Daniel Corbeil, Étuveuse climatique (detail), 2004-2008, installation, 2,4 x 6,3 x 2,4 m
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5 october - Kino on the agri-food sector
A presentation of Kino Saint-Hyacinthe

8 october - The Real Dirt on Farmer John ( Director: Taggart Siegel )
A presentation of ORANGE: Contemporary Art Event of Saint-Hyacinthe

Benoit Girouard, president of the Union paysanne

The Real Dirt on Farmer John is the epic tale of a maverick Midwestern farmer. An outcast in his community, Farmer John bravely stands amidst a failing economy, vicious rumors, and violence. By melding the traditions of family farming with the power of art and free expression, this powerful story of transformation and renewal heralds a resurrection of farming in America. The film is a haunting odyssey, capturing what it means to be different in rural America.
22 october - Nos enfants nous accuseront ( Director: Jean-Paul Jaud )
A presentation of ORANGE: Contemporary Art Event of Saint-Hyacinthe

Jean-Paul Jaud

In Europe every year 100,00 children die of diseases caused by the environment. In Europe 70% of cancers are linked to the environment: 30% to pollution and 40% to food. In Europe cases of cancer in children have been increasing by 1.1% yearly for 30 years. In France the number of cancers in males has increased by 93% in 25 years. In a little French community at the foot of the Cévennes Mountains, the mayor has decided to take a stance by making the school canteen organic. Here as everywhere, people are confronted with the anxiety of the dangers of industrial and agro-chemical pollution. It's the start of a fight against a process that could become irreversible, a fight to stop our children accusing us in the future.
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