Movement in Film

Event Date: 
Saturday, September 12, 2015 - 12:30pm to 1:45pm
Event Location: 
Finnish Labour Temple (314 Bay Street) - Multipurpose Room
Event Fee: 
Free. Everyone one is welcome.
Event Contact Name: 
Dr. Michel S. Beaulieu
Event Contact Phone: 
(807) 343-8341
Event Contact E-mail: 


The Department of History and the Resources, Economy, and Society Research Group (RESRG) are pleased to present a free workshop on Movement in Film being held as part of the 2015 Bay Street Film Festival’s Master Classes Series.

Introduced by Dr. Ronald Harpelle, this workshop is about exposing the characteristics of realistic and stylized movements on camera while sharing technical knowledge for filmmakers to efficiently work with them. Complete information can be found at http://www.baystreetfilmfestival.ca/events/master-classes/

Facilitator Bio:
Antoine Marc obtained his Licentiate Degree in Filmmaking at University Lyon lumière. His travels have inspired him to develop a style that integrates cultural plurality to nourish unique concepts. As an experienced choreographer, in 2014, Antoine received the Choreographer to Choreographer Award through the Marion North Memorial Fund.
Antoine started to dance ballet at 4 years old and continued his dance career alongside his studies. He has a Licentiate Degree in Film Making at University Lyon lumière. Travelling widely (USA, Caribbean, South America, Europe, Asia…), Antoine is inspired by Contemporary dance, Capoeira, Streetdance and Tricking. He is recognized for a fused dance style that integrates versatility to nourish unique concepts.

As Dancer and Acrobat, Antoine has been working with lead organizations such as BBC, Royal Opera House, Canadian Opera Company, Olympic Ceremonies, LG, Royal Caribbean Cruise, Virgin Active, Playstation, Vlaamse Opera, Lucozade, Tangled Feet, Nike, English National Opera to name but a few. Find out more. As Choreographer, Antoine received the Choreographer to Choreographer Award in 2014 by Marion North Memorial Awards in collaboration with Dance UK and Akram Khan Company. He develops work that prides itself by being rich in collaborations between dancers, acrobats, actors, models and circus performers. Antoine’s choreography credits includes Award Winning Fashion film Paroha, David Guetta and Emeli Sandé, Abu Dabhi Viva Ferrari, Diversity Limitless Arena UK tour, West End show The Fiddler to name but a few.

A complete schedule of this year’s films can be found at http://www.baystreetfilmfestival.ca

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