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Va vers toi

Documentary
Free activityQuébec cinema

This movie is presented with:

Ciné-Échange | Va vers toi Thursday, 11 April | 14:30 Consult the activity

                                    Poster of Va vers toi

Québec cinema

presented by Hydro-Québec

Documentary on the inner world and the life that lies within us. Beyond the visible and the facades, this film aims to be an honest and caring exploration of the light and shadows present in each of us. Without religion, animated by life, humility and wisdom, around fifteen speakers from all walks of life share with us their discoveries, their failures and their victories in this area. Simple and magnificent images punctuate the subject. An introspective, philosophical and psychological film full of beauty, to be seen and rewatched several times!

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With Guillaume Tremblay, producer

Director

Xavie Jean-Bourgeault

Country

Canada - Québec and France

Year

2023

Duration

58 min

Category

Documentary

Language

French
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Guests

In the presence of

Nathalie Plaat

Nathalie Plaat is a clinical psychologist, author, and columnist for Le Devoir newspaper. She also co-created Ciné-Moi, a Festival cinéma du monde de Sherbrooke activity that combines mental health and cinema. She is currently pursuing doctoral studies at the CERC at the Université de Sherbrooke. In 2023, Somme toute/Le Devoir published her book Chroniques d'une main tendue - Courtepointes et autres récits de soi. Faced with our modern-day psychological challenges, she invites us to move away from the standard pathological analysis of the human condition.

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Will attend:

  • Thursday, 11 April | 14:30 - Baobab - café de quartier

In the presence of

Anne Marie Tapp

Anne Marie Tapp is a religiologist, research assistant and humanist. She is also studying for a masters at the Université de Sherbrooke’s Centre d'études du religieux contemporain (Centre for contemporary religion). She specialises in deconversion and sectarian movements in Quebec and is particularly interested in the role women play in these environments. She is often invited to speak to the media to help vulgarize religious topics.

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Will attend:

  • Thursday, 11 April | 14:30 - Baobab - café de quartier

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