Vive la rose

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Based on the last recording by one of Newfoundland's foremost traditional music performers, Emile Benoit's tender delivery of the 18th century French song is the heart of Vive la rose. The story of unrequited love and tentative obsession throughout the beloved's life, sickness and early death is the narrative focus, accompanied by an emotional interpretation of Benoit's strong Newfoundland French accent and wavering old man's voice. Vive la rose is animation on location, rooting the film in a location that evokes the past, and combines ink drawings with a variety of romantic and associative elements and objects.

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Comments

  • Emilie_Nguyen_Ngoc

    “Susane, le film fonctionne à présent. Pourriez-vous réessayer? Merci!” — Emilie_Nguyen_Ngoc, 21 Mar 2013

  • susane

    “Je ne peux visionner le film ou la bande annonce” — susane, 20 Mar 2013

  • Brainmster123790

    “It was one of the saddest film of all, good job. :)” — Brainmster123790, 7 Jul 2011

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Film Credits

director
Bruce Alcock
producer
Tina Ouellette
Annette Clarke
Michael Fukushima
design
Bruce Alcock
Luke Murphy
Dan Sousa
Dirk van de Vondel
2D animation
Bruce Alcock
Dan Sousa
3D animation
Paul Herschell
Justin Longoz
Joe Truesdell
artwork
Bruce Alcock
Luke Murphy
Dan Sousa
William Gill
Gillian Wharton
director of photography
Robert Petrie
art director
Marty Sexton
stop motion animation
Bruce Alcock
Mary Lewis
editing
Nathaniel Akin
Bruce Alcock
Paul Herschell
Justin Longoz
Joe Truesdell
sound design
Judith Gruber-Stitzer
foley
The Perlgrubs
re-recording
Serge Boivin
Shelley Craig
Jean Paul Vialard

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