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Table ronde | Le défi d’unir les ressources cinématographiques en Estrie

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Sunday, 14 April | 10:00 Café 440 Add to my favourites

The issue of pooling cinema equipment and resources is an ever-present issue that many local organizations in Estrie are eager to solve.
The territory is vast, and the local workforce aspires to create a strong, autonomous film industry in Estrie. During this round table, experts will discuss the advantages, challenges and implications of the cooperative model and the challenges of mutualization. Finally, a case study will be presented, and an open discussion with the audience will close the roundtable.

Guests: Kristalna Vincent-Douville (Regional Director for Estrie and Montérégie – Coopérative de développement régional du Québec), Cynthia Collette (Director General – Pôle d’entrepreneuriat collectif de l’Estrie) and Vincent Bourassa (Director General – SLA location).

The Grand Angle team and the emerging Du Levant équipement project will also be invited to present their business model and challenges in a more participative setting.

Moderator : Catherine Legaré-Pelletier

Free activity

Registration required

Presented by the Bureau Estrien de l’Audiovisuel et du Multimédia (BEAM)


In the presence of

Catherine Legaré-Pelletier

Hailing from Gaspésie, Catherine Légaré-Pelletier has established herself as an influential figure in the film industry and cultural organization management. Her ten-year career in Montreal within recognized institutions such as the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership and Québec Cinéma, and especially as the director of Plein(s) Écran(s) – the first film festival on Facebook – speaks volumes about her deep commitment to cultural accessibility and her business acumen. Her expertise in digital marketing and cinema, combined with a strategic positioning, earned her a spot on the programming advisory committee of TV5, where she represents the province of Quebec. Catherine has…

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  • Sunday, 14 April | 10:00 - Café 440