Comme une vague

Marie-Julie Dallaire
2021 - Documentary - 90 min

Homegrown cinema


Comme une vague

country:
Québec (Canada)
language:
French and English

Screening and conversation with Louis-Martin Paradis and Marie-Julie Dallaire for the film BIG GIANT WAVE, organized by le Canadian Cinema Editors | Les Monteurs et Monteuses de cinéma canadien and hosted by Cinéma Public.

 

Big Giant Wave is an ode to music, the invisible abstract and fleeting sequence of sounds that creates in the brain the same reaction as chocolate, sex, or drugs. Conceived as a cinematographic wave, this documentary takes us from Canada to Italy via Sweden, Mexico and the American West Coast to meet fascinating scientists and artists who, from their various backgrounds, illustrate our essential connection with rhythm, music, our planet, the brain, daily lives and our collective humanity. (FIFA)

 

 


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