Blow of heart
Documentary: The tournament
It is Canada day tomorrow! As the national sport of our beautiful country is hockey, why not dive in this documentary on the sledge hockey? The public will be able to attend a tournament that pits young Canadians to Americans in this feature film directed by Sam Vint, a Winnipeg métis. In the background, this sport was designed for people with physical disabilities was not great-something different to hockey, and the youth of the Sledgehammers we do realize fairly quickly.
Available on NFB.ca since June 17,
I go out
Emergences and convergences
The Phi Centre has reopened its doors and presents its summer exhibition. Emergences and convergences is composed of scale immersive installations from local and international artists that bring a reflection on the effects of the confinement on our collective consciousness. Very topical!
Today, between 10am and 19pm at the Phi Centre – 315, rue Saint Paul West
Shadow Offering – Braids
The montreal band Braids has released a new album which happens to be the most personal of his discography. The opus of nine compositions to the sounds of rock art deals with themes of love, justice and happiness.
Released on 19 June
The Last I love you
Daniel O. Brouillette offers us here his first novel. He was inspired by his own experiences and confidences of the people of his village. Rita and Oscar are very much in love. However, the disease will cause the mother of seven children in death. The novel describes the last days of Rita, while the suffering has taken the place in his life. She remembered the period, all the same, all the wonderful moments.
Released on 10 June