Jongué, A Nomad’s Journey80 min, documentary, Canada, France, 2019
Directed byFerrand, Carlos
Produced byLes Films de l'Autre
A film about Serge Emmanuel Jongué, photographer-writer.
Emigrated to Quebec to escape the family’s shadows, wounds and silences he spent his brief life exploring his multiple origins.
Jongué’s life is told with his own texts, images and talismans from his birth in Aix-en-Provence until his untimely death in Montreal.
Written and directed by : Carlos Ferrand
Editing :Guillaume Millet
Sound Design: Catherine Van Der Donckt
Sound editing : Benoît Dame
Music : Claude Rivest
Sound recording : Guillaume Mollet, Catherine Van Der Donckt
Narrator : Joël Des Rosiers
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Carlos Ferrand was born in Lima, Peru. For the past 35 years he has worked in filmmaking as a screenwriter, director of photography and director. He has directed more than forty films and videos, including Cimarrones (1982), Cuervo (1989), Il parle avec les loups (2002), Casa Loma (2002), Americano (2007). As a director of photography, he has collaborated on productions such as Céline Baril’s Du pic au cœur (2001), Jean-Philippe Duval’s Lumière des oiseaux (1999), and Catherine Martin’s L’esprit des lieux (2006) and Dans les villes (2006). He works in both fiction and documentary. He lives in Montréal with his family.
13, un ludodrame sur Walter Benjamin (2017 / 77 min)
For You (2015 / 80 min)
Planète Yoga (2011 / 90 min)
Americano (2007 / 110 min)
La Griffe Magique (2005 / 52 min)
Poste restante, le ciel (2005 / 8 min)
Flores (2005 / 5min)
A-3 (2005 / 7 min)
Le peuple de la Glace (2003 / 52 min)
Il parle avec les loups (2002 / 52 min)
Ajawajiwesi (1999 / 52 min)
Visionnaires (1998 / 52 min)
Cuervo (1989 / 80 min)
Cimarrones (1982 / 28 min)
Niños (1973 / 18 min)