Pierre Hébert, Napoli Comicon

Pierre Hébert, Napoli COMICON 

Napoli COMICON 5° Salone Internazionale del Fumetto e dell’Animazione
Selezione film di Pierre Hébert a cura di Piero Pala
7/8/9 marzo 2003

Castel Sant’Elmo, Napoli

La Plante humaine. © 1996 NFB-ONF

La Plante Humaine, (anteprima italiana) Can, 2001
35mm, b/n e colore , sonoro, 78′

La lettre

La Lettre D’Amour. Director: Pierre Hébert

Producer: Robert Forget. © NFB

La Lettre d’Amour, Can, 1989

35mm, b/n e colore, sonoro, 16′

Étienne et Sara (1984) © ONF
Etienne et Sara, Can, 1984, 35mm,  b/n e colore, sonoro, 16′
Chants et danses du monde inanimé (1972). © ONF
Chantes et Danses du Monde Inanime – Le Metro
 Can, 1985, b/n e colore, sonoro, 15′
Pierre Hébert, recipient of the Albert-Tessier Quebec government award for cinema in 2004, of the Cinema Career Grant of the Art Council of Quebec in 21012 and, in 2019, of a honorary doctorate by the Emily Carr University of Art and Design, has been pursuing for 50 years his career as filmmaker, performer and visual artist. Self taugh, strongly influenced by animation film makers Norman McLaren and Len Lye, he directed his first films independently while he was still studying Anthropology at the University of Montreal. He worked at The National Film Board of Canada from 1965 until the end of 1999. Since then he continued his career as an independant artist and filmmaker. From 1996 to 1999, he was producer and director of the Animation/Youth studio of the French program of the NFB.

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