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| 1 min
2014 6 films

Courts, surprenants et toujours divertissants ! Visionnez les courts métrages d'une minute réalisés par de nouveaux talents dans le cadre de notre stage en animation Hothouse.


Un voyage d'une minute à bord d'un panier dans le centre commercial cérébral du trouble déficitaire de l'attention.

Ce film a été produit dans le cadre du Hothouse 10, stage de formation offert aux cinéastes de la relève par le Studio d’animation de Montréal.

  • script
    Alex Boya
  • direction
    Alex Boya
  • animation
    Alex Boya
  • mentoring director
    Chris Landreth
  • editor
    Carrie Haber
  • sound designer
    Ramachandra Borcar
  • technical director
    Éloi Champagne
  • digital imaging specialist
    Randall Finnerty
  • technical coordination
    Steve Hallé
  • sound effects creation
    Karla Baumgardner
  • recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • sound mixer
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • titles
    Mélanie Bouchard
  • online editing
    Denis Pilon
  • administration
    Rosalina Di Sario
    Dominique Forget
    Stéphanie Lalonde
  • associate producer
    Vanessa Quintanilla Cobo
    Jon Montes
  • producer
    Maral Mohammadian
  • executive producer
    Michael Fukushima


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Ages 14 to 18

Arts Education - Visual Arts
Health/Personal Development - Mental Health/Stress/Suicide

Find working definitions of ADD and ADHD so that you can compare and contrast these conditions. Comment on the animator’s depiction of drug therapy that leads to “focus.” What is the filmmaker trying to communicate to the audience with this film? Does the resulting work provide some insight into ADD or does it enhance some of the myths about ADD?

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