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After directing films such as A Feather Tale and Hat, Michèle Cournoyer has created a surrealistic animated film, which shows a stunningly phantasmal vision representing the experience of a woman’s body and soul on a microscopic level coming in the age of telecommunications and electrical networking. (Kim Joon-yang)
Michèle CournoyerMichèle Cournoyer
Born in Saint Joseph de Sorel, Quebec in 1943, Michèle Cournoyer studied graphic arts, photography and animation in England and Italy. She then worked as a set designer, art director, costume designer and screenwriter on a number of groundbreaking Quebec films of the 1970s. She has also made several independent films of her own: Toccata (1978), Old Orchard Beach, P.Q. (1981) Dolorosa (1988) as well as very innovative and original animated shorts including A Feather Tale (1992), An Artist (1994) and The Hat (1999).