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| 1 min
2009 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.


Court métrage d'animation 2D par ordinateur. Une goule (vampire femelle) perd son cerveau, mais en retrouve un nouveau.

Ce film a été produit dans le cadre du Hothouse 5, stage de formation offert aux cinéastes de la relève par le Studio d’animation de Montréal. Le thème central de cette cinquième édition était «La fois où j’ai change d’idée».

  • writer
    Brandon Blommaert
  • director
    Brandon Blommaert
  • mentoring director
    Alison Reiko Loader
    Janet Perlman
    Steve Woloshen
  • music
    Luigi Allemano
  • sound design
    Luigi Allemano
  • editor
    Jelena Popovic
  • digital imagery
    Susan Gourley
    Louis-André Fortin
  • musician
    Mariane Croteau
  • foley effects
    Karla Baumgardner
  • sound recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • sound mixer
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • technical coordinator
    Julie Laperrière
  • online editor
    Yannick Carrier
  • marketing
    Mia Desroches
    Patrick Viegas
  • administration
    Gisèle Guilbault
    Rosalina Di Sario
  • executive producer
    David Verrall
  • producer
    Michael Fukushima
  • associate producer
    Maral Mohammadian


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Ages 17 to 18

Family Studies/Home Economics - Aging/Death and Dying
Health/Personal Development - Human Growth and Development
Media Education - Film Animation

Warnings: Graphic imagery


  • The film’s creator uses animation to convey complex and abstract themes; do you think that animation is a good medium for this purpose? Why or why not?
  • What are some of the themes that you believe the film’s creator is trying to convey?
  • Style Copy
    • There are countless different styles of animation; have your students attempt to imitate the film’s style to become more familiar with any animation tools they may have at their disposal.

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