#6261

#6261

The sense of belonging of eleven Montreal residents who share their local or international immigration experience is enriched by their understanding of elsewhere, others and globalization. Documentary #6261 proposes an artistic vision of the city of Montreal at the intersection of the hybrid identities of the people who live there.

When : Friday 27th _ 7 pm

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A FEW WORDS ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

nathalie lemoine, born as kimura byol, is a multidisciplinary conceptual artist and director. She focuses on multi-identities such as diaspora, displacement, colourism and gender.

In 1988, her debut short film Adoption won the Grand Prix “To Be Young in Europe” at the Brussels International Super 8mm and Video Festival.

In 1996, she won the First Prize for the Scenario Competition at the First Seoul International Documentary Film Festival for To Korea, Mother Nation. Her work is presented, exhibited and published mainly in Europe, East Asia and the Americas.

kimura byol – nathalie lemoine is an art curator seeking projects that give voice to invisible minorities. She is the cofounder of adoptee activist and diasporic artist groups and recently won the PowerHouse Prize at La Centrale Gallery. With Microclimat Films, she is developing her debut feature entitled Halmoni.

She lives in Montreal since.

SHORT FILM

CREDIT / SPECIFICATIONS

Canada

Documentary

 15 minutes

Producer : Catherine Chagnon
Director : kimura byol - nathalie lemoine
Writer : kimura byol - nathalie lemoine