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Press Kit | no. 952-15
FIFA 2018 gets underway this Thursday, March 8, and Provencher_Roy is proud to once again be associated with an event that presents the world's finest media arts and films about art. This 36th edition promises to be “an eclectic journey through the heart of artistic creation,” and will have music as its theme, with special guests Mathieu Amalric and Kent Nagano.
FIFA explores several art-related themes sure to delight audiences. “Quality attracts quality,” says FIFA's Director of Programming, Anita Hugi. “Never before have we seen such a wealth of high-calibre submissions—an astounding 600 in all. Bold achievements, new perspectives, original themes all await, as you will discover for yourself at FIFA's venues.”
Provencher_Roy is presenting the films on architecture and urban planning. Among them:
March 9 at 5:30 p.m., Montreal
March 10 at 12:30 p.m., Montreal
March 11 at 12:30 p.m., Montreal
March 16 at 12:30 p.m., Montreal
March 17 at 1 p.m., Quebec City
March 17 at 5:30 p.m., Montreal
All these films will be screened at the Paul Desmarais Theatre of the Canadian Centre for Architecture in Montreal, and at the Sandra and Alain Bouchard Auditorium of the Pierre Lassonde Pavilion in Quebec City.
Alongside the movie screenings, Provencher_Roy will invite students enrolled in the urban planning programs of the Université de Montréal, UQAM and McGill to a private screening of the film Le Louvre Abu Dhabi, création d’un musée universel, directed by Patrick Ladoucette. This event will be followed by a discussion between professors from the three universities, the students, and Eugenio Carelli and Nicolas Demers-Stoddart, two partners at Provencher_Roy.
“We are overjoyed this year to offer students an exclusive screening of the film Le Louvre Abu Dhabi, création d’un musée universel. This event allows us to champion two causes dear to our hearts: the valorization of creation and the promotion of education, both of which Provencher_Roy has been committed to since its inception. We believe it is crucial to support the arts community, and our partnership with FIFA is in keeping with this conviction,” explains Lucie Bouthillette, partner and VP Marketing, Communications and Business Development at Provencher_Roy.
In conjunction with the screenings, a number of special events will be held all throughout the festival. For full details on programming and activities, visit the FIFA Web site at artfifa.com/en .
Provencher_Roy, a dominant player in urban architecture in Canada, offers services in architecture, urban design, urban planning and landscape, interior design, industrial design, sustainability and graphic design. The firm brings together 220 passionate professionals working in all areas of the built environment in Canada and abroad. For over thirty years, the group’s innovative approach has been to anticipate the impact of architectural conception and design in time and space, emphasizing the concept of openness and a holistic view of a gesture rooted in modernity, which forms an integral part of urban landscapes. Over the years, Provencher_Roy has earned more than 90 awards and distinctions recognizing the excellence of its projects in Quebec, Canada and abroad.
About The International Festival of Films on Art
The International Festival of Films on Art (FIFA) is devoted to the promotion and distribution of the world’s finest films about art and media arts. The only event of its kind in North America, and the largest in the world, this competitive festival has become a much-anticipated and unmissable event, an annual focal point for the world of art, culture and cinema. FIFA would like to acknowledge the generous support of its partners, including Canadian Heritage, the Government of Quebec, SODEC, the Conseil des arts de Montréal and the Canada Council for the Arts, without which the festival would not be possible.
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