At the invitation of the EUNIC network in Montreal, Cartooning for Peace is pleased to organize the conference "Dessin de presse, libres d'en rire? "with the press cartoonists Chapleau (Quebec), Kap (Spain), Marie Morelle (France), Pierre Kroll (Belgium), and the moderation of Marion Dupont, journalist and contributor to France Culture.
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from June 1st, 2021, every Tuesday in June from 3 to 7 pm.
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Past as Process is a program of nine films that trouble the notion of fixed histories. The Gestalt of history is not a figure, it is a process of configuration. This process of shaping the past is sculptural, artistic, and creative, which is why film lends itself so well to our understanding of time and memory.
Join City Lights, the Goethe-Institut, and Gray Area for Revisions, a festival exploring how technological bias shapes our cultural realities.
With documentaries from four decades, the film series Signs of Resistance presents 14 films about civil society engagement, protest and emancipation movements, culture of remembrance, migration and environmental issues.