16 min., animation, Québec, Canada, 2006
Directed byFélix Dufour-Laperrière
Produced byFélix Dufour-Laperrière
Languageno dialogue
Film subjects Urban Planning , Women

Film details


The dawn, a young woman and the end of the day in a three parts, unstable biography.



Script : Félix Dufour-Laperrière

Sound editing : Olivier Calvert

Music : Charles Cotvin


Félix Dufour-Laperrière

Born in 1981 in Quebec, Félix Dufour-Laperrière is a director, screenwriter and producer. His work, which shows a constant tension between narrative and formal exploration, maintains a close connection with the visual and contemporary arts. His films, among which the documentary TRANSATLANTIQUE (IFFR Rotterdam 2014), have been presented in numerous festivals, museums and events of importance, where they have won several awards. VILLE NEUVE (2018), his first animated feature, drawn and painted entirely on paper, had its world premiere at the Mostra (Venice Days) and has since been released in theaters in Quebec, France and Japan. His animated documentary essay, ARCHIPELAGO, is premiering in 2021 in competition in Rotterdam. He now works on its third feature animated film, DEATH DOES NOT EXIST.




2020: Archipelago

2018: Ville Neuve

2014: Transatlantic


2013: The Day is Listening
2012: Parallel North
2012: Half light dynamics (co-directed with Frederic Dallaire)
2011: Canicule (co-directed with Marie-Eve Juste)
2010: Strips
2009: M
2008: Rosa Rosa
2007: Variations sur Marilou
2006: Head (co-directed by Dominic Etienne Simard)
2006: One, two, three, dusk
2003: Black ink on sky blue