National competition of short student films
| 120 minutes | 0
The large, theoretical universe of cinema does not often bow to sound, maybe due to shyness, or maybe because this sense is more abstract, invisible. In this master class, one will witness its ability to stage, to explain without images and, especially, to feel — to allow the intuitiveand metaphoric to exist.Sylvain Bellemare has been a sound designer in Quebec cinema since the mid-90s and has worked with Denis Villeneuve, Stéphane Lafleur, Philippe Falardeau and many others. The Oscar for sound editing 2017 was awarded for his work on Arrival.As part of the Rencontres pancanadiennes du cinéma étudiant** Stay tuned, while waiting for your session: discover the first FNC sound Carte blanche.Via two sound capsules of 4 minutes (Le sonothécaire and Papyrus)one opens a door to close their eyes. An experiment without an image by Sylvain Bellemare.
Her memories become ephemeral and her consciousness tenuous. Her logic flees the rational and she forgets her personal life. This film is a subjective...
CANADA | 120 minutes | 2017
Once an influential experimental, celluloid filmmaker, Doktor Ripp has hit rock bottom, yet attempts one last desperate comeback. Fuelled by jealously and...
Patrice leads a comfortable life as a concierge in an apartment building. His dream is to go on a trip to the south, but the arrival of a new employee...
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