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À ciel ouvert, portrait d'un pavillon à Venise

2020 25 min
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Portrait intimiste du pavillon du Canada à la Biennale de Venise, bijou architectural conçu par le célèbre Studio BBPR de Milan et récemment restauré, tout comme ses jardins, par le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada.

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À ciel ouvert, portrait d'un pavillon à Venise

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Portrait intimiste du pavillon du Canada à la Biennale de Venise, bijou architectural conçu par le célèbre Studio BBPR de Milan et récemment restauré, tout comme ses jardins, par le Musée des beaux-arts du Canada.
  • director
    Katerine Giguère
  • script
    Katerine Giguère
  • editor
    Annie Leclair
  • music
    Pierre-Philippe Côté
    Steven Doman
  • None
    Katerine Giguère
  • direction consultant
    Annie Leclair
  • content consultant
    Annie Leclair
  • history, archives and iconography consultant
    Réjean Legault
  • supplementary footage
    Jean-Marc Abela
  • location sound recorder
    Sylvain Vary
    Olivier Léger
    Lisa Kolisnyk
    Louis Frederic Edwards
    Marco Fiumara
  • participation
    Paolo Baratta
    Alberico Barbiano di Belgiojoso
    Simon Brault
    Emanuela Carpani
    Karen Colby Stothart
    Josée Drouin Brisebois
    Réjean Legault
    Anne Eschapasse
    Marc Mayer
    Cornelia Hahn Oberlander
    Sasha Suda
  • production assistant
    Amélie Lambert-Bouchard
    Tamara Anna Andruszkiewicz
    Sergio Dalla Lana
  • online editing
    Yannick Carrier
  • editing technician
    Patrick Trahan
    Pierre Dupont
    Isabelle Painchaud
  • music recording
    Studio le nid
  • music mix
    Studio le nid
  • sound editing
    Daniel Toussaint
  • sound mixing
    Isabelle Lussier
  • colour calibration
    Yannick Carrier
  • design animation
    Mélanie Bouchard
    Jacques Bertrand Simard
  • translation
    France Gladu
    Gervaise Delmas
    George Kaltsounakis
    Sette
  • subtitling
    France Gladu
    Gervaise Delmas
    George Kaltsounakis
    Sette
  • visual research
    Claire Bourbonnais
  • rights acquisition
    Claire Bourbonnais
  • stock footage
    Ragnhild Milewski
    Lea Nakonechny
  • deputy director, Exhibitions and Outreach
    Anne Eschapasse
  • senior exhibitions manager
    Serge Belet
  • executive assistant, Exhibitions and Outreach
    Marie-Claude Mongeon
  • head of Library, Archives ans Fellowship Program
    Cyndie Campbell
  • director general
    Karen Colby Stothart
  • administrator
    Isabelle Limoges
  • production coordinator
    Marcia Seebaran
  • technical coordinator
    Daniel Lord
  • executive producer
    André Picard
  • producer
    André Picard
  • consultant producer
    Katerine Giguère
  • executive director
    André Picard

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Education

Ages 15 to 18

Warnings: Language, nudity, images and discussion of sexuality.

This short film shares the history of the Canada Pavilion in Venice. Ideal for the study of art from the perspective of an artist. What is the purpose of Canada Pavilion in Venice? What is the impact of the space of an art installation on the artist’s work? Why was the restoration of this space in Venice important to Canada? How does the landscape work with the architecture? How does this Pavilion represent Canada on the world stage? 

À ciel ouvert, portrait d'un pavillon à Venise
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