Wednesday, May 11, 2022

HÉÂTRE OUTREMONT L'Art en vues series is back for the month of May 2022!

L'Art en vues series is back for the month of May 2022!

Le FIFA is partnering with the Theatre Outremont for the L'Art en vues series in order to offer, throughout the year, a selection of the best films on art related to architecture, painting, photography, dance and engaged art.

On the agenda in May : 

Sunday May 15 at 4pm 
Charlotte Perriand, pionnière de l'art de vivre by Stéphane Ghez

Free and committed woman, designer and architect Charlotte Perriand is a key designer of the 20th century. With its captivating narration and exceptional archival footage, this documentary by Stéphane Ghez brings us into the intimacy of an activist for modernity and freedom.

Sunday May 22 at 4pm
May B by David Mambouch, presented in collaboration with Danse Danse

Maguy Marin's May B is loosely based on the work of Samuel Beckett. With her ten performers with clay-coated bodies, May B captures a humanity of the poor, the old, the exiles, whose bodies are at the antipodes of all classical and idealized representations of the dancing body. 


Le FIFA is proud to announce the screening of Hugo Latulippe's film Je me soulève at the Institut français du Maroc in Casablanca on June 9. The film was presented at the 40th edition of le FIFA and received the award for best Canadian film.

The Festival continues to promote Canadian cinema outside the country, building many strategic partnerships and promoting its expertise in programming and disseminating art films.




From May 20th to June 5th, ARTS.FILM is partnering with the Canadian Centre for Architecture and the information website Kollectif to present a selection of 5 films of architectural exploration by renowned video artists Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine.

Available online for free for subscribers to the platform and at a price of $10 for all. *Taxes included, ticketing fees not included.




Le désert by Frédérique Laliberté and Sarah L'Hérault

Exploring the relationship between reality and trickery, between the concrete event and its fiction, the directors have fun simulating, and extrapolating what is and what could have been. In this film, an artwork examines its own existence after being abandoned in the Sahara desert, opening up a reflection on objects, mirages, and the edges of reality. An original concept and artistic experience and a trip to unknown ground.

 Contemporary Art and Performing Art


Jaeborn, numéro par numéro by Roger Gariépy

In March 2015, three paintings by Matt Jaeborn were auctioned at Christies in London. These paintings are surprising: they are painted by number made when the artist was a child. The triptych takes off for $14 million. Who is behind this crazy purchase? The major collectors? The Russian mafia? The painter himself? A fascinating investigation that uncompromisingly addresses the excesses of contemporary art.

 Painting and Contemporary Art



79$ per year

(taxes included, ticketing fees not included)




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