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Seth’s Dominion

Luc Chamberland
2015 | 42 min 6 s

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Luc Chamberland
Director
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Luc Chamberland

Luc Chamberland is a Montreal-based animator and director. After graduating from Concordia University, Luc embarked on a nomadic career that eventually landed him in London, where he created animation for several feature films, including Steven Spielberg’s We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story. He was also director of animation on the Dreamworks feature Joseph: King of Dreams. Seth’s Dominion is the first film that Luc has directed and animated for the NFB.


Marcy Page
Producer
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Marcy Page

Marcy Page has pursued an interest in animation for well over 30 years.

Born and raised in California, she animated for over a dozen companies and taught animation courses at San Francisco State University and the California College of Arts & Crafts in addition to pursuing her independent animation craft before immigrating to Canada.

Prior to joining the National Film Board of Canada in 1990, her personal film Paradisia was awarded at many international festivals.

As a NFB producer in animation, she has remained committed in the many projects on which she collaborated, to seeking out eclectic and unusual productions that push the envelope of the medium.  She’s helped lead the way in marrying computer technology and artistry, as NFB producer on such films as Chris Landreth’s Oscar winning, 3D-generated “documation” co-production Ryan and on stereoscopic animation projects such as Falling in Love Again  and June (2003, Munro Ferguson, dir.).

She has produced or co-produced work with many other world-renowned animation directors such as Paul Driessen, Janet Perlman, John Weldon, Chris Hinton, Gayle Thomas, Sheldon Cohen, Craig Welch, Lynn Smith, Wendy Tilby and Amanda Forbis. As well, she collaborated on the first professional animated films of such emerging talents as Chris Lavis and Maciek Szczerbowski with their Oscar nominated Madame Tutli-Putliand the first films by Torill Kove, the Oscar nominated My Grandmother Ironed the King’s Shirts (co-produced with Norway’s Studio Magica). She also worked on Torill’s Oscar winning The Danish Poet (co-produced with Norway’s Mikrofilm).

Marcy Page has helped to shape dozens of acclaimed narrative and non-narrative films that together have garnered over 250 international awards for the NFB and its celebrated animation program.


Michael Fukushima
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Michael Fukushima

Michael Fukushima has been making films since 1984. He joined the NFB in 1990 to direct the animated documentary Minoru: Memory of Exile (1992), winner of the Hot Docs Best Short Documentary award. Michael became an NFB animation producer in 1997, co-founding the NFB’s flagship emerging filmmaker program, Hothouse, in 2002 and was appointed executive producer of the NFB’s fabled Animation Studio in 2013.

Some notable films in his filmography include Genie Award winner cNote (2004), by Chris Hinton; Shira Avni’s animated documentary Tying Your Own Shoes (2009), which won the Golden Dove at DOK Leipzig and the prestigious NHK Japan Prize; Muybridge’s Strings (2011), by Oscar-nominated Japanese filmmaker Koji Yamamura; Oscar-nominated films Dimanche (2011), by Patrick Doyon, and Me and My Moulton (2014), by Torill Kove; and, most recently, Cordell Barker’s If I Was God… and Ann Marie Fleming’s Window Horses. Michael now mostly produces the producers and offers up sagacity, but he continues to keep his hand in—this year, on the first short film in two decades by Oscar winners Alison Snowden and David Fine, and on Oscar winner Torill Kove’s new film, Threads.

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WRITTEN AND DIRECTED BY
LUC CHAMBERLAND

PRODUCED BY
MARCY PAGE
GERRY FLAHIVE

ASSOCIATE PRODUCER
LUC CHAMBERLAND

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS
DAVID VERRALL
MICHAEL FUKUSHIMA
RODDY MCMANUS

ORIGINAL MUSIC AND SOUND DESIGN
LUIGI ALLEMANO

INTERVIEWS FEATURING
SETH (GREGORY GALLANT)
CHESTER BROWN
JOHN HENRY GALLANT
JOE MATT
BRAD MACKAY
CHRIS OLIVEROS
TANIA VAN SPYK

DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY
JOHN MINH TRAN

ADDITIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY
MARIO BONENFANT
FRANCIS PIQUETTE

SOUND RECORDING
STEVE MCNAMEE
SANJAY MEHTA
SIMON BRIEN
HUGUES CORMIER

DOCUMENTARY PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS
SCOTT BURTON
JAMES HELLYER
JEREMY LARTER
CHRISTOPHER LOGAN

EDITING
OANA SUTEU KHITIRIAN

ASSISTANT EDITING
PAUL TOM

ANIMATION VOICES
BRUCE EDWARDS
PATRICIA SUMMERSETT

STORYBOARDS
LUC CHAMBERLAND

BACKGROUNDS
ALAIN COUDRY

ANIMATION SUPERVISION
JO MEURIS

ANIMATION
SEAN BRANIGAN
LUC CHAMBERLAND
JO MEURIS
JONATHAN NG
VÉRONIQUE PAQUETTE
HYUN JIN PARK
STÉPHANNIE SAINT-LOUIS
CHARLIE BELIN
ACHILLE BIBARD
OLIVIA BLANC
MARION BORDEYNE-BOUCLY
ÉLODIE BOURIELLE
EMMA CARRÉ
CLÉMENT COURCIER
AURÉLIEN FERNANDEZ
CHARLOTTE GAYET
FAOUZI HAMMADI
MARINE LACLOTTE
ANTOINE LEGENDRE
FABRICE LERET
GABRIELLE LOCRE
MATHILDE PARQUET
QUENTIN PERSYN
LIN TAING
EMMANUELLE WALKER

3D ANIMATION
CLÉMENT COURCIER
QUENTIN SCHALL
MARION BORDEYNE-BOUCLY

IMAGE COMPOSITING
JO MEURIS
STEGO
LAURIE MEI
ROSS DIONNE

DIGITAL IMAGING CONSULTANTS
ELOI CHAMPAGNE
RANDALL FINNERTY
SUSAN GOURLEY

DESIGN DEVELOPMENT
BENOIT CHAGNON

RESEARCH CONSULTANT
MANFRED BECKER

FOLEY
KARLA BAUMGARDNER
WITH
ROD THIBEAULT

SOUND EDITING ASSISTANT
SHARRON MIRSKY

FOLEY AND MUSIC RECORDING AND MUSIC MIX
GEOFFREY MITCHELL

FINAL MIX
JEAN PAUL VIALARD

ONLINE EDITING
YANNICK CARRIER 

TITLES AND CREDITS
MÉLANIE BOUCHARD

TECHNICAL COORDINATION
STEVE HALLÉ
JULIE LAPERRIÈRE

PRODUCTION COORDINATION
ELAINE LARGIE
SOPHIE DUPUIS
LYSANNE FORTIER
STÉPHANIE LALONDE

STUDIO COORDINATION
SIMON ZAURRINI

ADMINISTRATION
VICTOIRE-ÉMILIE BESSETTE
ROSALINA DI SARIO
GISÈLE GUILBAULT

MARKETING
KELLEY ALEXANDER
GENEVIÈVE BÉRARD



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