July 11th, 2007 11:36:00
One big night for the festivalgoers
Sous le regard attentif de Bill Zebub, réalisateur du film Ass Monster Tyler Gibb, le réalisateur et créateur de lanimé canadien Minushi
The day begins with the film Ass Monster a priceless gem for black humor, a comedy about being behind the scene in the industry. Under the watchful eye of Bill Zebub, the audience is transported to a cinematographic universe of a set. He shows you the good side but better, he shows you the ugly side of things. It was in front of a pleased audience that the director Bill Zebub presented himself for a Q & A session.
Around suppertime, Tyler Gibb, the director and creator of the Canadian anime Minushi, took the stage. It was with pleasure that he answered many of the crowds questions. He shared a couple of anecdotes onset and gave advice for users of Flash animation.
Once again, Sion Sono made an appearance at the festival and this time, we were entitled to hunted hair Exte : Hair Extension seduced the crowd with its originality and its quality. However, seeing as Sion Sonos films are always a little strange, the questions session was especially interesting. He answered all questions and even some in English. He enjoyed the experience, and above all the Montreal audience, so much that he promised he would come back with another movie next year.
We already knew that Chris Gorak was a great art director. He has worked with many renowned names such as David Fincher, Terry Gilliam, Joel and Ethan Coen. The people present in the Hall Theater were very curious to see what he was capable of behind the camera. The shower of applause, which followed the screening of the film, let us know that the transition was a success. It was a satisfied Chris Gorak that stood before the crowd and answered his fans questions.
So there goes another big day and a satisfied crowd.
Encore une fois, Sion Sono a pointé le bout de son nez au festival.
Eric S. Boisvert
Translated by Karen Aye
photos : (c) 2007 Max JunO et Pierre Roussel