The Image Mill is an architectural projection representing the largest projection ever done. It presents the city’s history through images and films on the grain silos of the Quebec Harbour.
The Image Mill, by Robert Lepage and Ex Machina, was created as part of the festivities surrounding the 400th anniversary of Quebec City. Building on its success, the project has been extended for another five years.
To celebrate his last season of projection, in summer 2013, The Image Mill, in collaboration with the National Film Board of Canada has fully transformed and pays tribute to the work of the filmmaker Norman McLaren. Known for his innovative work in animation at the NFB from 1941 to 1983, McLaren, Oscar winner, has gained international recognition for its essential contribution to the cinematographic art.
The Image Mill is completely free!
Presented from June 23 to September 1 2013, Tuesday to Saturday (excluding Sundays June 23 and September 1, where the performance will take place).
June and July: 10:15 pm
August and September: 9:45 pm
Length of the show : 50 minutes.
|A : Hotel Quebec BEST WESTERN PLUS downtown
B : Image Mill at Old Quebec Harbour
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The BEST WESTERN PLUS downtown Quebec hotel is located less than 20 minutes away, by foot, and 5 minutes away by car of the Old Quebec Harbour. This also gives you a great opportunity to visit the downtown part of Old Quebec and quartier Nouvo Saint-Roch, as well as the many boutiques and restaurant located in that area.
You can also go there by car, taxi in less than five (5) minutes from the hotel or take public transportation via bus # 1 (RTC).
You can consult our Google Map located on the left side of this page, to get a visual aid of the location of our hotel and Old Quebec Harbour, where the Image Mill 2013 Edition will take place.