|Saturday,||March 7, 2020||6 p.m.|
Paul-Gérin-Lajoie-d’Outremont High School Auditorium
475 Bloomfield Avenue
Outremont (Québec) H2V 1Y8
Photos: Laura Stewart, Mathieu Girard, Claire Brognez, NFB/Bonobo studios, Frédérick Tremblay, Guillaume Blanchet, Ainslie Henderson, Joseph Feltus, Zoe Hutber, Claire Lamond, Jess Cope and Anna Pearson
Evening of stop motion shorts (Québec and Scotland)
Adult and teen audiences, 13 years +
Single admission price: $15
Festival Stop Motion Montréal (Québec) and the Edinburgh Short Film Festival (Scotland) share the screen for an evening of sensational shorts. The two festivals have chosen some of the best films created over the past decade in their respective parts of the world.
Without words, in French or in English.
RUNNING TIME: 90 minutes
TECHNIQUE: Stop Motion Animation
Welcome by Laura Stewart
The Oldest Stone by Mathieu Girard
The Sisters’ Bedroom by Claire Brognez
Hedgehog’s Home by Eva Cvijanović (NFB)
The Drawer and the Crow by Frédérick Tremblay
A Girl Named Elastika by Guillaume Blanchet
I am Tom Moody by Ainslie Henderson (2012)
Solo Duets by Joseph Feltus (2007)
Short Changed by Zoe Hutber (2018)
All that Glisters by Claire Lamond (2012)
The Owl House by Jess Cope (2008)
Out on The Tiles by Anna Pearson (2010)
Founded in 2009, Festival Stop Motion Montréal is the world’s first festival dedicated to showcasing films animated exclusively using stop motion techniques. The Festival aims to foster the development of this amazing technique that creates the illusion of movement with objects or figurines that would otherwise be inanimate. In a digital revolution age, stop motion is experiencing a resurgence. The technique brings back hand made cinema, the texture of tangible materials, and the fantasy world made possible by stop motion animation.
Dedicated to showcasing short films from Edinburgh, from Scotland and from around the world, the Edinburgh Short Film Festival has pretty much seen it all – from the first film made in Somalia in 20 years, to Oscar-nominated shorts and films smuggled out of China and Iran.