been screened internationally at about thirty festivals, including ExIS (South Korea), Festival Int. du Film sur Art (Canada), Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (Canada), Int. Kurzfilmwoce Regensburg (Germany), Regards (Canada), Crossroads (United States), Oodaaq (France), Animatou (Switzerland).

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