TCM en digital
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Available February 22 to 28, 2021 | Project led by Amara Condé
Wonghê toûn is a circus-cabaret performance interpreted exclusively by the artist Amara Condé (circus artist, dancer and musician) from Guinea. This multidisciplinary act showcases different circus techniques (clown art, Chinese pole, aerial acrobatics, tomtom and dance).
Artist and Choreographer: Amara Condé | Lighting and Set Design: Miguel Fortier | Film and Editing: Desa Desautels et Miguel Fortier | Set Construction and Painting: Samantha Sage
Je suis métisse
Available February 15 to 21, 2021 | Project led by Geneviève Pelletier
A poetic ode to French-speaking Métis ancestors. The awakening of identity in a world where French-speaking Métis culture is undergoing a renaissance. This nation is rebuilding itself more than 100 years after the rebellion that silenced it. A beautiful and strong nation, as it once was, is now and always will be. Marsi.
Makeup Tutorial by Jen Funk
Aired October 12 to 18, 2020 | Project led by Jen Funk
Jen demonstrates basic makeup and then explores art makeup.
Jen Funk is a multidisciplinary artist working in drawing, painting, and makeup among others.
Moi, seul.e (My.self)
Aired October 5 to 11, 2020 | Project led by Miguel Fortier, Emily Solstice Tait & Eric Plamondon
A multidisciplinary video that explores isolation through dance and poetry.
Artistic Direction: Miguel Fortier | Choreography & Performance: Emily Solstice Tait | Script & Narration: Eric Plamondon | Video Editing : Miguel Fortier & Emily Solstice Tait | Carpentry: Keith Damboise
Trailer for Cet été qui chantait
Aired September 19 to 25, 2020 | Project led by Marie-Ève Fontaine
A crow, carried by the breeze, flies over the mountains, the valley and finally the river. Follow her with your eyes and she guides you to the little house with green shutters, at the end of the road of Petite-Rivière-Saint-François. There you find Gabrielle watching with her shining eyes all the life in this corner of the country: the little hay dancing in the wind; the flowers blooming on a pile of manure; the white and black birds skirting the sand bars which cry out at low tide; the fireflies that twinkle at nightfall.
This show full of images and tranquility is aimed at the very young as well as the very old. Inspired by Gabrielle Roy’s book of the same name, Cet été qui chantait is a project by Marie-Ève Fontaine in collaboration with Denis Duguay, Gérald Laroche, Natalie Labossière, Pierre Robitaille and the Théâtre Cercle Molière.
Exploration, Scenario & Visual Production: Marie-Ève Fontaine | Photo Direction & Video Editing: Jonathan Lorange-Millette | Sound Conception: Gérald Laroche
Aired from September 9 to 15, 2020 | Project led by Amber O’Reilly
What is beyond death? A failed rescuer comes across dogs and children telling stories in the afterlife. Throw yourself into the sea to dive into the heart of this rocky struggle between death and oblivion.
Script and Narration: Amber O’Reilly | Animation and Video: Noel Fenez