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The Lauzon Theory

The Lauzon Theory

Non-competitive programs Projection extérieure - Documentaire

Wednesday 6 | 10pm


This exploratory work on Jean-Claude Lauzon, the mythical and promising black sheep of Quebec cinema (Night Zoo- 1987 and Leolo - 1992), takes us on the incredible psychoanalytical journey of the relationship between a father and his son.

Production :

Périphéria Films - Website

Distribution :

Travelling Distribution - Website

Director(s) :
Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre

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Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre

In 2004, Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre founded the independent company MJSTP Films Inc., producing her own films at the crossroads of documentary and animation. In the course of her original creations, two main themes emerge: maternity, which she has tackled in "Post-Partum" (2004), "Passages" (2008) and "Femelles" (2012), and artistic creation, which is at the heart of "McLaren's Negatives" (2006), "Le projet Sapporo" (2009), "Jutra" (2014), "Flocons" (2014) and finally "Oscar" (2016). Over the course of her career, her cinematographic work has won over 55 international awards, including two Jutras, a Gémeau and a Canadian Screen Award. A graduate of Concordia University, she is a doctoral student in arts studies and practices at UQÀM, and her thesis focuses on the creative conditions of Canadian women animators (1940-2015).

24th Off-Courts Trouville from September 1 to 9 2023

Useful information:

All festival activities are free and open to all.
The screenings are accessible free of charge on tickets
to be collected, on the day of the screening, at the reception of the festival locate next to the parking des bains.