Karl Lemieux is a filmmaker. Several of his short films including Motion of Light (2004), Western Sunburn (2007), Trash and no star ! (2008), Passage (2008), Mamori (2010) and Trains (2011) have screened internationally in underground music venues, Cinematheques, museums, galleries, and renowned film festivals including Views from the Avant Garde – New-York Film Festival, Rotterdam Int. Film Festival, Toronto Int. Film Festival. His work, Mamori, produced by the National Film Board of Canada with music by Francisco Lopez, was presented as a solo exhibit at the Montreal Contemporary Arts Museum, was screened at the MOMA - Museum Of Modern Art in San Francisco and was awarded the Grand Prize at the 25 fps International Experimental Film Festival in Zagreb. His live 16mm film projection performances include ongoing collaborations with sound artists and musician such as Godspeed You ! Black Emperor, The Black Keys, BJ Nilsen, Hiss Tracts (David Bryant [GY!BE, Set fire to flames], Kevin Doria [Growing], Jonathan Parant [Fly Pan Am]) and Hyena Hive (Bruno Julien [Maussade], Marc-Alexandre Reinhardt [Lanterner]). He has also contributed to three theatre productions by Marie Brassard: "Moi qui me parle à moi-même dans le future" (2010), "L’Invisible" (2008) and "The Glass Eye" (2007) and his now working on her new play called Trieste (2012).