SATURDAY, JUNE 11 | 5657 NORTH STREET | 7PM | 100 MINUTES | BUY TICKETS | BUY FESTIVAL PASSES
Experimental | Canada
Celebrated experimental filmmaker Alexandre Larose visits HIFF with a selection of his short works including celluloid projections on 16mm and 35mm. Alexandre’s work features extensive examples of optical printing techniques and in-camera effects. A conversation with sample footage revealing his processes will follow the screening.
ARTIFICES #1 | 4 minutes | 2007
930 | 10 minutes | 2006
VILLE MARIE | 12 minutes | 2009
BROUILLARD PASSAGE #14 | 10 minutes | 2014
LA GRANDE DAME | 3 minutes | 2011
RUE DE LA MONTAGNE | 2 minutes | 2012
Alexandre Larose is a French-Canadian artist based in Montreal. While completing a bachelor in mechanical engineering in 2001, Alexandre became interested in cinematography as a tool to re-configure temporal experiences. His moving-image practice investigates phenomena of appearance and representation as translated by the media of optics and celluloid. His work has screened internationally since 2006 at festivals including TIFF and Rotterdam.
A Q+A with Alexandre Larose will follow the screening.
Presented by Expanded Cinema Summer