Third edition of Music Video at the Musée d'art contemporain de Montréal July 9 to September 28, 2008

    MONTREAL, July 9 /CNW Telbec/ - From July 9 to September 28, 2008, the
Musée d'art contemporain presents the third edition of Music Video, a program
of video clips screened as part of its Projections series.

    2008 edition

    Planned to tie in with the museum's inaugural Québec Triennial, which has
taken over all of its exhibition spaces, this third edition of Music Video
consists entirely of productions emanating from the local music scene in the
past three years. The program spotlights some of the artists and musicians who
give vitality to the city that has shaped them and nurtured their talent.
Fifteen titles in all, by thirteen Montréal directors: Ian Cameron, Geneviève
Albert, Benjamin Steiger Levine, Pascale Bussières and David Clermont-Béique,
Jérémie Saindon, Pedro Pires, Gabriel Coutu-Dumont, Louis-Philippe Eno,
Vincent Morisset, Sid-Z, Kaveh Nabatian and Dave Pawsey.
    Music Video is a coming together of artists and musicians who enjoy
experimenting collectively. According to program organizer Louise Simard,
"aside from the initial idea, and achieving the perfect balance between
concept and treatment, between image and music, a video's success depends on
sustaining energy from start to finish. And this energy often has its source
in the relationship between director and artist."
    From now through September 28, plug into that energy at the Musée d'art

    Music Video program

    Music Video is a program dedicated to the art of the music video, and to
the video creators who have reinvented the art of filmmaking and expanded the
scope of the visual arts. The museum's goal in presenting Music Video is to
illustrate the creative energy displayed in the music video field, raise the
profile of these highly inventive artists and showcase their works in a
contemporary art setting.

    The Musée d'art contemporain is located at 185 Sainte-Catherine Street
West, Place-des-Arts metro. Summer hours, until September 7 inclusive: Monday
through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Wednesdays until 9 p.m. Admission:
Adults: $8, or $10 with the Wired to the MAC card that offers unlimited
admission to the Musée for one year, including Friday Nocturnes. Information:
(514) 847-6226. Website:
    The Musée d'art contemporain is a provincially owned corporation funded
by the Ministère de la Culture, des Communications et de la Condition féminine
du Québec. It receives additional funding from the Department of Canadian
Heritage and the Canada Council for the Arts.

    Music Video

    Walk the Walk, The National Parcs, 2007, 4 min 17 s
    Directed by Ian Cameron
    The National Parcs/Audiogram

    Une rose noire, Paul Cargnello, 2007, 2 min 58 s
    Directed by Geneviève Albert
    Geneviève Albert/Les Disques Anubis

    You Are Never Alone, Socalled, 2007, 3 min 59 s
    Directed by Benjamin Steiger Levine
    Patricia Boushel/BSL Productions/JDub Records

    Lever l'ancre, Alfa Rococo, 2007, 3 min 57 s
    Directed by Pascale Bussières and David Clermont-Béique
    Moment Factory/Tacca Musique

    Fight & Kiss, We Are Wolves, 2008, 3 min 22 s
    Directed by Jérémie Saindon
    Dare To Care Records

    Buffer Zone, Bob, 2007, 3 min 56 s
    Directed by David Clermont-Béique and Pedro Pires
    Eric Bernier/&records &00

    Luscious Life, Patrick Watson, 2007, 3 min 9 s
    Directed by Gabriel Coutu-Dumont
    Silent Partners/Secret City Records

    Montréal -40 degreesC, Malajube, 2006, 3 min 17 s
    Directed by Louis-Philippe Eno
    NzFilms/Dare To Care Records

    Au gré des saisons, Dumas, 2006, 3 min 20 s
    Directed by Louis-Philippe Eno
    NzFilms/Tacca Select

    Neon Bible, Arcade Fire, 2007, 2 min 30 s
    Directed by Vincent Morisset
    NzFilms and AAtoAA/Merge Records

    Interlude 2 (Whispers from the Grave), The National Parcs, 2007,
    1 min 18 s
    Directed by Ian Cameron
    The National Parcs/Audiogram

    Pop Culture, Creature, 2008, 3 min 28 s
    Directed by Sid-Z
    Dada Films/Bonsound Records/Universal Music Canada

    The Upwards March, Bell Orchestre, 2007, 4 min 11 s
    Directed by Kaveh Nabatian
    NzFilms/Rough Trade Records

    Bridge to Nowhere, Sam Roberts, 2006, 3 min 9 s
    Directed by Dave Pawsey
    NzFilms/Secret Brain/Universal Music

    Them Kids, Sam Roberts, 2008, 4 min 1 s
    Directed by Dave Pawsey
    Spy Films/Opak Media/Secret Brain/Universal Music
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For further information:

For further information: Danielle Legentil, Public Relations
Coordinator, (514) 847-6232,; Visual material
available:, Newsroom, Link: Visual material, User name: presse,
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