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  • Renaud Després-Larose

    Renaud Desprès-Larose discovered at a young age that he wanted to be a flmmaker and orient his life according to this passion. He later realized that it was not enough to love cinema, but that cinema had to love him back. Since then, he has devoted himself to this, against all odds (i.e. against the “cinema world”). He has been an Hors champ collaborator since 2015.

  • Robert Daudelin

    Robert Daudelin (born May 31, 1939 in West-Shefford, Quebec) is a Canadian film administrator and historian, best known as the longtime director of the Cinémathèque québécoise (1971-2002). He was a co-founder of the Quebec film magazine Objectif, a programmer for the Montreal International Film Festival, and the first director of the Conseil québécois pour la diffusion du cinéma, and has served on the board of the International Federation of Film Archives.

  • Robin Aubert

    Robin Aubert is a director, screenwriter, actor and author. From 1997 to 1998, his participation in the televised competition for young directors “La Course Destination-Monde” (Radio-Canada) was rewarded with the Audience Award, the Silver Camera and the SODEC Award. Following its world premiere at the Toronto / TIFF Film Festival in 2005, his first feature film Saints-Martyrs-des-Damnés won the Best Director Award at the Fantasporto Fantastic Film Festival (Portugal) in 2006, then the Prix du audience at the CinEnygma Film Festival in Luxembourg, in addition to being sold in several countries including Germany, Austria, Spain, Japan, Brazil and the Netherlands. In 2009, he directed At What Time the Train to Nowhere, an experimental and independent film, shot in India, without a script, with only a production manager, a sound engineer and an actor. The film had its world premiere in the summer of 2009 at the Fantasia Festival and received at the 2010 edition of the Rendez-Vous du Cinéma québécois the Gilles-Carle Prize, awarded for the best achievement of a first or a second feature film. In 2010, the auteur drama At the Origin of a Cry received a warm welcome from critics and was selected in several festivals including Toronto / TIFF, Pusan, Valladolid, Mannheim-Heidelberg, Seattle, Boston, Mons, Paris, Nîmes, Portland and Barcelona. Tuktuq, an independent feature film shot with a small team in Nunavik, wins the Ecumenical Prize at the 2016 International Film Festival in Abitibi-Témiscamingue. Les Affamés, his 5th feature film, has its world premiere at TIFF 2017, where it wins the Award for Best Canadian Feature Film.

  • Ryan Alexander Diduck

    Ryan Alexander Diduck is an independent scholar and author. Along with Offscreen, his writing appears in Fact Magazine, The Quietus, and The Wire. Diduck’s latest book is called Mad Skills: MIDI and Music Technology in the Twentieth Century. He lives in Montreal.

  • Ryan Barnett

    Ryan Barnett is a Montreal-based creative producer and writer. Over the past 10 years, he has created thousands of minutes of bilingual video and podcast programming for the cultural sector. His work has been installed in museums, featured on CTV, CBC television and radio, in The Globe & Mail, National Post, Canada’s History, Canadian Geographic and dozens of other publications. His writing has been published by Firefly Books in North America and Éditions Glénat in Europe. Ryan is currently writing a graphic novel biography on the life and career of Buster Keaton.

  • Sabrina Ratté

    Sabrina Ratté is a Canadian artist living in Paris. Her practice includes video, animation, installations, sculptures, audio-visual performances and prints. Mixing analog technologies, photography and 3D animation, she investigates the influence of digital and physical spaces and the interplay between these surroundings and subjectivity. She was longlisted for the Sobey Art Award (CAN) in 2019 and 2020 and she is represented by Charlot Gallery in Paris and Ellephant Gallery in Montreal. Her work has been presented internationally by various institutions including Laforet Museum (Tokyo), Musée National des Beaux-arts du Québec (Quebec City), Thoma Foundation (Santa Fe), PHI Center (Montreal), Whitney Museum of Art (New York), Chronus Art Center, (Shanghai), Museum of the Moving Image (New York).

  • Samy Benammar

    Samy Benammar holds a Master’s Degree in Film Studies for the Université de Montréal. He is an artist and a film critic for the journals Hors champ, Panorama-cinéma and 24 Images. He directed Peugeot Pulmonaire (2020), Assia (2016) and Chambre noire (2018).

  • Scott Fitzpatrick

    Scott Fitzpatrick is a visual artist from Winnipeg whose film and video work has screened at underground festivals and marginalized venues worldwide. He obtained his bachelor’s degree in Film Studies at the University of Manitoba and began conducting lo-fi moving image experiments in 2010. His work has received prizes from the WNDX Festival of Moving Image, the Ann Arbor Film Festival, Onion City Experimental Film and Video Festival, Festival du Nouveau Cinema, FLEX Florida Experimental Film and Video Festival, and the Milwaukee Underground Film Festival, and was the recipient of the 2018 Winnipeg Film Group Manitoba Film Hothouse Award. In addition to producing his own work, SF presents the work of others currently as the program director of the WNDX Festival of Moving Image, and formerly as the co-founder and of the Winnipeg Underground Film Festival and Open City Cinema. SF has also curated work for the Gimli Film Festival, Antimatter Media Art, Forthwith Festival, Send + Receive, San Diego Underground Film Festival, MIRE International Film Labs Meeting, and the PRISME Festival.

  • Sébastien Hudon

    Sébastien Hudon est directeur artistique à La Bande Vidéo à Québec depuis 2011, auteur et commissaire indépendant. Il a travaillé avec nombre d’institutions muséales, dont le Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec et le Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal. À titre de commissaire, il a présenté deux expositions à la Maison Hamel Bruneau, à Québec, soit Concerto en Bleu Majeur et Photographes Rebelles à l’époque de la Grande Noirceur (1937-1961). Il a aussi présenté plusieurs autres expositions itinérantes et ponctuelles, notament Jean Soucy, Peintre Clandestin, Quelques moments d’Utopie et NYX/1993*2013. Enfin, à titre de programmateur d’œuvres cinématographiques, il a réalisé trois cycles d’œuvres filmiques et vidéographiques avec l’aide d’Antitube: Cinéastes Rebelles à l’époque de la Grande Noirceur (1937-1961), In suburbia : cinéchroniques de la banlieue et Du mythe à l’abstraction, images défrichées du cinéma québécois (1898-1950).

  • Simon Galiero

    Filmmaker and author born in Montreal in 1978.

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