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  • Louis Pelletier

    In-between his professional activities as a researcher for the International Research Partnership Technès (Université de Montréal), Cinémathèque québécoise, and the Canadian Educational, Sponsored and Industrial Film project (Concordia University), Louis Pelletier pursues multiple hobbies involving old films (like, really old), obsolete technologies, and Korean dramas. He has published on topics as varied as early cinema, silent cinema, and film exhibition in the days of early and silent cinema in journals such as Film History, 1895, The Canadian Journal of Film Studies, Found Footage, and The Journal of Film Preservation. His apartment smells of rancid projector oil, and he is co-editor of Nouvelles vues, a journal dedicated to Quebec cinema, for reasons that even he could not explain.

  • Lucie Bourassa

    Lucie Bourassa a été nommée professeure à l’Université de Montréal en 1994. Ses cours portent sur la théorie littéraire, la poésie moderne et contemporaine, les poétiques d’auteur et les liens entre poésie et musique. Ses recherches abordent des questions de poétique, entendue comme ensembles des modes de signification propres à des discours particuliers. Ses premiers travaux étaient consacrés au problème du rythme; ils ont donné lieu à deux livres: Rythme et sens, des processus rythmiques en poésie contemporaine (Balzac, “L’univers des discours”, 1993) et Henri Meschonnic. Pour une poétique du rythme (Bertrand Lacoste, 1997). Elle a ensuite travaillé sur les modes de structuration et de représentation du temps dans la prose et la poésie contemporaines et publié un livre sur ce sujet: L’entrelacs des temporalités. Du temps rythmique au temps narratif (Nota Bene, 2009). Elle est aussi intéressée aux liens entre la poétique d’auteur, la traduction et le rythme, et a obtenu en 1999 une bourse de la fondation Alexander von Humboldt pour travailler à la Freie Universität de Berlin à un projet intitulé “Philippe Jaccottet et André du Bouchet, lecteurs et traducteurs de Hölderlin”.

  • Marc-Alexandre Reinhardt

    Marc-Alexandre Reinhardt is a multidisciplinary artist, writer and researcher. His practice unfolds at the intersection of sound, text and images in the form of installations, performances and in situ interventions. His work has been shown in Quebec, Canada, Europe and South America. Since 2016, he has taken part of ACTION INDIRECTE, a collective exploring the gestures that connect art and politics.

  • Marie-Claude Loiselle

    Marie-Claude Loiselle uses her writing to pursue a poetic and philosophical exploration of cinema. She curated an exposition dedicated to French filmmakers Nicolas Klotz and Élisabeth Perceval, is a script advisor, and has been editor-in-chief of the film magazine 24 Images for many years. After collaborating as a writer and editor on the films of Sylvain L’Espérance for fifteen years, they co-directed their first film in 2019: The Song of Empedocles.

  • Marie-Douce St-Jacques

  • Mary Ellen Davis

    Born in Montréal, Mary Ellen Davis has lived in France and in Quebec. After studying cinema, she directed documentaries shot in Quebec, Guatemala, Mexico and Palestine. Since 1998, she is co-programmer of the cinema section of the Festival Présence autochtone. In 1999, she started teaching part-time at the Mel Hoppenheim school of cinema. at Concordia University. She is also the co-organizer of Regards palestiniens, from its first edition in 2007 to its 13th, in 2019. In 2015, she co-founded the collective Regards syriens and the film series La Syrie vous regarde (5th edition, November 2020)

  • Maude Trottier

    Maude Trottier holds a master’s degree in Art History. Her doctoral research project deals with the historiography of sculpture. She is member of the editorial committee of Panorama-cinéma, editor for the collective Moult Éditions and writes art and film criticism for various journals and magazines (Spirale, Vie des arts, Hors champ).

  • Maxime Labrecque

    Maxime Labrecque possède un doctorat en études cinématographiques de l’Université de Montréal. En 2017, il a publié l’essai Le film choral : Panorama d’un genre impur aux Éditions l’Instant Même. Il enseigne le cinéma au Cégep Garneau et a été chargé de cours à l’Université de Montréal. Il est membre de l’AQCC et rédacteur pour la revue Séquences, en plus d’être chroniqueur à CIBL 101,5. Il a été membre du jury pour plusieurs festivals, notamment le Festival du Nouveau Cinéma, Fantasia, Regard et le Festival International du film de Rotterdam.

  • Michael Yaroshevsky

  • Miryam Charles

    Miryam Charles (Une barque ouverte) is a filmmaker of Haitian descent living in Montreal. Her latest film Drei Atlas screened in various International film festivals and recevied a special mention from the new alchemists jury (FNC 2018), as well as the price for best experimental film at the RVQC 2019. More recently her short film Second Generation was selected for the last edition of TIFF. A retrospective of her works was featured at the cinémathèque québécoise in April 2019. In 2020 a second retrospective was presented during the 4th edition of the Third Horizon Film Festival, as well as an collaborative installation at the Leonard and Ellen Bina Art Gallery in Montreal. Miryam is currently at work on her first feature film.

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