La grogne

La grogne

Directed by Alisi Telegut & Dominique Dussault

Genre Animation
Country Canada (Québec)
Year 2021
Length 9:45 min
Formats DCP
Sound 5.1
Version No Dialogues

Synopsis

A child by all means tries to gain her father's affection, but the family dog proves to be a fierce rival. La grogne is a short animated film, a disquieting fable with dark humour, portraying the hurdles to maintain family equilibrium.

Themes

family relationships, childhood, father-daughter relationships, lonelyness

Biography

Alisi Telengut is a Canadian artist of Mongolian descent. She creates animation frame by frame under the camera, with painting as the medium, to generate movement and explore hand-made and painterly visuals for her films. Her works received multiple international awards and nominations. In addition to being screened at Sundance, Slamdance, Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), AFI, Stockholm Film Festival, ZINEBI, Ann Arbor, and various worldwide film venues and exhibitions as animation and moving image artworks, these films have also contributed to enthnographic and ethnocultural research archives.



Cast

Team

Production

Dominique Dussault, Alisi Telengut 

Script

Dominique Dussault, Alisi Telengut

CINEMATOGRAPHY

Stéphanie Weber Biron

PRODUCTION DESIGN

Alex Leriche

EDITING Alisi Telengut
Sound Olivier Calvert
Music Peter Venne

Festivals

Festival du nouveau cinéma | 2021 | P'tits Loups | Official Competition 


Bucheon International Animation Festival | 2021 | Official Competition 


Uppsala International Short Film Festival | 2021 | Official Competition