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Image: Coconut/Cane & Cutlass (1994) by Michelle Mohabeer

Imprints is a collection of essays, interviews, ephemera, and personal reflections that chart Louise Bourque’s life and work. Since 1989, Bourque has made a significant mark on Canadian experimental cinema. Her works often involve the physical manipulation of emulsion, with the content of the work stemming from a different type of imprint, namely, that of memory and trauma, and her aesthetics are imprinted on the work of contemporary filmmakers dealing with memorial processes and abstract imagery.

Imprints: The Films of Louise Bourque

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  • Editor(s):
    Stephen Broomer, Clint Enns


    Stephen Broomer, Nathan Lee, Michael Sicinski, André Habib, Sébastien Ronceray, César Ustarroz, Patricia MacGeachy, José Sarmiento-Hinojosa, Scott Birdwise, Dorottya Szalay, Brian Wilson, Micah J. Malone, Todd Fraser, Mike Hoolboom, Guillaume Vallée, Herménégilde Chiasson, Amanda Dawn Christie, Clint Enns




    210 pages


    Published by
    Canadian Film Institute


    ISBN: 978-0919096554

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