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  • VIRTUAL REALITY AND CINEMA - September 19, 2019 - 6 pm - 9 pm
  • VIRTUAL REALITY AND CINEMA

    19

    Sep


    VIRTUAL REALITY AND CINEMA

    Meetup - Off-Session

    Date / Heure
    19 September 2019
    6 pm - 9 pm

    Lieu
    Main Film
    2025 rue Parthenais, Montréal, Qc, H2K 3T2, local #301


    Free entry with advance booking

    Guests | Félix Lajeunesse (Félix et Paul Studios)

    When we talk about virtual reality cinema and immersive narrativity, Félix Lajeunesse and Paul Raphaël are certainly the leaders in the field. Indeed, the co-founders and creative directors of Studios Felix & Paul constantly are reinventing the standards and discovering new ways to exceed our expectations. By combining camera systems and post-production software, which they themselves developed with a thoughtful and nuanced approach towards filmmaking, Félix & Paul create high-end cinematic experiences that turn heads throughout the industry – and around the world. They collaborated with Cirque du Soleil, Jurassic World, LeBron James, and Presidents Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Recipients of an Emmy, they work tirelessly to push the limits of virtual reality.

     

    The meeting will be followed by a viewing of the studio’s works (Oculus helmets)

  • MEETING NADINE GOMEZ - September 26, 2019 - 6 pm - 9 pm
  • MEETING NADINE GOMEZ

    26

    Sep


    MEETING NADINE GOMEZ

    Meetup - Documentary cinema - Fall 2019

    Date / Heure
    26 September 2019
    6 pm - 9 pm

    Lieu
    Main Film
    2025 rue parthenais, Montreal, Quebec, H2K 3T2, #301


    Free entry upon registration for members / 10$ non-membre

    An event not to be missed for filmmakers and documentary lovers! Nadine Gomez (The Horse Palace, Metro, Exarcheia, The song of birds) will discuss her experiences, artistic approaches, working philosophies, and her influences.

    An UQÀM graduate, Nadine Gomez completed a master’s degree in communication. Since then, urban issues have fascinated her and are serving as a filter for reflecting about the world. Launched in 2012, The Horse Palace, her first feature-length documentary, questions transformations in the urban space. In 2015, she presents Métro, a short documentary essay that takes a fresh look at Montreal’s underground network and its unique and imposing architecture. Her second feature film – Exarcheia, the song of birds – shot in Athens in the Exarcheia district, was released in theaters this year. The director also develops different projects (TV, podcasts, unique works, web) while sitting on the Montreal Arts Council film committee and the DOC Québec executive committee.

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