Elio Rifaat, Léa Saint-Laurent
Tempodegenerative is an exploration of odd sequences which want to express neurodegeneration. It is an abstract experimental short film. Tempo degenerative, as the title implies, is an experience that gradually gains in chaos while overlapping an overwhelming base structure from the start. I invite the audience to contemplate the fact that we are the sum total of our memories, from a place where the mind is not eternal nor spotless. Confusion, juxtaposition, disorientation, and loss of self. There are minimalist drawings being spun on a motorized zoetrope combined with a strobe as a way to refer to the confusion and disorientation those who suffer from neurodegenerative disease experience, which are gradually changed to more complex compositions relating to more personal memories. You’re on what feels like your last string, hoping things will eventually calm down. It's a nonstop flight or fight.
An uproariously bizarre creation from independent animation icon Bill Plympton, revisited with an entirely new, original, and otherworldly musical accompaniment care of PanaCello!
The popular animated series TOUPIE ET BINOU is finally coming to the big screen! With the voices of Marc Labrèche, Anne Dorval, Xavier Dolan, Stéphane Rousseau and Geneviève Schmidt.
Yugo Sako, Kouichi Sasaki, Ram Mohan
Perdue pendant 30 ans, l’adaptation aimée de l’épopée hindoue est enfin de retour au grand écran. Une convergence de mythes, de musique, de monstres et de héros!