JAN SNARSKI is a photographic artist based in Vancouver, B.C. His photoautomat series documents the revival of the traditional black and white photo booth in Berlin, Germany. Documented in situ and unaltered, much like the process of the booths themselves, they provide a glimpse into Berlin’s cultural landscape and its attempt to preserve a piece of photographic history.
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DANE MAINELLA is an American filmmaker, photographer, and writer. Born and raised in Providence, Rhode Island, he studied poetry and mechanical engineering at University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. He has made various independent films, including Driving Not Knowing, which he co-wrote, co-directed, starred in and co-edited, and Superamerica, which he also wrote, directed, starred in and edited. He currently lives in Brooklyn.
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NICK LANYON is a returning contributor to the magazine, and a music writer in Montreal. He is also a musician in his own right, and is part of Hissing Pallas and Dish Pit; two new music projects in the city. In this issue, he interviews Chicago musician Ravyn Lanae.
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For Le Dépanneur’s first fiction feature, writer
ATTICUS MOORMAN contributed short story Waiting for Something to Happen to this issue.
He writes, bartends, works, what have you, primarily in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and can be reached there or through email@example.com.
ZANE COPPARD is a musician of all trades, and recently took the time to interview artist cooperative owner Alfred Wadie outside of Basel, Switzerland.
His main project is band Smash Boom Pow, but further personal pursuits can be found through @arushofblunttotheface (public poll: should he switch to a more professional username?).
In this issue, HEIDI XIAO photographs contributor Rachel Buchholtzer and Angus Taranawsky in their Strathcona home. The plastic animal staging is all her.
To see more work, follow @heidixiao or @coastmushrooms.
ANDREW WONG takes Le Dépanneur readers on a journey through Montreal’s Parc-Ex neighborhood in La Bouffe - a soon-to-be-recurring Dépanneur feature - with his recipe for aloo gobhi. Andrew has been a regular participant in Montreal’s Restaurant Day, but now lives and works (and cooks) in Düsseldorf, Germany.
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LEAH CONCEPCION-VANDERBYL is a writer and illustrator in Montreal. In issue 01, she talks with Look Vibrant on the eve of their new EP debut; ‘Only Qualms.’ Her story Looking for Vibrant also appears on The Main’s website.
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DOMINIQUE GLASSMAN is a graduate of Concordia University’s film studies Master’s program - exploring contemporary French cinema, and its spatial representation of the post colonial Other - and now lives and works in Toronto (she couldn’t resist). In issue 01, she discusses Xavier Dolan’s film Mommy and its mixed reception.
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A film professor and distributor, SERGE ABIAAD is immersed in the Montreal film community. In Issue 01 he talks with new filmmaker Dan Lombroso about his documentary project Mountain of Servants. Abiaad also runs Cine-Club LaBanque; a weekly film screening and discussion series at Studio Playmind.
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