*Note—this contest is now closed.
Mirror Mountain Film Festival is taking place December 1-3 at Arts Court and brings the best in independent and alternative cinema to Canada’s capital. Mirror Mountain is an inclusive festival that welcomes all types of films and all types of people to share in the collective cinema experience. In addition to film screenings, the festival features live performances, parties, panel discussions, Q&A sessions and more.
Showbox will be co-presenting two events throughout the festival, which you can read more about below. Tickets $5 / Passes $20 are available for pre-order here. Check out the full festival schedule on the Mirror Mountain website. Find out more below.
We’re giving you the chance to experience something new and exciting at Mirror Mountain, and one lucky winner will get two passes. Simply fill out the contest form below. The draw will happen on Wednesday, November 29th at noon. The winner will be contacted via the email address provided. Good luck!
Friday December 1st 2017
Arts Court Theatre, 2 Daly Avenue
Stefan creates dynamic live images from a combination of damaged film footage and video feedback. Performing with disintegrating equipment of all kinds, from broken video mixers, to scratched and worn celluloid film strips, to glitched television screens, Stefan transforms, manipulates and overlaps projections in real time, creating a truly unforgettable experience. She will be joined for part of the performance by fellow Montreal media artist Emma Roufs.
Merganzer is the project of violinist Mika Posen, combining instrumental soundscapes, ambient textures and melodic interludes. Posen’s expressive compositions take the listener on a dream-like sonic journey. She will be accompanied on stage by percussionist Pascal Delaquis (Little Scream, Claude Munson). They will be using electronic effects to transform the violin and drums into a unique palette of polyphonic sounds inspired by Stefan’s images.
Saturday December 2nd 2017
Arts Court Studio, 2 Daly Avenue
Join for a party in our festival lounge featuring a special set by Ottawa dream-pop quartet Sparklesaurus. Their sound pairs the emotional rawness of garage rock with the lush glitter-infused tonalities of glam, set in a landscape of scaling synths, swirling guitar tones, colourful harmonies, and a stoney rhythm section. Its members are Felicity DeCarle, Colleen Jones, Shamisa Schroeder and Brad Lapensee.
Delicious free snacks will be provided by Wilf & Ada’s Scratch Diner.