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Zea

« Surgissant des entrailles de nulle part, une forme diaphane se laisse deviner à travers une lumière dorée... » Ce court métrage d'animation a nécessité la mise en œuvre de moyens scientifiques importants : micro-ondes, rayon laser, thermocouples. Art? Science? Magie? Un film à suspense énigmatique dont le but est de montrer l'explosion d'un phénomène connu. Film sans paroles.


Credits
  • director
    André Leduc
    Jean-Jacques Leduc
  • cinematography
    Eric Chamberlain
  • editing
    Werner Nold
  • producer
    Robert Forget
  • music
    R. Vaughan Williams

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Education

Ages 11 to 17

Study Guides - Guide 1 | Guide 2 | Guide 3

Arts Education - Visual Arts
Science - Physical Science

This intriguing short leaves a lot of room for the imagination. What is it? What’s going on? An activity as mundane as making popcorn becomes an attractive, impressive physical and natural phenomenon. After screening the film, ask students to explain the phenomenon in scientific terms. Also, taking inspiration from the artistic approach in the film, ask students to pick their own natural phenomena and reveal their aesthetic qualities.

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