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Sonate Tableaux: Mouvement 4

World Premiere

Sonate Tableaux: Mouvement 4

Carlos Ferrand

Canada | 2021 | 11 min
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Inspired by the fourth movement of Sonata Tableaux, a neo-romantic work by Montreal composer Alain Payette, this short film explores the internal relationship among music, dance, the art of mime, and painting. Through the solo performance of Canadian pianist Minna Re Shin, among others, Sonata Tableaux: Mouvement 4 explores the themes of beauty, the dynamics of the female body, and the role of women in the world of the arts.
Director Carlos Ferrand
Director of Photography Carlos Ferrand
Production Minna Re Shin
Production Manager Minna Re Shin
Editing Loïc Bruderlein
Sound Recording Ombú productions
Camera Loïc Bruderlein, Gabriel Argüello
Colorization Loïc Bruderlein
Choreography Muriel Valtat
Artist Catherine Toupin, Minna Re Shin, Natalija Jeremic, Laurence Castonguay Emery
Sound mixing Ombú productions
Music Alain Payette
Animation Loïc Bruderlein
Costumes L’Atelier de Couture Sonya B
Other Francine Alepin

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• Cinéma du Musée - Auditorium Maxwell-Cummings
Saturday, march 26, 2022, 05:30 p.m. — 07:30 p.m.


Carlos Ferrand

Carlos Ferrand

Carlos Ferrand was born in Lima, Peru. From Lima to Brussels, Paris and Vermont, he spent several years studying and wandering about but with film always at the core of his interests. For the past 40 years, he has worked in Canada as a screenwriter and director and has collaborated as director of photography on over fifty films, both fiction and documentary, including his latest feature documentary Jongué, A Nomad’s Journey,13, A Ludodrama about Walter Benjamin,” which made its international premiere at the 2019 Venice Film Festival, and Americano,” a road movie from Patagonia to the Arctic visiting friends and taking the pulse of the Americas, which has been presented in 25 festivals and won several prizes and nominations.

His interests vary from social issues to spirituality and the poetics of entertainment. He directed the first film made in Peru about African slaves, Cimarrones”; then for InformAction Films Visionaries” (Best Cinematography and Best Overall Sound at Hot Docs), and The Magic Touch” about Dominique Lemieux, costume designer for Le Cirque du Soleil, which won three Gémeaux Awards, including Best Cultural Documentary.

Biographical notes provided by the film production team
Selected films:
Jongué, cahier Nomade. (2019)
13, un ludodrame sur Walter Benjamin.(2017)
For You (2015)
Planète Yoga (2011)
Americano (2007)

In the same session

Cinéma du Musée - Auditorium Maxwell-Cummings

Saturday, march 26, 2022, 05:30 p.m.

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