Janine Marchessault, professor of Cinema and Media Studies at York University, presents a lecture on In the Labyrinth and the other important film projects that were presented at Expo '67 in Montreal.
Janine Marchessault, professeure de cinéma et d'études médiatiques à l'Université York, offrira une conférence sur In the Labyrinth et d'autres films majeurs présentés à Montréal durant l'Expo 67.
Janine Marchessault is a Professor of Cinema and Media at York University. She is a founder of the Future Cinema Lab, and the 2014-2016 inaugural Director of Sensorium: Centre for Digital Arts Research at York. In 2012, she was awarded a prestigious Trudeau Fellowship to pursue her curatorial and public art research. She is the author of Ecstatic Worlds: Media, Utopias and Ecologies (17); Cosmic Media: Marshall McLuhan (05); and (co)editor of numerous collections, including 3D Cinema and Beyond (13), Reimagining Cinema: Film at Expo 67 (14), and Cartographies of Place: Navigating the Urban (14). A past President of the Film Studies Association of Canada, Marchessault has held faculty positions at McGill University, Ryerson University and has taught at the Escuela Internacional de Cine y TV. Her upcoming books include Archival Imaginary: Creative Approaches to Digital Memory, The Oxford Guide to Canadian Cinema, and Process Cinema: HandMade Film in the Digital Age.