On April 23, the graduating students of the Arts, Literature and Communication - Culture and Media Option DEC program presented their final projects at Cinéma Moderne on boulevard Saint-Laurent.
Multicultural MTL, the interlinking series of documentary shorts that they created, explores the effects that Montréal’s multicultural society has on artists in the domains of art, fashion, and music.
Two more showings of the series took place for the enjoyment of the College students on May 2, on the 6th floor Plaza.
Sophia Taylor’s work investigates issues in the fashion and modeling industry, while Oscar Josa showcases Montreal clothing brand Jesser Clothing. Sharon Cooperman discovers Montreal’s music scene through the eyes of several artists, including rapper L.Teez, indie performer BigDaddy, and Vincent Stephen-Ong of Urban Science.
Attendees were also able to enjoy Laura Cano’s photo exhibit on the dichotomy between Montreal’s cold winters and vibrant personalities, as well as food and drinks in the cinema’s café-bar.
The Excellence in Media award was given to Sharon Cooperman for her outstanding overall achievement, including the depth of her research, extensive coordination, and superior editing skills in her short film, “MTL Music”.