Here is the opening scene (head credits) I animated for the documentary The Wandering Muse (2014), produced by Artesian Films, directed by Tamas Wormser and edited by Catherine Legault. The wandering Muse was screened in World Premiere at the RIDM in 2014.
There is no place better than Louisiana for a first award! Wandering (Errance) won the Special Jury Award! Look, here's the fish! I am part of the "fish gang" now!
The animation and the sound broke hearts!
Cinema of the Bayou was the nicest festival I ever went. Warm and cheerful!
My trip was one of the most beautiful I never had. I met so much nice people in a few days... I never experienced that before. I danced on Cajun music, I drunk Bourbon, I ate Gumbo and Jumbalaya, and now I feel haunted by Louisiana. I guess I just have to come back, with or without an other film...!
My two last animated films, The Filmmaker and Wandering, will be screened at the 10th Cinema on the Bayou Film Festival, at the end of January, 21st to 25th, in Lafayette (Louisiana, U.S.)! They are both in competition as part of the animated shorts, nine finalists to play on Saturday, Jan. 24th.
This is a U.S. Premiere for both films!
I dream of this place since I am 10 years old. This is the oppoortunity for me to go there, meet people, directors, who knows, and visit FINALLY New Orleans! And of course, I will eat Cajun's food, and listen my favorite music: Blues!
I think it is obvious, I am pretty excited...I danced just before chritmas for the first time on blues. I hope I will be able to dance again there...
Le documentaire La muse errante (The Wandering Muse), produit par Artesian Films, réalisé par Tamas Wormser et monté par Catherine Legault est présenté en première mondiale au RIDM! Il sera aussi présenté au Cinéma du Parc du 24 au 27 novembre. Vous pourrez découvrir le générique animé que j'ai réalisé pour le film!