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Documentaire Vue d’en Haut diffusé sur Explora et Vidéotron

De bonnes nouvelles pour notre documentaire Vue d’en Haut.
Il jouera sur les ondes d’Explora et sur les réseaux de Vidéotron en 2013.

Pour plus d’information, voir le texte émis par Lojiq, l’organisme derrière le projet.
Cliquez ici pour le lire.

MERCI BEAUCOUP!!


Vue d’en Haut: Trailer

Here it is!

L’avant-première du documentaire aura lieu à Dijon le 3 Novembre prochain au Festival international du film d’aventure à Dijon en France.

Pour plus d’info cliquez ce lien. 

Et cliquez ici pour lire un article sur le film et le projet

MERCI!!


Vue d’en Haut – documentaire terminé!

Bonjour-hi,

Voici notre nouvelle création/Here’s our latest project:

Vue d’en Haut, documentaire, Durée 23:57

L’avant première aura lieu lors du Festival international du film d’aventure à Dijon France le 3 et le 4 novembre, 2011

Une bande-annonce et plus d’info sur le projet sera mis en ligne bientôt

à suivre!!!


Me voy a Perú!

It’s been a while, I know. But don’t worry because if you drop by our site and there hasn’t been a lot of updates, it’s probably because we’re extremely busy developing or working on something: some of which will be posted online soon! But what’s really been taking up my time (not Aude’s because she is currently in Lebanon) are the preps for a documentary that I’ll be shooting next week in Peru.

Essentially I was chosen to produce, shoot, direct and edit a documentary about an expedition in the Cordillera Blanca of Peru. The man behind the expedition is Bernard Voyer: a world-renowned explorer who traveled to the North and South Pole as well as Mount Everest.

His idea essentially is to gather young socially engaged teenagers from the most isolated areas of Québec (Kuujjuaq, La tabatière to name a few) and give them the chance to come together and visit other isolated areas of the world (i.e the mountains of Peru) and do community work and to surmount a trek that might seem insurmountable to many.

You can read the press release by clicking this link

So I’ll be following these teenagers, filming them along their way. Might seem fun and simple but the more I prepare the more I realize that this will be extremely demanding and exhausting. For example:

-I am entirely responsible for 12 days to shoot and direct the film alone in a foreign country.

-For 6 days, I will be at 3500m+ in altitude, sleeping in a tent with no electricity. Temperature will fluctuate from + 25 degrees Celsius to – 10 at night. So how is my equipment going to handle that?

-They say the climate is arid, but last I checked it’s been raining for the last week.

-I have to lug the majority of my equipment for a trek of 62kms in mountainous terrain.

So…. how am i going to handle this??

I’ll do my best to post on the spot updates. But considering the area we’ll be in expect more to get delayed transcribed versions of my daily journals that I will be bringing with me for the next two weeks.

Expect to find updates on this projects in our new tab on the right hand side of our site: ‘Peru project’

Also important to note that the project could not have been possible without the support of:

LOJIQ (l’Office internationaux du Québec)

The canadian Rangers

and DBcom média

thanks and stay tuned,

ps. Tu me manques Aude! xoxoo