No Fish Where to Go

No Fish Where to Go

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In this short animation based on Marie-Francine Hébert's 2003 book of the same name, a friendship unites two little girls from opposing clans in a village where tensions are mounting. The citizens with the red shoes clearly despise those without, and one fateful morning, one of the girls and her family are accosted at gunpoint by their oppressors. The little girl barely has time to grab her beloved pet fish before the men are herded to one side and the women and children to the other. So begins our protagonist's long and painful journey as she seeks shelter for herself, her mother, and her fish. This modern tale compassionately and poetically addresses intolerance and the consequences of war.

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  • direction
    Nicola Lemay
    Janice Nadeau
  • animation
    Nicola Lemay
    Janice Nadeau
  • script
    Marie-Francine Hébert
  • music
  • sound design
    Olivier Calvert
  • voice recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • re-recording
    Serge Boivin
  • foley
    Lise Wedlock
  • voice
    Maria Bircher
    Teale Bishopric
    Andreas Apergis
    Bruce Dinsmore
    Mathew MacKay
    Angela Magri
    Kent McQuaid
    Kwasi Songui
  • animation
    Jens Hahn
  • editing
    Oana Suteu
  • digital imaging specialist
    Pierre Plouffe
  • executive producer
    René Chénier
  • producer
    Marc Bertrand

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