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Moïa Jobin-Paré
2019 | 6 min 34 s
Scratching on photographs

Selections and Awards

  • Special MentionAnimafest Zagreb, Croatia (2019)

  • Official SelectionVienna Shorts, Austria (2019)

  • Official SelectionAnima Mundi, Brazil (2019)

  • Official SelectionOttawa International Animation Festival, Ottawa, Canada (2019)

  • Official SelectionSt. John’s International Women’s Film Festival, St. John's, Newfoundland & Labrador (2019)

  • Official SelectionFestival du nouveau cinéma - FNC, Montreal, Canada (2019)


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Team


Moïa Jobin-Paré
Director and Animator
Biography
Photo
Photo : Martin Legault


Moïa Jobin-Paré

Moïa Jobin-Paré is a musician and audiovisual artist. She has developed a unique technique for altering physical photographs, bringing out their previously unexplored and overlooked qualities. She then applies this method to a series of video stills to create dynamic short films. Her first animated short, 4min15 au révélateur, screened at many Canadian and international festivals, winning numerous awards.


Marc Bertrand
Producer (NFB)
Biography
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Marc Bertrand

Marc Bertrand joined the French Animation Studio as a producer in 1998 and has since produced more than 100 films, including such notable successes as the award-winning series Science Please! (2001), and Noël Noël (2003) by Nicola Lemay, which won Gémeaux Awards for Best Animated Series or Film in 2002 and 2004 respectively.  He also co-produced with Marcel Jean the Norman McLaren Master’s Edition (2006), an award-winning DVD box set featuring digitally restored masterpieces by McLaren, a pioneer in the fusion of music and animation. Bertrand’s interest in new technology has led him to become involved in working on 3D films. In 2008, he coproduced Facing Champlain: A Work in 3 Dimensions, directed by Jean-François Pouliot, and produced Private Eyes, a new 3D film by Nicola Lemay.

Among his other productions are acclaimed films such as Imprints (2004) by Jacques Drouin and works by Theodore Ushev: Tower Bawher (2006), Drux Flux (2009) and Lipsett Diaries (2010), winner of a Genie for Best Animated Short and a Special Mention at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival. Bertrand has worked on numerous productions, including the Studio GDS/NFB co-production Romance (2011) by renowned Swiss animator Georges Schwizgebel, winner of the 2012 Genie Award. In 2011, he produced Sunday (2011) by Patrick Doyon, which earned an Oscar® nomination and won the 2012 Jutra Award for Best Animated Film.

In 2013, Marc became an AMPAS (Academy of Motion Picture, Arts and Sciences) member and completed the co-production Hollow Land (Michèle and Uri Kranot) and Gloria Victoria (T. Ushev), which won the FIPRESCI award in Annecy 2013.

In 2014, it was another of Marc’s production, No fish where to go, that received the same honor. The same year, the film Jutra (Marie-Josée St-Pierre, a co-production with MJSP Film) was selected at the Fortnight of directors in Cannes and in February 2015 won a Jutra, a Gemeaux and a Canadian Screen Award for best short animated film.  In 2016, his production of Théodore Ushev’s Vaysha the Blind won both the Jury Prise and de Children Jury prize in Annecy and in 2017 the film was nominated for an Oscar® in for the Best Short Animated film category.

Credits

Direction, Animation, Editing
Moïa Jobin-Paré

Production
Marc Bertrand

Sound Design
Benjamin Proulx-Mathers

Camera
Yannick Grandmont
Moïa Jobin-Paré

Editing Consultant
Karl Lemieux

With
Carol-Ann Belzil-Normand
Julie Cloutier Delorme
Simon Drouin
Klaus Filip
Thierry Guibert
Arnold Haberl
Dieter Kovačič
Francis Labissonnière
Cédric Dind-Lavoie
Thomas Nußbaumer
Jeanne Paré
Billy Roisz
Martin Tétreault
Julie Blanche Vandenbroucque

Music, Sound Art
Improvisations
Cédric Dind-Lavoie

Lèvres salées
Julie Cloutier Delorme

Mains libres
Martin Tétreault

Scie musicale, improvisation no 1
Simon Drouin

Solaris
Thierry Guibert

Sonic Luz
Klaus Filip
Arnold Haberl

Wohnzimmermusik
Billy Roisz
Dieter Kovačič

Technical Directors
Pierre Plouffe
Yannick Grandmont

Technical Coordinator
Jean-François Laprise

Online Editing
Serge Verreault

Computer Graphics
Cynthia Ouellet

Re-recording
Isabelle Lussier

Studio Coordinators
Michèle Labelle
Laetitia Seguin

Administrators
Diane Régimbald
Karine Desmeules

Marketing
Karine Sévigny

Line Producers
Anne-Marie Bousquet
Mylène Augustin

Executive Producer
Julie Roy



Press Relations

  • Nadine Viau
    NFB Publicist – Montreal
    C.: 514-458-9745
    n.viau@nfb.ca

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