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Myriam Fougère

Myriam Fougère is a multidisciplinary artist born in Quebec City, Canada.?While living in New York City from 1987 to 1992, she organized the "East Coast Lesbians' Festival" with Lin Daniels. Myriam wrote, shot and directed a poetic, innovative documentary about breast cancer entitled, On a Moving Path. This documentary won Best Experimental Documentary at the Baltimore Women's Film Festival, 2008, and Second Prize at the Image et Santé Festival in Liège, Belgium, 2008. ??With a grant from the Conseil des Arts et des Lettres du Québec, Myriam shot, directed and edited a documentary about the rise and fall of the lesbian movement of the 1980's called LESBIANA: THE PARALLEL REVOLUTION. (2/15)

Lesbiana: A Parallel Revolution
A film by Myriam Fougère, 2012, 63 min., Color/BW

A parallel, lesbian-feminist revolution was born out of the women’s and civil rights movements of the 60’s and 70’s. Filmmaker Myriam Fougère’s takes ...

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