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2008 Winners

  • First place
    Chacun a le sien
    Title: Chacun a le sien
    Author's name: Félix-Étienne Rocque
  • Second place
    L'interprétation des rêves ou les aventures du robot bleu
    Title: L'interprétation des rêves ou les aventures du robot bleu
    Author's name: Elohim Sanchez
  • Third place
    Lecture fatale
    Title: Lecture fatale
    Author's name: Mathieu Pépin
  • Special jury award
    for contestants ages 20 and under

    Vivre ses passions à la bibliothèque de Montréal
    Title: Vivre ses passions à la bibliothèque de Montréal
    Author's name: Alexandra Beauchemin




This contest was made possible through the cooperation of different branches of the city’s Service du développement culturel, de la qualité du milieu de vie et de la diversité ethnoculturelle, including the libraries, cultural diversity, social diversity, income security and the Bureau du cinéma et des festivals.

111The Biblioclip contest was held from October 4, 2007 to February 29, 2008. Participants from all over the world were invited to create a video between 30 seconds and one minute, 30 seconds in length using the themes of "libraries" and "Montréal" in an original way.

The jury had the difficult task of selecting four winners out of the 94 videos that were submitted. The jury was composed of actress Valérie Blais, director Vincent Wilson, François Comeau, creative director of Pixman (formerly of Cossette Interactif), and Louise Guillemette-Labory, associate director of Montréal’s public libraries. Denis Vézina, assistant to the director, served as moderator.

The awards ceremony and showing of the videos took place on April 22, 2008 at the Société des arts technologiques (SAT) with special guest Catherine Sévigny, associate advisor of culture for the city. The winners are as follows:



For a little inspiration

La valise d'or
La propagande

From December 4, 2008 to April 30, 2009,
Montréal’s public libraries are issuing a challenge.


The Montréal Public Libraries Network is looking for your creativity. Whatever your profile, motivation, ideas and style are, let your imagination run free, turn on your camera and create a video short about the theme of culture and Montréal.

Make your film stand out from the rest of the Biblioclip entries. Originality and creativity will be the jury’s main selection criteria.

First, second and third place awards will be given out. The winners will receive cultural development assistance bursaries of $4,000 (first place), $2,000 (second place) and $1,000 (third place).

A special jury award (bursary of $2,000) will be granted to a participant or group of participants under the age of 20 who was not selected for one of the three main awards.

Awards will be presented at an evening ceremony in June.

 

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This contest was made possible
through the collaboration of several branches
of the City’s Service du développement culturel,
de la qualité du milieu de vie
et de la diversité ethnoculturelle,
including the libraries, cultural diversity,
social diversity, income security
and the Bureau du cinéma et des festivals.