|Thursday, 26 January 2017 | 19:00|
OFF Festival cinéma du monde de Sherbrooke, in collaboration with la Salle Le Tremplin.
Le vieil indien
The director Kanatakhatsus Meunier will be present during the screening to answer the questions of the public.
It will also be preceded by two slammers from the region, the poet Frank Poule and François Danis, who will offer texts inspired by the Mount Orford.
Le vieil indien (Orford Old Indian) is an independent documentary to honour mount Orford, its history, its ecosystems, its pioneers and Alfred Desrochers’ poetry, recited by his daughter, Clémence DesRochers.
Discover how, in 1938, doctor Bowen from Magog collected $25 000 from 27 estrian municipalities to constitute a funds to purchase lands that will become the Mount Orford National Park. This documentary will bring up a poetic and historic contribution to the collective debate surrounding the development of public lands.
Another screening part of the OFF, Waseskun, will be presented February 23th.
Regular 9 $ / Student 5 $
Salle Le Tremplin (97, Wellington Sud, Sherbrooke)
Reservations : 819 565-4141 ext 105