Crimson Coast Dance

Glace, crevasse et dérive
Fleuve | Espace Dance, QC

DANCE FOR THE CAMERA – Anytime – All the time

Glace, crevasse et dérive is a dance film that meets deep nature, ice, crevice and drift symbolizes life, death and the time that sweeps us away.

Réalisation: Chantal Caron et Albert Girard / Chorégraphe : Chantal Caron / Interprètes : Karine Gagné et Thomas Casey/ Directeur photo:Richard Saint-Pierre/ Musique:Pierre-Marc Beaudoin/PostProduction: Julia Peron Langlois

For 15 years, Fleuve | Espace danse has been able to develop a choreographic specificity in site-specific contemporary dance, positioning itself as a leader in this niche. In 2018, Chantal Caron, Artistic Director of the company, was named Member of the Order of Canada « for her artistic creations highlighting the natural heritage and her contribution to the development of the next generation of dancers ». Chantal Caron’s commitment to the environment and her community, paired with her ability to promote and defend natural heritage, is perfectly integrated into her artistic signature. Her work, raising awareness of the issues and beauty of nature has also earned her the title of St. Lawrence River Ambassador for the David Suzuki Foundation.

Crimson Coast Dance is thankful to have the support of the following sponsors:

We are grateful to live work and play on Snuneymuxw First Nation territory.