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In August 2015 for three days, Sudbury changes its look and moves to the beat of emerging music, muralist artists and artistic setups during the first edition of UP FEST, an event to gather people ‘round and party. An Éric Bachand and Dominique Demers production
Réalisateurs: Dominique Demers, Eric Bachand
Production year: 2015
In August 2015 for three days, Sudbury changes its look and moves to the beat of emerging music, muralist artists and artistic setups during the first edition of UP FEST, an event to gather people ‘round and party.
An Éric Bachand and Dominique Demers production
On visite au Festival UP FEST de Sudbury, Ontario, en faisant un survol rapide des activités offertes. [UN HOMME fait du slam sur une scène extérieure, puis les images des environs se succèdent au rythme des paroles déclamées.
UN HOMME (Slam)
"Qui 'calle' le party
qui déclenche la steppette
Font fleurir le pavé
Pour mettre le feu
pour faire des aveux en douceur
et à tue-tête
Qu'on est chez nous par ici
Puis c'est bien cool
(On nous présente ensuite l'ambiance du UP Fest, de jour comme de nuit: les marquises annonçant des spectacles, les activités pour les enfants, les danseurs et les prestations musicales. Le tout sur un fond musical rythmé qui se termine par les acclamations de la foule devant une scène extérieure.)
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