Festival starts in

SHORT DOCUMENTARY

Huge bonfires are lit by Protestants in Northern Ireland on July 12 each year, as part of the celebrations of the 1690 Battle of the Boyne. They are made from wooden pallets, tires, and garbage. To the Protestants, they are symbols of identity affirmation; to the Catholics, they mean arrogance and humiliation.

Director's Biography:

Martin Bureau, a Cinema on the Bayou alum and attendee, lives and works Québec City, Canada. Both a painter and filmmaker, Martin has presented his works at many events and gatherings around the world. Among them, the Hot Docs Film Festival in Toronto, the Chicago International Film Festival, the National Museum of Fine Arts in Québec City, the VIII Bienal de video y nuevos medios in Santiago, Chile and Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival. While his art works are prized by collectors, they also enrich the collections of many public and private institutions in Québec Province. His work in painting and film continues to express aesthetic and social subjects while looking to provide a lasting testament of the present era and its stakes.
Martin Bureau
Martin Bureau
Catherine Benoit
2019
6 Minutes
Québec, Canada
Watch the Trailer
1/26/19 2:30pm at Cité des Arts
GET TICKETS NOW
premiere v4
contributing 2019 2
international 2019 3