About Memory and Loss
Directed by Amélie Hardy
|Genre||Fiction, Experimental, Documentary|
|Version||English subtitles, French|
Capture, document, record, share, restart. We are making ourselves more memorable than ever by archiving every bit of our daily lives. What if we lost something along the way?
Themesmemory, memory loss, philosophical inquiry
Following her studies in cinema at UQAM, Amélie directed her first short documentary, Train Hopper, which earned the emerging CBC talent award at the RIDM (2019), and then directed La vie heureuse which won the award for best documentary short at the Rendez-Vous Québec Cinéma (2022). Amélie is also the director of the documentary series Chroniques de la vie ordinaire broadcast on the Tv5 platform. In parallel to her artistic practice, Amélie works in advertising and is represented by the company Les enfants.
Narration: Alexa-Jeanne Dubé
Isabelle Grignon-Francke (Club Vidéo)
Amélie Hardy, from an essay by Rafaële Germain
|Sound||Samuel Carrier, Christophe Voyer|
Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur, Belgique |2022| *Namur University Award
Festival International du Film Francophone de Namur, Belgique |2022| Official Competition + Campus *World Premiere
Festival du nouveau cinéma, Canada (Québec) | 2022 |