1. In the 1920s, La Bolduc was the first female singer to speak to the Québec working class, in the language of the working class. Queen of Canadian Folksingers, she was famous for her Turlute, a traditional folk style that sings out instrumental partitions with evocative phonemes.

    70 years later, Lusio Films creates the musicalweb-documentary Les Enfants de la Bolduc (Children of La Bolduc), inviting contemporary Québec artists to rediscover their musical heritage.

    Daily Tous Les Jours was invited to create a Turlute Machine that would bring their music to the general public, traveling around the province like La Bolduc once did.

    CREATED FOR THE MUSICAL WEB DOCUMENTARY LES ENFANTS DE LA BOLDUC
    lesenfantsdelabolduc.com

    Created by Daily Tous Les Jours
    In collaboration with Lusio Films

    Creative Direction: Mouna Andraos & Melissa Mongiat

    Executive Production: Nicolas Fonseca
    Concept team: Amélie Bilodeau, Émilie Grenier, and Yolène Le Roux
    Technical Direction: Eva Schindling
    Musical Direction: David Drury
    Industrial Design: Dikini
    Interaction Design: Émilie Grenier
    Featured artists: Ariane Moffatt, Random Recipe, Krista Muir, and Socalled
    Sound Engineer: Bruno Pulcella
    Computer Engineers: Jan Anlauff, and Peter Rockwell
    Built by: Lasco Concept with Robocut (2011)
    Filming: Philippe Tremblay-Berberi, and Geoffrey Boulangé
    Editing: Geoffrey Boulangé
    Producer: Marie-Dominique Michaud
    Original Concepts: Émilie Grenier, and Jean-Christophe Yacono (Yako)
    Creative Director: Yako

    dailytouslesjours.com/project/machine-a-turlute/

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  2. From the desert of Yemen to the streets of New Delhi, Cairo, Athens, London, Madrid, New York city, 2011 has seen an extraordinary wave of protest swipe the world. Everywhere, people have been taking the streets demanding change, reclaiming their rights to express themselves and refusing the status quo.

    As the year came to an end, the large scale urban screen of the Surrey community centre invited local residents and online viewers to a collective tribute to this tumultuous year. Through December, Rewrite the Year invited everyone to revisit 365 key headlines of 2011, sourced from newspaper around the world.

    From protests, elections, conflicts, change, victories and others – local & international – the year is re-broadcast, one headline at a time. People were invited to rewrite these headlines together, reviewing what worked and what didn’t and collectively re-inventing multiple stories of the year behind us.

    PRESENTED AT THE SURREY ART GALLERY, SURREY, CANADA

    A project by Daily tous les jours
    Created by Mouna Andraos, Melissa Mongiat

    Presented at Electric Speed
    Curated by Kate Armstrong and Malcom Levy

    Content Direction: Philippe Andraos
    Technical Direction: Eva Schindling
    Web Programing: Wes Hatch
    Graphic Design: Mélissa Pilon
    Interaction Scenario: Elsa Carenzo, and Yolène Le Roux
    Video Editing: Tara DeSimone

    Created using: node.js, socket.io, mongoose, and mongoDB

    dailytouslesjours.com/project/rewrite-the-year/

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  3. This is an experimental film made up of over 35,000 photographs. It combines an innovative mix of stop motion and live projection mapping techniques.

    Directed by
    chassaing.xavier@gmail.com

    Music by
    soundcloud.com/fedaden

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  4. The Maverick Slackline Team | Project X

    RIDERS:
    Jake White
    Ian Jennings
    Ryan Bastin
    Ben Skelton

    More details coming soon over at -
    maverickslacklines.co.uk

    + Join our Facebook page here -
    facebook.com/maverickslacklines

    Film & Edit by D2
    dimension2.com
    facebook.com/dimensiontwo

    Music: Skrillex - Scary Monsters and Nice Sprites
    itunes.apple.com/gb/album/scary-monsters-nice-sprites/id409001929

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