Film Archive

International Programme 2015
In Deep Waters Sarah Van Den Boom

The three protagonists of this film are united by something that they must still learn to understand: a loss that happened so early in their lives they don’t remember it but that affected their development nonetheless.

In Deep Waters

Animated Film
Canada,
France
2015
12 minutes
subtitles: 
No

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Richard Van Den Boom
Sarah Van Den Boom
Pierre Caillet
Sarah Van Den Boom
Sarah Van Den Boom, Annie Jean
Gilles Cuvelier, Gabriel Jacquel, Samuel Guénolé, Marine Blin, Marion Le Guillou, Denis Fleurion, Pierre Lesca (Studio Train-Train), Sarah Van Den Boom
Sarah Van Den Boom
Pierre Yves Drapeau, Lise Wedlock, Jean Paul Vialard
The three protagonists of this film are united by something that they must still learn to understand: a loss that happened so early in their lives they don’t remember it but that affected their development nonetheless. The film uses different aesthetics to depict these persons’ search for a lost part of themselves, the questions they ask themselves and others, and the longing that will always be part of them.

Annegret Richter
International Programme 2015
Quiet Zone Karl Lemieux, David Bryant

Electromagnetic fields are invisible. But “electrosensitive” people sense that we are surrounded by all kinds of radio waves.

2015

Quiet Zone

Animadoc
Canada
2015
14 minutes
subtitles: 
No

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Julie Roy
Karl Lemieux, David Bryant
David Bryant
Mathieu Laverdière, Karl Lemieux, David Bryant
Mathieu Bouchard-Malo
Karl Lemieux
Olivier Calvert, David Bryant
Electromagnetic fields are invisible. But “electrosensitive” people sense that we are surrounded by all kinds of radio waves. The images of the film, too, sense more than they show: lonely American landscapes, suburban homes, radio towers, and sometimes the narrator, a woman on the run from civilisation. “Quiet Zone” responds to the increasingly restless human communication by a disintegration of reality on the level of the film material itself.

Lars Meyer