Mange ta ville : Vancouver
Mother Mother - «Oh My Heart»
Mange ta ville was a popular French-language cultural program hosted by Catherine Pogonat on the then ARTV channel (since turned fully into a part of Radio-Canada), showcasing various events, neighbourhoods, scenes, happenings, events, and the cultural phenomenon that was Montreal in the mid-to-late 2000s. Two episodes were shot in English Canadian cities (usually half of the show in English with French subtitles) — this was part of our Vancouver episode. Vancouver was chosen because it was a "hang out" city similar in character to Montreal. It also had/has an amazing music and art scene, showcased here by one of Vancouver's finest, Mother Mother.

Produced, Directed, and translated by Brian-Michel LaRue
(Video provided in high-definition. Please enjoy.)
Mange ta ville : Vancouver
Nardwuar the Human Serviette
There's not much to say about Nardwuar that hasn't been already been said (both positive and negative), or that he already hasn't said about himself. In retrospect, we wouldn't have worn those hats.

Produced, Directed, and translated by Brian-Michel LaRue
(Video provided in high-definition. Please enjoy.)

Mange ta ville : Toronto
Interview with George Stroumboulopoulos
Canadian icon, former Hockey Night in Canada host, CBC and MuchMusic personality, Toronto boy, and noted Montréal Canadiens fan sits down in the other red chair with Catherine for an interview in English (avec sous-titres en français).

Produced, Directed, and translated by Brian-Michel LaRue
(Video provided in high-definition. Please enjoy.)
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