(Montreal, Quebec, Canada)
Founded in 1963 by a group of Quebec filmmakers and cinema enthusiasts, under the name of Cinémathèque canadienne, the Cinémathèque québécoise strives to preserve and document film and television heritage in order to make it available to an ever-growing and diversified public. It is one of the most important cinematheques in the world, recognized especially for its work in the fields of Québec and Canadian cinema, and international animation.
Angela Plohman © 2000 FDL
From October 15 to November 15, 1998, the Cinémathèque québécoise presented the Canadian premiere of Luc Courchesne's award-wining work Landscape One at the Biennale of the InterCommunication Center (ICC).