20 articles pour #entrevue

Alors que le tournage de Premières vues, seul magazine culturel entièrement consacré au cinéma et à la télévision d’ici, se déroulait au Centre Phi, l’animateur Frédéric Corbet nous a partagé ses coups de cœur cinématographiques et ses incontournables, en plus de nous faire quelques révélations sur la saison en cours.

Renowned video artist Omer Fast is known for producing work that latches on to the viewer’s psyche and refuses to let go, consuming that pesky part of the mind that craves clarity, closure and concrete answers for days, weeks or, sometimes, even months.

 

Remainder, Fast’s first foray into feature filmmaking, is no exception; while the film kicks off with a seemingly straightforward Hollywood narrative, viewers will be desperate for a second viewing the moment credits start to roll.

The recording artist and her music video collaborators star in Phi’s new roundtable discussion video.

 

The talk features FOXTROTT (a.k.a. Montreal musician Marie-Hélène L. Delorme) and two of her music video collaborators: director Kevin Calero and choreographer Wynn Holmes, who created the dances within the trilogy.

One could say Christmas came really early (i.e., last August) for Kid Koala enthusiasts – and the gifting season still hasn’t let up.

 

Eric San, our world-famous and highly sought-after turntablist-next-door, hosted a string of events last August right here in his hometown: a make-your-own-robot dance party, ice cream-driven culinary collaborations, another edition of his popular Music To Draw To events… That was all leading up to his spectacularly moving live puppet show Nufonia Must Fall.

One of the first things that will strike you about scratchmaster general Eric San—on equal footing with his infectious laugh, let’s say—is just how averse he is to operating on auto-pilot.

 

Since the mid-1990s, this affable Vancouver transplant has continually upended expectations, making a name for himself as the inventive turntablist Kid Koala while also breaking out as a DJ, graphic novelist, film composer and bike tour organizer.

De maquilleuse de renommée internationale à joaillière, Julie Bégin a un parcours des plus fascinants. Originaire de Montréal et née de parents québécois et européens, elle rêvait de devenir scientifique pour changer le monde dans son laboratoire.

 

Après avoir entamé des études collégiales en sciences, elle réalise que le quotidien manque un peu de poésie à son goût.

Chacun des projets de la designer s’appuie sur une réflexion et une prise de position ingénieuses à l’égard du vêtement: ses fonctionnalités, sa valeur sensorielle, sa charge émotive, son potentiel narratif et ses orientations idéologiques.

Cosmos est un oiseau rare dans le paysage cinématographique québécois. Une fresque en six temps qui reste toujours aussi éloquente et actuelle.

Few producers have proven to be as skilled at winning over both the mainstream and the underground as Lunice Fermin Pierre II.

La fin n’est en fait que le début, si on en croit Ariane Brunet-Juteau, créatrice de la griffe québécoise Kinsu.