Fauve | An Innocent Game Goes Wrong | Oscar-Nominated Short Film

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"A tale of two foolhardy boys goofing around in the Quebec wilderness, Jeremy Comte’s captivating short Fauve soon takes a dramatic turn that sees its young protagonists pitted against nature. Shocking and unflinching, this deserved winner of the Special Jury Prize at Sundance 2018 provokes strong visceral emotions in audiences, and its expert juxtaposition of the mundane and the horrific leaves an indelible mark on all who encounter it. Fauve is a personal film for Comte, with the writer/director/editor putting a lot of himself into his production beyond the obvious blood, sweat, and tears. As a child, growing up in the countryside, Comte had a recurring nightmare about the exact sort of scenario depicted in the film’s most tense moments. A few years ago, an unexpected flashback of those memories prompted him to explore elements of his childhood in his storytelling and this echo from the past soon turned into the inspiration for Fauve. Fascinated by the relationship between nature and human psychology, and by how our primitive traits manifest themselves, Comte’s decision to tell his story through two young characters was an inspired choice. His powerful screenplay has an uncanny authenticity, with dialogue flowing so naturally it’s easy to picture Comte, not so long ago, as one of those boys in rural Quebec, pulling pranks with his friends. A good script is nothing without the performances to bring it to life though and Comte’s writing is elevated by the commendable and raw performances of the two actors, embodying both the naivety and cruelty of kids their age. It’s as if the director had Felix Grenier and Alexandre Perreault in mind when he penned the film. The biggest emotional impact is set up by the director, but the two young leads bring it home, knowing when to show vulnerability and when to act tough, with a very mature subtlety. Being inspired by a dream, there’s naturally a strong lyricism to Comte’s style, with the location and cinematography playing an integral part of the audience’s experience. Shot in two different ways, Comte and his DP Olivier Gosset made the first half of Fauve look handheld (it actually isn’t!) whilst the second half maintains a more ‘locked-off’ feel. By filming this way, we experience the opening segment of the short through the wild and free perspective of the children, before feeling trapped, along with our protagonists, once the camera settles into more stable tripod shots... " - S/W Curator Céline Roustan CAST Tyler: Félix Grenier Benjamin: Alexandre Perreault The Woman: Louise Bombardier CREW Writer/ Director : Jeremy Comte Production : Evren Boisjoli (Achromatic Media), Maria Gracia Turgeon (Midi la Nuit) Cinematographer : Olivier Gossot Production Manager: Julie Groleau Production coordinator: Kelyna N. Lauzier 1st AD: Catherine Kirouac Casting Director: Victor Tremblay-Blouin Costume Design: Renée Sawtelle Make-up & Hair Artist: Stéphanie Barette Sound recordist: Laurent Ouellette Key Grip: Roland Cody Laroque Best Boy Grip: Nicola Poitras Gamache Grips: Patrice Arsenault, Thibault Kersani 1st Camera Assistant: Jeanne Dupuis 2nd Camera assistant & Gimbal operator: Benjamin Granet Stunt Coordinator: Tyler Hall Visual Effect Supervisor: Jean-Francois Clément Assistant Visual Effect Supervisor: Alex Legault Unit Production Manager: Jean-Maxime Giguère Set Production Assistant: Gabrielle de Cevins Production Assistants: Stéphane Pierre-Dufour, Sophie Cullen Aubut, Sabrina Lavergne, Molly Manseau Production Driver: Antonio Gracia Molero Production Intern: Gabrielle de Cevins Medic: Dominique Laplante Catering: Reception GL Animal Wrangler: Alain Chiocchi Script collaborators: Patrica Boucher & Daphnée Côté Hallé Script Consultant: Phillipe Lesage Image Post Production: Outpost Post Production Supervisor: Simon Allard Editor : Jeremy Comte Online Editor: Simon Allard VFX Artist: Val Michailov Sound Post Production: Cult Nation Mixing & Sound Design : Hugues Bertrand, Théo Porcet, Jean-David Perron Foley Artist: Michael Anctil Sound Post Production Coordinator: Sophie Bérubé Colour: The Mill - Chicago Colourist : Luke Morrison Colour Assist: Lindsay Mazur Coulour Producer: Dan Butler Colour executive Producer: Laurie Adrianopoli Music: La Hacienda Composer: Brian D'Oliveira
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الكلمات الدلالية
Fauve, An Innocent, Game, Goes, Wrong, Oscar

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