3 key events in Montreal, this fall
The fresh fall winds invite us to rethink our environment, with a trendy and up to date cultural program.
At Bota Bota, we believe more than ever that education through culture is a sure way of bringing you well-being; gaining knowledge in order to open our minds.
Here is a selection of three key fall events not to be missed!
Le Festival du Nouveau Cinéma (FNC)
The Festival du Nouveau Cinéma is back this year with an international cinema program, from October 9th to 20th, 2019. These 11 days of film entertainment are full of amazing discoveries. Our three top pics:
VARDA par Agnès by Agnès Varda
The last film by the huge filmmaker with its unique touch tells the story of 60 years of her life and career: personal, committed, feminist, committed and playful.
To learn more: www.nouveaucinema.ca/en/films/varda-par-agnes
WOMAN by Yann Arthus Bertrand et Anastasia Mikova
A documentary showing portraits of women exhibiting their perception of the world today. Woman conjugates with tenderness and truth the plurality of femininity.
To learn more: www.nouveaucinema.ca/en/films/woman
TO THE ENDS OF THE EARTH by Kiyoshi Kurosawa
This fiction is a sweet satire of the world of showbiz, through the eyes of Yoko, host of a popular TV show. Brought to travel to Uzbekistan for her work, she finds herself facing her own loneliness. A look in the life of a woman sent to a foreign territory.
To learn more: www.nouveaucinema.ca/en/films/to-the-ends-of-the-earth
Montreal Museum of Fine Arts
Recently unveiled at the Museum of Fine Arts, the exhibition Egyptian Mummies: Exploring Ancient Lives takes us on a unique archaeological journey.
Meet six people who once lived along the Nile, through an approach at the crossroads of arts and science.
A surprising way to immerse yourself completely in history.
To learn more: www.mbam.qc.ca/en/exhibitions/on-view/egyptian-mummies/
La Biennale de l’image
Until October 13, the Biennale de l’image in Montreal unveils a selection of exhibitions, public events, educational programs, artistic and social collaborations, and much more.This year’s theme invites us to see things in our daily lives differently. The life of things surprises and transforms our perception!
To learn more: www.momentabiennale.com
The autumn promises to be filled with various emotions!