HABITAT: Experimental Visions of Montreal

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This screening gathers together six decades of artists’ films that collectively refract the diverse nature of Montreal’s unique urban environment. From distinctive architectural markers like Habitat ‘67, Parc du Mont-Royal and Place Ville Marie to anonymous snowscapes, moon plays, and back alley explorations, these works compose a fluid, unfixed cinematic city that is at once dystopic and utopic, eerily empty and actively engaged, brutish and brimming with life.

Films by: Julian Biggs, Alexandre Larose, Arthur Lipsett, Daïchi Saïto, Michael Snow, Malena Szlam, and more.

Curated by Leo Goldsmith & Brett Kashmere for SCMS 2015

Free for SCMS members. $5 General Admission

Presented by ExFM (Experimental Film and Media) and CinemArts (Cinema and Art History) Scholarly Interest Groups and Double Negative filmmaking and programming collective, along with the Documentary, Nontheatrical Film and Media, and Urban Studies SIGs.



Thursday, March 26, 2015 - 20:00 to Friday, March 27, 2015 - 19:55


  • 4848 boul. Saint-Laurent
    H2T1R5   Montreal
    45° 31' 18.6564" N, 73° 35' 25.5444" W