November 12-22: from 11AM to 8PM*
*Special hours for November 13, 15, 17 and 18: 11AM to 6PM, plus 7PM to 9PM for UXdoc sessions with director-led navigation
The UXdoc Space, located in the Norman-McLaren Hall at the Cinémathèque québécoise, is dedicated to a range of projects involving unique experiences that underline the everincreasing presence of the virtual in our lives. The space hosts the works in the UXdoc section, programmed by Patricia Bergeron, as well as the webdocumentary portion of the RIDM’s Young Audiences program. Now in its fourth year, UXdoc is returning with a strong slate of interactive projects, installations and virtual reality works that demonstrate new narrative forms in documentary, including a stay in a Japanese love hotel, an intimate portrait of Syrian refugees and an investigation into the harvesting of personal information.
Special ticket price of 5$ for access to the UXdoc Space