The Lauzon Theory
Directed by Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre
This exploratory work on Jean-Claude Lauzon, the mythical and promising black sheep of Quebec cinema (Night Zoo - 1987 and Leolo - 1992), takes us on the incredible psychoanalytical journey of the relationship between a father and his son.
Themesvoyage, artiste, relations père-fils, succès, mort
Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre is a multi-award-winning independent director as well as a professor of animated films at Laval University (Quebec). She has directed several short films including Jutra (2014) which was selected at the Director’s Fortnight at the Cannes Film Festival. The Lauzon Theory (2022) is her first production with Peripheria.
Narration : Gilbert Sicotte
Production : Yanick Létourneau, Pierre Villepelet (Peripheria)
|EDITING||Marie-Josée Saint-Pierre, Jason Arbour|
|Music||Jean Corriveau, Peter Gundry|
Talent tout court Téléfilm - Cannes (Market)
FIN Atlantic International Film Festival, Canada | 2022 |
Festival du nouveau cinéma, Canada (Québec) | 2022 |