Karl Lemieux is a filmmaker, who's work is inspired by the dialogue that occurs between film, music and sound art. At the heart of his practice, which also includes narrative cinema, the importance of the cinematographic apparatus and the attachment to 16mm film are essential. His films, installations, and performances have screened internationally in museums, galleries, music venues and film festivals including: the Montreal Contemporary Arts Museum, the MOMA - Museum of Modern Art in San Francisco, the Austrian Film Museum in Vienna and the Eye Filmmuseum in Amsterdam. He is known for is collaboration with Godspeed You! Black Emperor, a Montreal music collective for which he does live 16mm film projections since 2010. He is also the co-founder of Double Négatif, a Montreal-based collective, dedicated to the production and dissemination of experimental films. His first feature, Maudite Poutine (Shambles), premiered in the Orizzonti competition of the 73rd Venice International Film Festival organised by the Venice Biennale
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