Birthplace Jonathan Lemieux
A person's birthplace directly influences the development of their identity. Running away from it is counterproductive as we always end up coming back.
Others' Gold Simon Plouffe
The arrival of the mining company Osisko creates a lot of agitation in Malartic, a small community of 3600 in Quebec, Canada. Many families and seniors need to write off certain elements of their heritage and way of life.
Going West Jonathan Levert
In the collective imagination, the West has been for a long time, a legendary destination for the people of Quebec. What is fascinating about this social phenomenon is that it persists even after many years.
Still Lives Vincent Ducarne
The characters portrayed in their intimacy are frozen in still situations which we encircle and describe the immobility, suggesting the complexity of a larger scenario that unfolds from both sides of those suspended moments.
Ring Around the Rosie Vincent Ducarne
In it's relentless and slow circular movement emerge 12 characters who are observing one another. The heavy immobility raises a dramatic tension, almost absurd, which reaches its climax when all the eyes are on us.