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Louise Warren - Fragments

Louise Warren — Fragments

Anne-Marie Tougas

Canada | 2020 | 5 min
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Louise Warren – Fragments goes to the very heart of the poet’s experience: her material and the space she inhabits. In a career spanning more than 35 years, she has published numerous poetry collections as well as essays on the experience of creation and artwork. This film is based on an unpublished excerpt by Louise Warren about subject matter and creation, written in 2019. The text, read by the artist off-camera, invites us to reflect. On screen, we travel between Louise Warren’s house, her eclectic and personal collection of small-scale artworks, and the undergrowth — a metaphor for the work fashioned by the poet’s hands. This film chimes a resonance between material and written word.
Director Anne-Marie Tougas

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Anne-Marie Tougas

Anne-Marie Tougas

A graduate of the University of Montreal in landscape architecture, Anne-Marie Tougas practiced as an architect for a few years. Since 1982, she has been working in the field of cinema and television. At first, she worked in television for fifteen years, then migrated to documentary film in 1996. Creation and artistic expression are an integral part of Anne-Marie Tougas’ cinematographic approach. As a documentary filmmaker, she is interested in universal themes and great human values that are meaningful and raise questions.

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Louise Warren — Fragments (2020) ; Les Chercheurs d’art (2014) ; Vivre avec l’art… un art de vivre (2010) ; L’espace que j’ai vu… un portrait de l’architecte pierre thibault (2007) ; Raymond Klibansky — De la philosophie à la vie (2002).

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