Quarantaine

Quarantaine

Directors/producers: Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer
Based on Quarantaine 4 x 4
created by Charmaine LeBlanc
Performers: Marc Béland, Marc Daigle,
Benoît Lachambre, Ken Roy
Cinematography: Zachary Fay
Sound: Ariel Santana
Editor: Mark Morgenstern
Animation: Claire Blanchet
Music: Dino Giancola and Charmaine LeBlanc
Lighting design: Lucie Bazzo
Illustrations: Pol Turgeon
Make-up/portrait transformations: Eleni Uranis
Broadcaster: ARTV

Produced with the support of the Canada Council for the Arts – Dance on Screen, ARTV, La société des arts technologiques [SAT], Concordia University Part-time Faculty Association Professional Development Fund

Canada/2009/HD/colour/48:00 min.
Available on DVD, BTC SP, HD

Mouvement Perpétuel is proud to announce the release of its film “Quarantaine”, directed and produced by Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer, an adaptation of Charmaine LeBlanc’s hugely successful 2008 stage production, “Quarantaine 4X4”. Featuring the accomplished cast of Marc Béland, Marc Daigle, Benoît Lachambre and Ken Roy the film weaves together dance, song, animation and documentary elements.

Press Quotes

“Marlene Millar and Philip Szporer’s marvelously entertaining multi-disciplinary take on the male mid-life crisis. Mixing solo dance, collective scat, humour and pathos, Victorian gothic animation and great music, this Montreal stage adaptation is never less than fiercely alive.” John Griffin-The Gazette

“Capturing dance performances on film is one of the trickiest things that a filmmaker can do, and here, Millar and Szporer manage it with astonishing intelligence, grace and elegance.” Matthew Hays-The Mirror

“…dancers Marc Béland, Marc Daigle, Benoît Lachambre and Ken Roy share their personal views and perform some astounding, beautifully framed and lit work, punctuated by humour, jazz and chimerical animated drawings” Robyn Fadden-Hour

“Une oeuvre très bien équilibrée à vocation documentaire et artistique.” Fabienne Cabado-Voir

“Le document-film d’art, magnifiquement réalisé par Philip Szporer et Marlène Millar, entrecroise les témoignages parfois très touchants ou drôles sur des sujets toujours essentiels (la peur, les actes manqués ou honteux, le père, le sexe), les courtes scènes de danse, les superbes illustrations parfois animées.” Frédérique Doyon-Le Devoir

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Mouvement Perpétuel: info(at)mouvementperpetuel.net