Cultural activities: what to do this weekend
, Bruno Lapointe and Sarah-Émilie Nault MISE À DAY
Here are some suggestions for cultural activities to do this weekend.
Hendrix in front of 400,000 spectators
The public broadcaster PBS broadcasts the documentary Electric Church on Jimi Hendrix's concert at the Atlanta Pop Festival in July 1970. The famous and legendary American guitarist, accompanied by bassist Billy Cox and drummer Mitch Mitchell, performs the Hey Joe, Voodoo Child, Purple Haze, Room Full of Mirrors, Freedom and the Star Spangled Banner in front an estimated crowd of 400,000.
► Where: Saturday at 9 p.m. on PBS
— Yves Leclerc
Let's face it, we've all wished we could go back in time to correct a mistake. It is now possible in the universe offered by the Plan B series., whose fourth season has just landed on the tou.tv platform. Pier-Luc Funk delivers what could very well be the best performance of his career by slipping into the skin of Jessy, a young thug trying to pick up the (many) broken pots of his past. It's hard, yes, but it's mostly raw emotion and very, very big television.
► Where: on the tou.tv extra
— Bruno Lapointe
The premise: a young woman who disappears one evening in December. The main actresses: the secondary characters in this sordid story that portends the worst. To each female character, her chapter and her vision of events. Does awesome? The author addresses important themes related to women
► Secondary characters by Jeanne Dompierre, at La Shop  ;
— Sarah-Émilie Nault