Wapikoni : les escales

Wapikoni : les escales




Les escales dans les communautés se poursuivent, les deux studios ambulants Wapikoni sont actuellement à Long Point  of Winneway et Oujé-Bougoumou.



Suivez l’actualité de l’aventure et des jeunes cinéastes sur notre site Internet.

  Long Point First Nation (Winneway) - 25 mai au 19 juin  

Pour une deuxième année, le studio ambulant fait une escale dans la communauté algonquine de Long Point First Nation, située dans le Témiscamingue, à plus de 740 kilomètres de Montréal.   Notre dynamique équipe composée d'Aude Maltais-Landry (intervenante), Alexis Fortier-Gauthier et Frédéric Julien (cinéastes accompagnateurs) est sur place et des ateliers de cinéma ont déjà été donnés aux jeunes participants. Des projets prennent naissance, qui donneront bientôt de nouveaux films et œuvres musicales.   L'an dernier, le Wapikoni nous a permis de connaître deux excellents peintres, des mères militant pour conserver la garde des enfants dans la communauté et une jeune contorsionniste étonnante. Que nous réserve l’escale cette année?

  Oujé-Bougoumou - du 8 juin au 3 juillet   Nos formatrices Marie-Geneviève Chabot et Karine Van Ameringen, accompagnées de l’intervenante Pohanna Pyne Feinberg, partiront très bientôt pour la communauté Crie d'Oujé-Bougoumou, située à près de 60 km de Chibougamau. Ce sont maintenant des habituées de cette communauté, où elles retournent toujours avec un infini plaisir.  

Prochaines escales   Manawan: du 29 juin au 24 juillet 2009 Natashquan: du 13 juillet au 7 août 2009  


Journaux de bord et photos  

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09 June 2009

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