Once again this year, the Soirées d’Écoute Publique collective (ecoutemtl.ca) invites you to discover the pinnacle of audio and radio creativity. Thanks to the RIDM, we will take over a movie theater for a long listening session in the dark. It will be a double bill, with the winner of our Canada-wide short-form competition followed by a feature-length Swiss production recorded in Quebec. A session without images, to the delight of the ears.
Demain les Innus
Jonas Pool | Switzerland | 2014 | 56 min | French, Innu
From Sept-Îles to Schefferville, discover the life of Nitassinan, the ancestral land of the Innu, now scarred and divided by mines and dams.
Demain les Innus will be preceded by the short film Nouer & dénouer by Alexandra Viau.
Nouer & dénouer
Alexandra Viau | 10 min |
Cynthia is 15 years old. On a training sailboat, she will discover how to read winds and live in an overcrowded environment. As a lonely girl used to live in a bubble, it won’t be easy for her to develop relationships. She will confide in her diary a memorable encounter on board.
The event will be held in French.
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