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Allumage

Allumage

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Vistas
Vistas
2009 13 films

Vistas est une série de courts-métrages sur le thème de la nation. D'Halifax à Vancouver, chacun des studios du Programme anglais de l'ONF a participé à ce projet qui culmine en la présentation de 13 films uniques réalisés par 13 réalisateurs autochtones.

Details

Ce film d’animation assistée par ordinateur évoque l’expérience de rouler en solitaire, le soir, sur une route de campagne sans éclairage. Le faisceau des phares perce la nuit, créant des ombres vacillantes qui obscurcissent tout, hors du chemin.


Credits
  • script
    Doug, Jr. Smarch
  • animation
    Doug, Jr. Smarch
  • direction
    Doug, Jr. Smarch
  • technical art consultant
    Bob McAfee
  • editing
    Eliot Piltz
  • sound design
    Gael MacLean
  • supervision for additional music
    Gael MacLean
  • music - composition
    Robyn Traill
  • music - interpretation
    Robyn Traill
  • sound mixer
    Doug Paterson
  • post-production audio facility
    Rukkus House
  • None
    Hand Cut Films
    Finale Editworks
  • production coordination
    Jennifer Roworth
  • technical coordination
    Wes Machnikowski
  • production supervisor
    Kathryn Lynch
    Scott Collins
  • program administrator
    Bruce Hagerman
    Cyndi Forcand
  • marketing officer
    Leslie Stafford
    Mia Desroches
  • series producer
    Vanessa Loewen
    Joe MacDonald
  • series executive producer
    Derek Mazur
    Peter Strutt
  • producer
    Yves J. Ma
  • executive producer
    Tracey Friesen

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Education

Ages 12 to 17

Arts Education - Visual Arts
English Language Arts - CanLit
Media Education - Film Animation

Use Ignition as a visual writing prompt in a writing class and have students develop this nighttime drive on a rural road into a written narrative piece. The teacher can use this short to teach the conventions of suspense (e.g. setting, solitary nature of the ride, musical score). To ensure that students do not all write the same type of story, place a few parameters on character(s), issues/conflicts, and resolution.

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