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Marie-Hélène Panisset

Canada | 2022 | 29 min
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Join Oscar-nominated Montreal filmmaker Marie-Hélène Panisset on this spellbinding performance by Montreal multi-instrumentalist and composer Charles Papasoff. With his saxophone and surrounded by other talented artists, including the Grands Ballets CanadiensVanessa Garcia Ribala-Montoya, Papasoff slams seven sonnets that William Shakespeare wrote over 400 years ago. Addressing themes such as love, beauty, mortality, infidelity, jealousy, and the passage of time, the film asks, have humans really changed since Shakespearean times?
Director Marie-Hélène Panisset
Director of Photography Marie-Hélène Panisset
International Sales Pauline Mazenod
Production Marie-Hélène Panisset, Charles Papasoff
Editing Marie-Hélène Panisset
Sound Recording Stéphane Grimm
Cast Charles Papasoff, Vanesa Garcia Ribala-Montoya
Graphic Creation Yves Archambault
Music Charles Papasoff
Lighting Benoit Brault

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Marie-Hélène Panisset

Marie-Hélène Panisset

Originally trained in classical dance, Marie-Hélène Panisset graduated from Concordia University’s Communication and Journalism program. Her first short dance films were shown in international festivals. In 2010, she co-directed the feature-length fiction film Lucidité passagère and then directed two documentaries on the Vietnamese question as well as the autofiction Two Straight Girls at a Queer Fest. Marie-Hélène is also a member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts & Sciences for having produced the short film Marguerite, nominated for an Oscar in 2019. She has just completed shooting Chiennes de faïence, her first solo feature film.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Other films:
Captures d’audace (2023)
Capsules d’audace (2023)
Two Straight Girls at a Queer Fest (2022)
Coming Home: par-delà Une nuit sans lune (2021)
Marguerite (2019)

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