Join us for six hours of alternative pasts and sci-fi futures, rare films, music, and dancing. The galleries are open all night while several free activities take place across the spaces of the CCA. There will also be a cash bar.
8pm to 11pm, in the Shaughnessy House
This workshop proposes an updated version of a ritual from the Russian Revolution when babies were given names like Electrification. Since names often represent what their parents wish for them, we’re going to rename ourselves for what we believe in today.
Drop in anytime during the workshop.
Rare Soviet sci-fi with the Fantasia International Film Festival
8:30pm to 12:30am, in the Paul-Desmarais Theatre
Per Aspera Ad Astra (Richard Viktorov, 1981)
8:30pm, 148 min, English subtitles
In the twenty-third century, the starship Pushkin discovers a derelict alien spaceship and brings the only survivor back to Earth.
Planet of Storms (Pavel Klushantsev,1962)
11pm, 78 min, English subtitles Three Soviet spaceships set out to explore Venus. Not all of them will return.
Films courtesy of Seagull Films
Dance to Fonkynson, Russell Louder, Bronswick, and Le Couleur
8pm to 2am, in the Shaughnessy House
Performances presented in collaboration with Lisbon Lux Records:
9pm Fonkyson DJ set
10:30pm Russell Louder
12am Le Couleur DJ set
Nuit blanche à Montréal is part of MONTRÉAL EN LUMIÈRE, presented by Bell.
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