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ORA is a stunning meeting between the artistic worlds of choreographer José Navas and filmmaker Philippe Baylaucq. It is the first film to use 3D thermal imaging, producing visuals like none that have ever been seen before: the luminous variations of body heat seen on skin, bodies emitting a multitude of colours, a space filled with movement that transforms itself.

Warning: Although this film was shot in 3D, the streaming and downloadable versions are available in 2D only.

This film contains scenes of nudity and/or sexuality. Viewer discretion is advised.

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  • researcher
    Philippe Baylaucq
  • writer
    Philippe Baylaucq
  • director
    Philippe Baylaucq
  • choreography
    José Navas
  • digital imaging specialist
    Pierre Plouffe
  • director of photography
    Sébastien Gros
  • artistic director
    Gilles Aird
  • costumes
    Atelier de couture Sonya B.
  • editing
    Alain Baril
  • SANDDE animation
    Munro Ferguson
  • digital imaging specialist
    Susan Gourley
  • sound design
    Benoît Dame
  • sound effects
    Gaudry Normand
    Pauline Normand
    Jonathan Voyer
    Guillaume Garant-Rousseau
  • music
    Robert M. Lepage
  • recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • re-recording
    Serge Boivin
    Jean Paul Vialard
  • executive producer
    René Chénier
  • producer
    René Chénier

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    Why no 3D version available! This film is a masterpiece and unfortunately is almost unknown in the 3D community. It's hard to believe that it was screened only this year in the Belgian 3D festival. This year there are so many NFB films in the selection for the Academy awards and 2 of them are in 3D… and there's not even a 3D trailer anywhere. I think that the 3D community deserves to see at least the trailers in 3D. Please make it happen! Merci, Emmanuel

    3MOTION, 23 Dec 2013