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RESTORE, DISTRIBUTE

The cinema is the image and the voice of the 20th century. The first century when life was captured by an instrument of marvels: the cinematographer. Images that have grown fragile over time, images that have to be restored and distributed for the world’s memory.

Friday November 20 11:00 am
UQAM – Pavillon Judith-Jasmin – Salle Pierre-Bourgault

RESUSCITATED IMAGES

For the world of cinema, there is no Venice Charter, as there is for the world’s architectural heritage. Yet, through its expertise, L'Immagine Ritrovata de Bologne is defining the rules for resurrecting the cinematographic patrimony.

Friday November 20 4:00 pm
UQAM – Pavillon Judith-Jasmin – Salle Pierre-Bourgault

WOMEN OF CINEMA

Despite the fact that the first fiction director in the world was a woman, Alice Guy, in 1895, men quickly took over almost the entire space both behind and in front of the camera. One hundred and twenty years later, what place do women of cinema hold in the 7th art?

Saturday November 21 november 3:30 pm
UQAM – Pavillon Judith-Jasmin – Salle Pierre-Bourgault

Preceded by the film Alice Guy tourne une photoscène by Alice Guy

PERRAULT & BRAULT, THE SIAMESE BROTHERS

They remained together for a long time in their quest for images of the soul and of reality. Once they went their separate ways, Perrault continued with his vision of the world and Brault turned his camera towards the imaginary side of an invented world.

Saturday November 21 6:00 pm
UQAM – Pavillon Judith-Jasmin – Salle Pierre-Bourgault

Exhibitions

120 YEARS OF GAUMONT

Gaumont, the oldest cinematographic company in the work was born at the same time as the cinema and is celebrating its 120th anniversary this year. For this occasion, an exhibit of Gaumont’s most beautiful posters will be presented at the Cinémathèque québécoise in Montréal.

THE MOST BEAUTIFUL POSTERS

The cinema poster has marked generations and continues to enable films to travel through time today in the public’s memory. To celebrate Éléphant ClassiQ, it seemed natural to make room for the younger generation working in the graphics world, by organizing a contest to create the poster for our first event celebrating the splendors of restored films from here and elsewhere. From November 17 to December 18, 2015, come and discover the 20 best posters in Québecor’s Espace musée at 612 Saint-Jacques St., in Montréal.
 
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