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Interwoven

Ariel St-Louis Lamoureux / 2022 / 22 min. / Canada / FRENCH, innu-aimun, zapotec, spanish

Synopsis

Five Innu, Franco-Québécois and Zapotec artisans converse over their work. From their techniques, objects and textile traditions, intersecting stories emerge. Their clothes reflect on identity and otherness.

Cast & Crew

  • Screenplay : Ariel St-Louis Lamoureux, Daphnée Malec, Juan Vera Castillo
  • Cinematographer : Ariel St-Louis Lamoureux
  • Editor : Ariel St-Louis Lamoureux
  • Sound : Daphnée Malec, Juan Vera Castillo, Ariel St-Louis Lamoureux
  • Sound mix : Olivier Germain
  • Sound editor : Mourad Bennacer
  • Music : Mourad Bennacer et TSF
  • Cast : Adriana Ramón Guzmán, Natividad Castillo Valdivieso, Yvette Bellefleur, Noëlla Mestokosho, Olivia Mollen, Charlotte Mollen, Carmen Labbé, Dolores Brochu, Marie-Ange Malec, Andrea Vera Toledo, Natalia Vera Castillo
  • Production : Ariel St-Louis Lamoureux

Genre

Documentaire

Topics

Women and feminism, Indigenous, Portrait

Trailer

Biography

With a bachelor's degree in Design for Theatre from Concordia University, Ariel St-Louis Lamoureux holds a master's degree in cinema, research-creation profile, from the University of Montreal. Collaborative creative processes and polyphonic narrativity characterize her artistic approach. She is the co-director of the documentary Lights Above Water (2016), the short film Interwoven (2021) and the audiovisual installation Survivance (2018. Special mention of the Technès Prize). She is the recipient of the 2019 Bourse de l’Académie pour la relève and the 2020 Fonds Créateurs en Série.

Festivals

- 2022 -
In competition | Festival International du Film Ethnographique du Québec, Canada

In competition | American Indian Film Festival, USA

Institutional | Tournée en partenariat avec l'institut Tshakapesh, Pessamit, Québec

Institutional | Tournée en partenariat avec l'institut Tshakapesh, Uashat, Québec

Institutional | Tournée en partenariat avec l'institut Tshakapesh, Ekuanitshit, Québec

Institutional | Tournée en partenariat avec l'institut Tshakapesh, Nutashkuan, Québec

First and foremost, Interwoven is a collaborative process. The creation made it possible to deepen and develop methods while finding in them an aesthetic and a specific narrativity. The experience then allowed for a surprising exchange between women from different backgrounds.

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