Louise BOURQUE

Nationality: Canadian

Louise Bourque is a French Canadian filmmaker who studied cinema at Concordia University in Montreal and at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After living abroad for thirty years, in the United States and elsewhere, she has recently returned to her native Edmonton, New Brunswick. Her films have been shown in nearly fifty countries and broadcast by PBS and the Sundance Channel in the US, as well as on Télé-Québec in Canada and SBS in Australia. Her work has been presented in prestigious museums and galleries all over the world, including at the Museum of Civilization and the National Museum of Fine Arts of Quebec in Quebec, the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, the Museum of Modern Art and the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York.

7 MOVIES IN DISTRIBUTION

L'ÉCLAT DU MAL
2005 / 35mm / color / sound / single screen / 8' 00 / 30 €
distribution: 35mm
JOURS EN FLEURS
2003 / 35mm / color / sound / single screen / 4' 59 / 25 €
distribution: 35mm
SELF PORTRAIT POST MORTEM
2002 / 35mm / color / sound / single screen / 2' 30 / 21 €
distribution: 35mm or DCP on server
  GOING BACK HOME
2000 / 35mm / color / sound / single screen / 1' 00 / 17 €
distribution: 35mm
  FISSURES
1999 / 16mm / color / sound / single screen / 2' 30 / 19 €
distribution: 16mm
IMPRINT
1997 / 16mm / color / sound / single screen / 14' 00 / 45 €
distribution: 16mm
THE PEOPLE IN THE HOUSE
1994 / 16mm / color / sound / single screen / 22' 00 / 70 €
distribution: 16mm