StéréoKULTUR is proud to present a panorama retrospective of independent film and video works shot in Montreal and Berlin by Quebec filmmaker Lysanne Thibodeau.
This program will tour Canada from June 21 2012 onwards, with the support of the Canada Arts Council.
Lysanne Thibodeau has lived over 14 years in Germany and this experience has marked her artistic path. The program offers seven films and videos of hybrid genre, combining documentary, fiction and essay – which were made between 1978 and 2003, before, during and after her “Berlin exile”.
Through the works presented, StéréoKULTUR creates a bridge between Canadian films shot in Germany and Canadian films inspired by a German experience, connecting the two cultures and producing intercultural exchange between artist and audience.
Lysanne Thibodeau will be presenting her works in different media art centers and will give a workshop and an artist talk on the topics addressed following the projection.
The first centers hosting the retrospective are: MediaNet in Victoria June 21-22, PAVED Arts in Saskatoon July 6-7 and the Filmpool in Regina July 9-10.
The presentation will pursue its path throughout Canada in the Fall of 2012.
Join us on Saturday, June 9, at 2:45PM for our public screening SOCCER BBQ on the terrace of the bar St-Laurent Frappé! The entrance is free.
Let’s celebrate the European Soccer Cup together! Germany-Portugal: Saturday, June 9, 2:45PM
Germany-Denmark: Sunday, June 17, 2:45PM
BAR St-Laurent Frappé, 3900 Boulevard Saint-Laurent, Montreal, (514) 289-9462
Depending on how far our German team will get, we will inform you about the following SOCCER BBQs on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/StereoKULTUR.org Please take the opportunity to „Like“ our FB page and help us spread the word! THANKS!
Spring is there and we are finally ready to spoil you with an exceptional CONCERT FILM evening!
StéréoKULTUR presents the beautiful encounter of the full length German animation film of 1926, The Adventures of Prince Achmed with the genius Quebec trio, Small World Project, on June 8th, 2012, 6:30PM at laCinémathèque québécoise.
The musical trio will play live, for the first time, the soundtrack they have been composing especially for this extraordinary film of German film maker Lotte Reiniger.
A poetic evening inspired from the 1001 Nights depicted with colourful silhouettes and music.
This year, we decided to start the holiday season by celebrating St. Nikolaus with you. This time, you can’t be mistaken about the day, as we celebrate it on December 6th starting at 6 p.m. in LES PAS SAGES, 951 Rachel East. Free admission!
For the thirsty, the hardworkers, the chilly and the hungry: mulled wine, pretzels and gingerbread shall make you feel better.
The general atmosphere will be taken care of by musician David Simard who will play traditional Quebec music.
And as Christmas approaches, we thought we could help you with your shopping so we took the liberty to select a few exhibitors, whose work will sure appeal to you:
- jewelry from bike tubes and lamps from subway posters by OTRA DESIGN. free viagra samples
- a line of eco-conscious T-shirts printed in Quebec with environment-friendly water-based inks by PLB store. cheap viagra pills free shipping
- elderberry jams and jellies by Karine Jankovsky – PS: We have tasted it and it’s yammilicious!!
- handbags, baby shoes, hair bead, etc. by Radiolisal. www.etsy.com/shop/radiolisal
The opening game will confront Germany and Canada … our hearts will swing, but in order to encourage those two Women’s Soccer teams, come and have a drink and celebrate with us on June 26 at noon. This event will be presented by StéréoKULTUR in collaboration with the Goethe Institut.
StéréoKULTUR is proud to co-present a unique event: the Montreal concert of the Swiss a-cappella revelation ‘The Glue’.
The Glue, that is a-cappella at its finest – modern, young, and with a good touch of humor. Currently they are presenting their program ‘Kin’ de lele’ on a North-American tour. In the Montreal concert the five performers will feature songs in German, English and Italian.
THE GLUE – KIN’ DE LELE Sunday, March 13, 2011
Doors: 7pm. Concert 8pm
Centre Des arts KoSA, 5325 Avenue Crowley (métro Vendôme), Montréal Tickets: 20,- (at the door), 15,- for members of StéréoKULTUR (please contact us at 514-845-8401 for more information)
The Glue – band without instruments
For the past thirteen years the “band without instruments” has been enthusing their audience. The 5 young men have already produced four albums and a DVD and have been on stage over six hundred times all over Europe, for example in Germany, France and the Czech Republic. In March 2011 they travel to the US and to Canada for the first time, in order to perform their self-written songs. Country-music, Latin Salsa, East-European Gipsy tunes or African tribal sounds, there’s no style they would’nt adapt… Their specialty is their unconventional performance, and the group astounds no matter the setting. Private and intimate in small theatres, bombastic and with perfect choreographies on the big stage. Notable highlights thus far have been as Swiss support at the FIFA World Cup 2006 in Germany, being honored and performing live concerts on Swiss Radio DRS, and sold-out performances at the concert house in Basel. In November 2011 they received the cultural award of the canton Basel-Landschaft and qualified themselves among the top 5 out of 500 groups for the swiss finals of the Eurovision Song Contest.
The Glue are currently on the road throughout Switzerland, Germany, Czech Republic, Canada and USA where they perform their program “Kin’ de Lele”, charming and enthusing crowds all over with their unusually comical yet still always professional musical performance.
Presented by Blue Sunshine & Big Smash! Film Collective
Co-presented with StéréoKULTUR | Director Lysanne Thibodeau in Person
Saturday March 26th , Blue Sunshine, 3660 Blvd. St-Laurent, Montreal, Doors: 6:45pm | Film 7:30pm
Independent filmmaker Lysanne Thibodeau (aka Li-san Tibodo) spent 15 years in Europe, where her early work – mixing experimental, essay, documentary and fiction – caught the attention of fellow filmmakers Jim Jarmusch, Elfie Mikesch, Monika Treut, Rosa von Praunheim and Wim Wenders. Complementing the Berlin-based work will be some of Thibodeau’s first films from Montreal, as well as her 2001 autobiographical video essay Ode to a Journey Home / Éloge du Retour. Music/collaboration by Einstürzende Neubauten, Kraftwerk, Christiane F., Der Wahre Heino, The Contortions and more!
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MONTREAL – BERLIN + BACK = 30 YEARS OF INDEPENDENT CINEMA / THE FILMS OF LYSANNE THIBODEAU
Lysanne Thibodeau (alias Li-san Tibodo in Berlin) is a Canadian independent filmmaker who has lived fifteen years in Berlin. Her work brings together documentaries, experimental fiction, art and essay cinema. With a transnational perspective, the themes involved in this retrospective deal with the quest for identity, memory, the Berlin Wall, exil, homeland, the origins of Francophones in America, aboriginal values, family, survival, life and death, creation process, art and the poetic narration.
FRIDAY MARCH 11 2011- 7 pm Memory on the essay and autobiographical documentary. 4 films, total lenght: 2′ 55” followed by a Q & A
SATURDAY MARCH 12 2011 – 7pm Experimental fiction in the 80 & 90’s, 7 films, 1h20, 9 films, total lenght: 1′ 10” (70 min.) , followed by an interactive Q&A
All program will be followed by an interactive Q & A session (in French and English). Free admission
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