1. Parkwood: The Documentary


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    Filmed in Charlotte, this documentary serves as a historical piece of memory for Parkwood CME Church, as they celebrate their 150th Anniversary. Filmed by Amil Barnes (http://shotbyamil.com)

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    • CLASSE DE MAITRES : Animations libres et comparées / Freestyle animation process MASTERCLASS


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      Récompensés d’élogieuses distinctions, Dion, Ushev, Bouchard et Landreth font partie des plus grands mentors de cette génération. L’atmosphère psycho-réaliste et tordu de Chris Landreth, le stop-motion calculé à la plastiline près de Patrick Bouchard, la poésie très esthétique de Franck Dion et l’environnement surréaliste du grand maître du collage, Theodore Ushev, sauront vous envoûter. Marco de Blois, conservateur à la Cinémathèque québécoise pour le cinéma d’animation, fera un bref état des lieux et du genre en assurant la transition entre chaque invité. +++++ Decorated with rave distinctions, Dion, Ushev, Bouchard and Landreth are some of the most renowned mentors of this generation. The psycho-realistic and twisted atmosphere of Chris Landreth, the stop-motion plasticine meticulously calculated by Patrick Bouchard, the alluringly aesthetic poetry of Franck Dion and the surreal environment of the great master of collage, Theodore Ushev, all will leave you enchanted and wanting more. Marco de Blois, curator at Cinémathèque Québécoise for animated film, will present a brief overview of the venues and genres, assuming the smooth transition between each guest.

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      • This is Shooting Wall


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        This is Shooting Wall An omnibus film on the theme of Sacco and Vanzetti

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        • Ocean's Eighteen


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          Parody of Ocean's 11 and 12 that we made for our sister floor at Moody. This is the second short I made in college. I made this without any training, just got together with a bunch of friends and learned on the fly. Shown school wide. Looking back, the story and my producing is perhaps the thing I am most proud of. The Cine, Editing, Lighting, Audio is sophomoric, but I think not bad for someone who knew no theory. Hope you enjoy.

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          • Ace Overdrive ep 14


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            • Classe de maitre avec Jean-Marc Vallée


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              Samedi 17 mars > 13 h > Hôtel Chicoutimi Classe de maître - Rencontre avec Jean-Marc Vallée Jean-Marc Vallée réalise son premier long métrage en 1995, Liste Noire, un audacieux thriller érotique sans précédent dans l’univers cinématographique québécois. Le film récolte neuf mises en nomination aux prix Génie. En 2005, il signe son deuxième long métrage en langue française, C.R.A.Z.Y., une œuvre forte et poignante qui, par son caractère profondément personnel, touche à l’universel. Véritable phénomène, le film a été distribué dans plus de cinquante pays et a récolté une vingtaine de prix dans les festivals de films internationaux dont celui du « Meilleur Film canadien » au Festival International du Film de Toronto en 2005. La même année, C.R.A.Z.Y. rafle 11 prix Génie et 15 prix Jutra, en plus de recevoir la Bobine d’Or décernée au long métrage ayant occupé la première place du box-office canadien. Il a aussi signé les deux premiers volets d’une trilogie de courts métrages qui revisitent les relations père-fils, thème cher au réalisateur. Les fleurs magiques (1995) et Les mots magiques (1998) ont été couronnés par de nombreux prix tant au Québec qu’à l’étranger. Son film intitulé Victoria : les jeunes années d’une reine, produit par Graham King et Martin Scorsese a reçu « l’Oscar des meilleurs costumes » en 2010 et a récolté deux nominations pour la « Meilleur direction artistique » et le « Meilleur maquillage ». Enfin, sélectionné au Festival de Films de Venise en 2011, Café de Flore a reçu le prix du « Meilleur film canadien » au Vancouver Film Critics Award en janvier 2012 ainsi qu’au « Atlantic Film Festival » en septembre 2011. Master class Meeting with Jean-Marc Vallée Jean-Marc Vallée directed his first feature film in 1995, Liste Noire, a daring erotic thriller without precedent in the Quebec cinematographic universe. The film received nine nominations at the Genie Awards. In 2005, he signed his second feature film in French, C.R.A.Z.Y., a powerful and moving work that, through its deeply personal nature, touches the universal. A genuine phenomenon, this film has been distributed in more than fifty countries. It received over twenty awards in international film festivals, among which « Best Canadian Film » at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2005. In the same year, C.R.A.Z.Y. bagged 11 Genie Awards and 15 Jutra awards while also receiving the Golden Reel Award granted to the feature film which ranked first at the Canadian box-office. He also signed the first two parts of a short films trilogy which explores the father-son relationships, a favoured theme for this director. Les fleurs magiques (1995) and Les mots magiques (1998) have been granted numerous awards in Quebec as well as abroad. His film, titled The Young Victoria, produced by Graham King and Martin Scorsese was granted the Academy Award for Best Costume Design in 2010 and was nominated twice for Best Art Direction and Best Makeup. Lastly, his film Café de Flore, selected at the Venice International Film Festival in 2011, was granted the « Best Canadian Film » award at the Vancouver Film Critics Award in January 2012 as well as at the Atlantic Film Festival in September 2011.

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              • Ten Years Dailies w/ Rough Cut 16mm Film (1997)


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                After ten years of separation, former prep school sweethearts meet coincidentally and discuss their hopes and dreams together in Long Island, New York. They spend the night together but move on their own separate ways by the morning as they struggle with their own inner conflicts.

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                • Making Fifty Million


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                  • Fall 2012, ENG 335 Directing Student Films


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                    For the ENG 335 Directing class final, students were tasked with creating short films based on the chosen common topic "Dreams." Based on the style of "Paris, je t'aime," they combined their shorts into a feature length production, loosely arranged on the theme.

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                    • Mason - Making of


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                      This is a behind the scenes / making of video for my short film, Mason. It includes interviews and behind the scenes footage (you could've guessed from the name). It is just over an hour long but hopefully you will see the amount of work that went into the film and all the people who made it possible. This is video dedicated to those people. p.s I know David Mahady's interview at the start of the video is off i.e he looks away from the camera. I only copped this when I began editing and didn't have time to reshoot.

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