A co-presentation with the 41st Festival du nouveau cinéma and HORS CHAMP
LET THERE BE LIGHT CONE!
30 Years of Experimental Cinema
Emmanuel Lefrant (Director, Light Cone) in attendance!
PART 1: COLLECTION VIVANTE
Sunday, Oct. 14 | 6:30PM | CinemaSpace
PART 2: FIGURES
Monday, Oct. 15 | 6:30PM | CinemaSpace
Buy tickets for the Part 2
Energie! (2007) by Thorsten Fleisch: courtesy of Light Cone
Established in 1982, Paris-based Light Cone is one of the largest distributors of experimental film in Europe, with a catalogue of more than 3,500 titles. This year, Light Cone celebrates its 30th anniversary. To acknowledge the organization’s extraordinary work, we offer two programs that highlight its brilliant collection, its inventive programming and the absolute necessity of its existence. In collaboration with the FNC, Hors champ and the Segal Centre’s CinemaSpace.
Tickets: Regular $12.00 | Students & Seniors $8.00
In conjunction with Let There Be Light Cone!: 30 Years of Experimental Cinema, the 41st Festival du nouveau cinéma, Hors champ, the Double Negative Collective and CinemaSpace co-present:
LIVE PROJECTION PERFORMANCE BY THE COLLECTIVE NOMINOË (France)
Sunday, Oct. 16 | 8:30PM | Quartier Général du FNCN
Nominoë explores the multiple facets of film through performance pieces involving multi-screen projections, multi-projector experiments and live soundtracks.
Courtesy of Nominoë
Let There Be Light Cone!: 30 Years of Experimental Cinema and Live Projection Performance by Nominoë have been made possible through the financial support of the Montreal Arts Council.