L E   F I F A
L E   F I F A
La femme ovale
Created in 2002 to an original score composed by Jean Derome, La femme ovale is one of Louise Bédards major choreographic pieces. Almost 20 years later, the solo is re-created on a bare stage by the dancer Marilyn Daoust, in a costume designed by Angelo Barsetti, transporting us to a dense universe where the serious meets the unbridled. With her restless temperament and nervous gestures, this enigmatic woman-girl-child deploys her entire luminous being to reveal her fragile solidity.
Director Mario Côté
Director of Photography Steeve Desrosiers
Production Louise Bédard
Editing Mario Côté
Sound Recording Jean-François Gagnon
Colorization Richard Boudrias
Choreography Louise Bédard
Cast Marilyn Daoust
Sound mixing Keith McMulle
Costumes Barsetti Angelo
Music Jean Derome

In Partnership with


• Centre Canadien d’Architecture
Saturday, march 26, 2022, 02:00 p.m. — 04:00 p.m.


Mario Côté

Mario Côté

Mario Côté, painter, director and artist-writer, lives and work in Montreal. He is interested in the notion of intersemiotic translation in painting by transposing several pieces by the American composer Morton Feldman. He is active member of the Hexagram-UQAM Media Arts Research Center. He has directed several documentary on art, danse and literature.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Selected films:
Odalisca (2021)
John Heward, Words and Silence (2019)
brèves histoires de pierres muettes (2018)
L’Image-lumière (2017)
Des Lois Des Dialogues (2016)

In the same session

Centre Canadien d’Architecture

Saturday, march 26, 2022, 02:00 p.m.

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