Video interview

Conversation between Tim Southam and Marc Boivin on Perreault Dancer (in French)

Date
May 6, 2022
Director
Christian Konjian
Length
11 min 39
Production
Ian Boyd

This interview between Marc Boivin (dancer and close friend of Jean-Pierre Perreault) and Tim Southam (director of the film Danser Perreault) was presented at the screening of the film Danser Perreault on Friday, May 6, 2022 at the Cinémathèque québécoise. 20 years after its release, their discussion offers a touching perspective on the film.

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Screening of Perreault Dancer

Dissemination

Perreault Dancer, directed by Tim Southam (screenplay by Andrée Martin, produced by Les Films de l’Isle, Ian Boyd, 2005), is a poignant love letter to Jean-Pierre Perreault. A diverse family of dancers enact the choreographer’s artistic legacy, bringing his memory to life through words, movement,…

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On Friday, May 6 at 6:30 p.m. we are screening Perreault Dancer, a magnificent film directed by Tim Southam (screenplay by Andrée Martin, produced by Les Films de l’Isle, Ian Boyd, 2005) at the Cinémathèque québécoise. In this poignant love letter to Jean-Pierre Perreault, a…

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