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  • Mentoring application : Documentary sound processing | Online - November 10, 2022 - 12 am - 11 pm
  • Mentoring application : Documentary sound processing | Online

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    Mentoring application : Documentary sound processing | Online

    Mentorat, Mentorship - Documentary Cinema - Fall 2022

    Date / Heure
    10 November 2022
    12 am - 11 pm


    Application until November 10th 2022 at 11:59 p.m.

    Mentor | Bruno Pucella (L’écho d’Istanbul)

    Members $90 | Non-members $120
    LIMITED PLACES


    Main Film offers filmmakers with a short or medium-length documenary project a sound-focused mentoring session. A selected sound editor will study your project and meet you face to face for a one-hour discussion about your sound recording, your mixing and to advise you to bring the best possible sound quality to your project. It is recommended to come with Reaper or Protools software to be able to both work on your computer.

    Mentoring sessions will the held during the month of December 2022.

    Meeting is given in French but questions may be asked in English.

    → Send your project to services@mainfilm.qc.ca to have it studied by the mentor.

    For more information, please send an email to: services@mainfilm.qc.ca


    Bruno Pucella 

    Bruno Pucella holds a master’s degree on the relationship between contemporary music and sound in cinema and has twenty years of experience in sound design and recording. In 2020, he won the Iris for best sound in the documentary category for the film L’écho d’Istanbul by Giulia Frati, for which he also signed the original score. If cinema remains his main creative space, he has also collaborated with creators from the performing arts, media arts and virtual reality. As a musician, he is increasingly integrating music into his sound design, having recently composed the soundtrack for dance shows. In parallel, he has written and directed a documentary (Gospel According to Vivienne, 2011) as well as three short films, the last of which, Davaï, has been presented in a dozen international festivals. He is currently working on a documentary about the work of Quebec sculptor Lisette Lemieux.

  • Mentoring application: Documentary production | Online - October 27, 2022 - 12 am - 11 pm
  • Mentoring application: Documentary production | Online

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    Mentoring application: Documentary production | Online

    Mentorat, Mentorship - Documentary Cinema - Fall 2022

    Date / Heure
    27 October 2022
    12 am - 11 pm


    Application until October 27th, 2021 at 11:59 p.m.

    Mentors | Audrey-Ann Dupuis-Pierre (Portage Films), Joëlle Arseneau (Pied Marin Production), Miryam Charles (Production Cheminée Deux) and Rocío Barba Fuentes (Les films Cosmos)

    Members $90 | Non-members $120
    LIMITED PLACES


    Main Film offers a mentorship opportunity to filmmakers with a documentary project: an experienced producer will review your film’s supporting materials* and meet with you one-on-one for an hour to discuss the artistic and logistical challenges of your project. They will also help you develop a powerful pitch that best communicates the vision of your film. To participate, you must reserve your place by purchasing a ticket and sending your film’s supporting documents.

    Mentorship sessions will take place in November 2022

    Mentorship can be in English or in French.

    Please send your supporting documents when booking a ticket :
    – CV,
    – Director’s notes (1 page),
    – Synopsis (1 page),
    – Project scenario (if applicable),
    – Project budget (if applicable).

    → Send to services@mainfilm.qc.ca

    For more information, please send an email to: services@mainfilm.qc.ca


    Audrey-Ann Dupuis-Pierre (Portage Films)

    Audrey-Ann Dupuis-Pierre is a Montreal based documentary producer. Graduated from Concordia in Film Production in 2011, she has since been involved in more than thirteen feature films and produced four shorts films with the award-winning company Metafilms. She participates at Eurodoc and completes the Programme en entrepreneuariat from HEC Montreal. By 2022, she launches four feature documentaries including Rojek from Zaynê Akyol, Damascus Dreams from Emilie Serri (Fipresci Prize, FNC) and Dave Not Coming Back from Jonah Malak (Audience Award, AFF).

    Miryam Charles (Production Cheminée Deux)

    Miryam Charles is a director, producer and director of photography living in Montreal. She has produced and photographed several short fiction films as well as feature films . She is also the director of several short films which have been presented in various festivals in Quebec and internationally. She is currently working on her first feature-length documentary Cette maison (Talents en vue, SODEC) on short fiction film Au crépuscule (SODEC créateurs émergents), a fantastic series X (Banff/Netflix Diversity of Voices + Trio Orange) as well as a feature-length fiction film Le marabout (La forge Québec cinéma/Netflix + Voyelles Films).

    Joëlle Arseneau (Pied Marin Production)

    Director, producer and editor Joëlle Arseneau focuses on human experience and connections in her films. Her life’s work and her approach to filmmaking stem from her childhood spent in Îles-de-la-Madeleine, a place that she continues to draw inspiration from today. In Montreal, where she studied cinema and management in university, Joëlle founded Le Pied Marin Production in 2009 to produce films independently, while focusing on bringing the artists’ creative ideas to life. She was awarded a grant from the Academy of Canadian Cinema & Television under the Programme national d’apprentissage. This program gave Joëlle the chance to participate in many job shadowing opportunities in editing at various production companies. She expanded her natural interest for documentary film to include fiction to her repertoire. En tête de ligne (2020) is the first feature film she co-directs and produces.

    Rocío Barba Fuentes (Les Films Cosmos)

    Trained at EICTV (Cuba) and L’inis, Spanish-born producer Rocío Barba Fuentes worked in the Caribbean before moving to Montreal, where she joined the production company Les Films Outsiders and cofounded Cosmos Films. With valuable international experience, she enjoys working with filmmakers with daring visions and underrepresented voices in both fiction and documentary.