Montreal Events during November and December 2006

Here are some events, movies and good information I encountered in Montreal in the last couple of weeks:

"An Inconvenient Truth" is a documentary film about climate change, especially global warming, directed by Davis Guggenheim and starring former United States Vice President Al Gore. The movie's Web site

The Cinémathèque showed the yearly "Les Sommets du cinéma d'animation 2006" on December, 1st and 2nd, an international selection of last years best animation movies.

The theatre piece "Offending the Audience and Other Spoken Plays" in French written by Peter Handke in 1966 was shown at Goethe Institut Montreal.

Souk@SAT has been organized at SAT from 8 to 10 December 2006. A Christmas Bazar with Montreal's contemporary creations.

Presented at Dazibao was 'The Hollow Men', Chris Marker's 19-minute looped video installation on eight monitors. In this recent work Marker is inspired by T.S. Eliot's 1925 poem of the same name.

SAT[Gallery] presents 'Touching the Invisible, a Swedish exhibition of six interactive installations' from 26 October 2006 to 15 January 2007 by Smart Studio.

The Museum of Contemporary Arts of Montreal showed the American conceptional artist Rodney Graham until January 7, 2007, as well as a few paintings of the German contemporary artist Neo Rauch.

Brigitte Schuster
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