Clip (Martin Villeneuve: How I made an impossible film (TED2013) - French subtitled)


Title: Mars et Avril Clip (Martin Villeneuve: How I made an impossible film (TED2013) - French subtitled)
Description: In 2012, Martin Villeneuve completed his first feature film as writer-director-producer, "Mars et Avril," based on his graphic novels and starring Jacques Languirand, Caroline Dhavernas, Paul Ahmarani and Robert Lepage. This striking, effects-laden vision of the future received resounding worldwide acclaim: 4 Canadian Screen Awards nominations (including one for Best Adaptation), 5 Jutra Award nominations, 20 international festivals among the most prestigious (Karlovy Vary, Mumbai, Mill Valley, Whistler, Brussels, etc.) and positive reviews abroad, including that of Variety and The Gazette (4.5 stars out of 5). In addition, the sheer inventiveness of the film's production won Martin an invitation to give a TED Talk (Technology, Entertainment and Design) in Long Beach, California, last February, thereby becoming the very first speaker from Quebec to do so. His talk, "How I made an impossible film," is now part of TED's movie magic list, featuring famed directors such as James Cameron and J.J. Abrams. "Filmmaker Martin Villeneuve talks about 'Mars et Avril', the Canadian sci-fi spectacular he made with virtually no money. In a charming talk, he explains the various ways he overcame financial and logistical constraints to produce his unique and inventive vision of the future." - TED
Related Titles: Mars et Avril
Related Names:Mathieu Demers, Caroline Dhavernas, Kathleen Fortin, Robert Lepage, Stéphane Demers, Benoit Beaulieu, Jean Marchand, François Schuiten, Jacques Languirand, Khanh Hua, Richard Robitaille, Charles Papasoff, Marcel Sabourin, Benoît Charest, Martin Villeneuve, Émilie Blake, Jean Asselin, Pierre Leblanc, Denis Gravereaux, André Montmorency, Michèle Deslauriers, Anne-Marie Gélinas, Emanuel Hoss-Desmarais, Gabriel Gascon, Paul Ahmarani
Content Rating:Not Rated
Video URL: http://www.imdb.com/video/wab/vi1269671961/