Éric Falardeau

Eric Falardeau holds a Master’s degree in Film Studies from the Université de Montréal. His short films have been screened at festivals all around the world (France, Spain, Italy, Slovakia, Germany, South Africa, UK, USA, Brazil and Canada); attracting fans and critical acclaim along the way. Crépuscule (2011) is his first animated film. His first feature film,

Thanatomorphose (2012), was distributed in more than 10 countries. He wrote the book Bleu nuit, Histoire d’une cinéphilie nocturne and curated the exhibit «Secrets and Illusion, The Magic of Special Effects» at the Cinémathèque québécoise (held from april 2013 to april 2018).




Thanatomorphose (2012 / 100 min)

Crépuscule (2011 / 20 min)

Le Cycle (2009 / 7min)

Coming Home (2008 / 20 min)

Cam Shot (2008 / 4 min)

Purgatory (2006 / 16 min)

La Petite mort (2005 / 3 min)