Films catalogue

Forêt noire

Jean-Marc E.Roy et Philippe David Gagné / 2019 / 20 min. / Canada/France / FRENCH / SUBS INTERNATIONAL FRENCH, ENGLISH

Synopsis

Jura Department, France. A judge orders the re-enactment of a crime scene in order to shed some light on inconsistencies in a murder case. Under the eye of Lady Justice, the accused, a family of three women from Quebec, have to thoroughly relive the day of the crime.

Cast & Crew

  • Director : Jean-Marc E.Roy et Philippe David Gagné
  • Screenplay : Daisy Sadler, Jean-Marc E.Roy et Philippe David Gagné
  • Editor : Jean-Marc E.Roy et Philippe David Gagné
  • Cinematographer : Olivier Gossot
  • Sound mix : Ivan Broussegoutte
  • Sound design : Christian Rivest
  • Music : Amaury Chabauty
  • Artistic director : Josie-Anne Lemieux
  • Cast : Pascale Montpetit, Nadia Essadiqi, Charli Arcouette, Joanie Guérin.

Genre

Fiction

Topics

Death, Crime, Violence

Trailer

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Biography

Jean-Marc E.Roy and Philippe David Gagné work together since 2008. They have received many CALQ and SODEC grants for their productions, which have been shown in several countries and have been awarded around the world. Their « Bleu Tonnerre » (2015) took part of the 47th Director’s fortnight and « Crème de menthe » premiered at the 49th edition in 2017. Their work sways between documentary and fiction. They founded « La Boîte de pickup », a production company that alternates between films and corporative videos.

Filmography

  • 2017
    Crème de menthe / 22 min.

Festivals

- 2019 -
In Competition | Festival de Clermont-Ferrand, France
In Competition | Festival du Film Policier de Beaune, France
In Competition | Krakow Film Festival, Poland
In Competition | MADRIFF, Spain
In Competition | Pune Short Film Festival, India
In Competition | Festival du film court en plein air de Grenoble, France
In Competition | Fantasia International Film Festival, Canada
In Competition | Les Percéides, Canada
In Competition | Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec, Canada
In Competition | Cinéfest Sudbury International Film Festival, Canada
In Competition | Calgary International Film Festival, Canada
In Competition | Pentedattilo Film Festival, Italy
In Competition | Jahorina Film Festival, Bosnia
In Competition | Västeras Filmfestival, Sweden
In Competition | Minikino Film Week / Bali ISFF, Indonesia
In Competition | Guam IFF, USA
In Competition | The Melbourne Independent Filmmakers Festival, Australia
In Competition | Filmets – Badalona Film Festival, Spain
In Competition | Blood in thge Snow, Canada

- 2020 -
In Competition | Prix Écrans canadiens, Canada
In Competition | Rendez-Vous Québec Cinéma, Canada
In Competition | Kingston Canadian Film Festival, Canada
In Competition | Stony Brook Film Festival, USA
In Competition | Dawson City International Short Film Festival, Canada

- 2021 -
In Competition | Cinema on the Bayou, USA
In Competition | Reel Shorts Film Festival, Canada

Awards

- 2019 -
Special Mention of the FIPRESCI | Jury REGARD – Saguenay International Short Film Festival, Canada
Best Screenplay | Bašta Fest, Serbia
Jury Choice | Hamilton Film Festival, Canada

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