As part of the IN SITU screenings series, la lumière collective presents Collective: Louise Bourque & Miryam Charles on June 28, 2022 at 6:30 p.m.
In the presence of the filmmakers.
- Just words (Louise Bourque, 1991, 16mm, color, sound, 10 mins)
- Cracks (Louise Bourque, 1999, 16mm, color, sound, 2 mins 30 secs)
- Self-portrait / post-mortem (Louise Bourque, 2002, 35mm, color, sound, 2 mins 30 secs)
- The Shard of Evil (Louise Bourque, 2005, 35mm, color, sound, 8 mins)
- Remains (Louise Bourque, 2011, 16mm, color, sound, 5 mins)
- Song for the New World (Miriam Charles, 2021, Canada, 9 mins)
- Second Generation (Miriam Charles, 2019, Canada, 5 mins)
- Drei Atlas (Miriam Charles, 2018, Haiti/Quebec, 7 mins)
- A fortress (Miriam Charles, 2018, Haiti/Quebec, 6 mins)
Info : https://lalumierecollective.org/
Tickets : https://lalumierecollective.org/boutique/#billets
Louise Bourque is a French-Canadian filmmaker who studied cinema at Concordia University in Montreal and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After thirty years spent in the United States and elsewhere, she recently returned to settle in her native Edmonton, New Brunswick. His films have been screened in some fifty countries and broadcast on PBS and Sundance Channel in the United States, as well as Télé-Québec in Canada and SBS in Australia. His work has been shown in prestigious museums and galleries around the world, including the Musée de la Civilization and the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec in Quebec City; the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC; the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York. – [Lightcone]
Miryam Charles is a Haitian-born director, producer and cinematographer living in Montreal. She has produced several short and feature-length fiction films. She is also the director of several short films. His films have been presented at various festivals in Quebec and internationally. She has just completed the production of This house, a hybrid feature film between documentary and fiction which had its world premiere at the Berlinale this winter and which won the Sylvester prize at the Indielisboa.