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Basement 819 du 15 octobre :: Y a de quoi sortir de son cocon en fin de semaine :: Cinéma. Théâtre. Littérature. Concerts.

Basement 819 cette semaine insiste sur deux événements très prestigieux. Lisez bien ce qui suit. Cinéma :: Festival international de films d’Ottawa (16-19 octobre) Nous n’avons pu nous retenir de vous inciter à nouveau à scruter la programmation du Festival international de films d’Ottawa. Un court-métrage inusité sera présenté le samedi 18 octobre à 19h, […]

Basement 819 du 8 octobre 2014 :: Entrevue avec l’artiste Laura Jean. Festival international du film d’Ottawa (OIFF). Théâtre — Cinq visages pour Camille Brunelle. L’Acronyme improvise en direct.

Basement 819 vous présente cette semaine un beau tableau de culture à consommer dans les prochains jours. Voici notre sélection de contenu de la 36e édition de l’émission. Entrevue :: Laura Jean, artiste multi disciplinaire! En plus d’être une excellente musicienne folk à la voix mélancolique et séduisante, Laura Jean s’est entre autres fait connaître […]

Basement 819 du 1er octobre 2014 :: C’est le Beau’s Oktoberfest! Party Chapeau au Château Cyr. La Nouvelle Scène investit dans l’intimité de la musique. Dévoilement des nominations pour les prix GAMIQ. Voyez Fontarabie, c’est gratuit!

Basement 819 vous en passe un papier, la fin de semaine sera chargée. Voici les musts de notre 35e édition! Beau’s Oktoberfest 2014 C’est à Vankleek Hill, à moins d’une heure d’Ottawa qu’aura lieu l’édition 2014 du Beau’s Oktoberfest. Le plan du site est fabuleux, une quarantaine de microbrasseries seront représentées sur place + une […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

It’s another gorgeous weekend in the Capital, and we’ve got so many events to choose from! Foodies will congregate Saturday down at Saint Paul University for the second annual Food Truck rally. Also that day, art meets soup at the Experimental Farm, while the West End Well Co-op holds their grand welcoming all weekend long. Music […]

Basement 819 du 17 septembre 2014 :: Éric se fait historique. Nuit Blanche Ottawa-Gatineau. Grandiloquent Festival international de films d’animation à Ottawa. Chic pique-nique Harvest Noir.

Basement 819 trippe fort sur le cinéma cette semaine. Éric est toujours aussi thématique, il se fraye un chemin vers le passé d’Ottawa pour explorer le mythique Capitol Theatre construit en 1920 sur la rue Bank au coin de la rue Queen. À l’époque, ce cinéma pouvait accueillir rien de moins que 2430 spectateurs. Il […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

So The Little Mermaid turns 25 this week. What better excuse to get out and party like it’s 1989? 1989 isn’t the only reason to party – 5th birthdays are a pretty good reason, too. Auntie Loo’s Treats marks their 5th year with all things vegan, including a taco bar, drag sensations, and local roller […]

The Ottawa International Animation Festival: Where imaginations come out to play

Cooler temps, crunchy leaves and greying skies mean only one thing…it’s time for the Ottawa International Animation Festival to descend on the nation’s capital once again! This is one of my favourite things about the fall in Ottawa. There’s nothing like escaping autumn’s chill by stepping into the warm dark of a theatre and settling […]

An interview with Swedish film director Petter Ringbom

Swedish born documentary film director Petter Ringbom joined Apt613 Live show host Esmeralda Smith Romero from his home in New York to discuss his latest film Shield and Spear which will be featured at the One World Film Festival fundraising evening tomorrow night, Thursday September 11th, at the Bytowne theatre. The film features the stories of […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

The long weekend is upon us, Ottawans! Kick things off with Soup Ottawa, the local micro-grant participatory dinner event. Who doesn’t love soup, and who doesn’t love hearing great ideas? This event has plenty of both. My Summer Crush improv series continues, tickling your funny bone with some musical comedy, Ladystache from Toronto, and a […]

Beyond the Pale hosts screening of new doc exploring Ontario’s archaic liquor laws

With the popularity of craft beer exploding across the capital, not to mention everywhere else, a new film exploring Ontario’s archaic liquor distribution laws is sure to get micro broupies fired up when it makes its Ottawa debut Thursday. The independent documentary called Straight Up: The issue of alcohol in Ontario, seeks to answer tough […]

From vampire slaying to dressing fabulously: The 7th Annual Village Movie Night

Just before Wesley Snipes starred in Blade – in which he bulldozes his way through hundreds of grotesque vampires plotting to conquer the world – he played a sassy drag queen in To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything Julie Newmar. [youtube]http://youtu.be/UT8XQcaVUtI[/youtube] [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W3BcIftlU0A[/youtube] Needless to say, it was a bit of a surreal experience watching the […]

Tonight! Rideau Hall Movie Night

Let’s face it – Augtober is bringing a lot of us down. It feels like the summer is ending too soon. Not so! There’s still plenty of life in the city and we’re just getting ready for the second half of the warm season. If you’re somewhat of a homebody like me, you’re probably looking […]

Weekend roundup: What to do in Ottawa

The rain isn’t sticking around for long, so there’s no excuse for missing a mini maker faire, a little treasures sale, a big wild challenge, or any of the other-sized events going on around town. There are myriad ways to tickle your funny bone this weekend, with My Summer Crush Improv heading into their three weeks […]

Video of the Week: Algebra

Algebra is the directorial debut of Jith Paul, founder of Ottawa-based production company Treepot Media. The 11-minute film is a poetic short about a painter who is losing his sight and features local Ottawa talent in front of and behind the screen. Shot in Wakefield and downtown Ottawa in 2014, the film has just completed a festival tour with […]

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