I go out, I rest

Je sors, je reste

Weekend from 26 to 28 June 2020

Blow of heart


My skin

After the great success of his album Irreversible, Sarahmée launches this week the music video for My skin is the most recent single from this album. In the heart of the debates of the movement Black Lives Matter, the rapper delivers a song symbolic to the tunes of reggae that deals with themes of self-acceptance and valuing of difference. Pretending to be an ode to human beauty in all its shades of skin, the music video directed by Alexandre Authier (Rymz, Tizzo) puts forward the dance that expresses, among other things, the social upheaval the current. *Released on the 25th June – Available on YouTube

I rest



While drive-ins have officially reopened their doors for the summer season, the studio multimedia and experiential montreal’s Moment Factory this unique multimedia experience, which redefines the open-air cinema. VROOM was born out of a collaboration between Moment Factory, and the Ciné-Parc Orford. The whole family is invited, until 12 July, to view a variety of short films of fairy tales youth selected, among the collection of the national film Board of Canada. This evening on the big screen will take you into a world that is magical and festive. *From this evening at sunset at the Ciné-Parc Offord – 2751, rue Roméo-Lacroix, Sherbrooke


Gilles Villeneuve : speed

Question to catch the fever of the Formula 1, even if it has not taken place this year, the director Jean Bourbonnais presents the documentary Gilles Villeneuve : At any rate, a little over 38 years after his death. On the screen, the pilot automotive quebec is told in a way never seen before, and relating the pivotal moments of his brilliant career. Several unpublished accounts and archives, which have never yet been shown on tv lift the veil on the man behind the steering wheel, which mark even today the imagination. *Tonight at 20h on ICI Radio-Canada and available on Ici.tou.tv


The bride

Choose the king or the one she truly loves? The famous novelist Kiera Cass returns with a new series, The bride, after the success of his novel The Selection which has just been bought by Netflix. It takes us this time to the court of Coroa, where reign the young and handsome king Jameson, known for its many conquests. The seductive Hollis Brite grew up there and his majesty wants to make her his legitimate wife. While Jameson is on the verge of announcing their engagement, Hollis makes the unexpected meeting of a young noble from a neighboring kingdom…Relinquish it to its destiny royale? * Released 12 June

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