Sept.6Sept.82019

Special event

Past Event

A third edition celebrating the links between radio and literature.

Tickets:
Price per session: $10
SATURDAY Passeport: $30
SUNDAY Passeport: $30
FESTIVAL Passeport: $50
Taxes and fees included

Entrance:
407, Saint-Pierre Street
Montreal (Québec) H2Y 2M3

*Following the purchase of a passport, you will be asked to reserve your seats for the sessions you want to attend. This step is necessary to ensure your places.

Résonance: the festival of radio art, podcast and sound creation​, initiated in 2016 by Magnéto, partners this year with the Phi Centre. This three-day event will offer collective listening sessions, interviews and live performances that honour the art of sound. Résonance is the opportunity to discover new and original documentaries and works of fiction, as well as some of today’s greatest artists in the field.

The theme of this year’s edition, ​The Invisible Writing​, aims to introduce audiences to the historical links between radio and literature, possibilities to imagine for the future, but also, to recognize radio and podcasts as forms of writing. To exemplify this approach, this year’s spokesperson will be Marie-Louise Arsenault, a great radio artist herself (​Plus on est de fous plus on lit​, Radio-Canada) and essential voice of the literary community.

Friday, September 6

5:30 PM
On air/En ondes
Launch of the Festival
*Free admission (RSVP via the box office)

8 PM
Lire, c'est vivre
The Festival takes off with a collective listening session followed by a discussion with authors and directors Marie-Laurence Rancourt and Alexandra B Lefebvre.

9 PM
Le son de GLOWZI
Dance party and a DJ set by GLOWZI
*Free admission (RSVP via the box office)

Saturday, September 7

11 AM
Littérature et création radio: une identité commune?
A talk with Clara Dupuis-Morency (writer), Marie-Louise Arsenault (animator, Radio-Canada) and Réjane Bougé (writer, UNEQ), animated by Marie-Laurence Rancourt (Magnéto)

2:30 PM
Être, venir, aller
A production by Le Bruit and the Fureur ASBL that tells the story of four teenagers waiting for legal status at Belgium’s borders. Presented by sound designer Catherine Van der Donckt.

4 PM and 7:30 PM
La Punition and Un voyage en Durasie
The first is about confinement in prison and the second is an archive treasure based on Marguerite Duras’s writing (produced respectively by Magnéto and Radio-Canada).

5:30 PM
Entretien devant public: le processus de création d’un balado d’enquête
A talk where columnist Eugénie Lépine-Blondeau receives creators Stéphane Berthomet and Cédric Chabuel, who are working on a new investigation following their Disparue(s) podcast. A carte blanche and a premiere of ICI PREMIÈRE.

9 PM
Fahrenheit 451
A collective listening session of and a sound adaptation of Ray Bradbury’s great novel, directed by Alexandre Plank and produced by France Culture.

11 PM
Versions nocturnes: des voix inquiétées par la fiction
A listening session bringing together five literary voices who play with the codes of nocturnal shows to offer a fun experience on the relation between radio and literature.

Sunday, September 8

11 AM
Classe de maître d'Aurélie Charon
A master class with Aurélie Charon from France Culture on the subject of radio writing, hosted by Marie-Laurence Rancourt. A discussion with the audience will follow.

2:30 PM
Carte blanche aux Productions Porte Parole
An original idea and surprise event where we are invited to experience a unique event by the creator of the successful play J’aime Hydro.

4 PM
La question oubliée: micro-ouvert aux auteur.e.s
This closing event brings together ten writers who were asked to identify “the” question never asked during radio interviews. A playful event to be anticipated.

Detailed program

Magnéto is the first organization in Quebec to devote itself to radio creation in podcast format. Major players in the field having imposed themselves from the start through the quality of their productions, Magnéto participates to the dynamism of the medium and its recognition among institutions and the general public, while confirming radio art and podcasting as artistic disciplines.

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