Link to CODA the press Kit

2015

May
CODA, the sterescopic version is now completed. It is so exciting, it will be in distribution soon. Our warmest thanks to Marc Côté and his team at FAKE Digital entertainment. Without you this technological achievement would have not been possible.

2014

October
CODA, the finale of NoBody danse :The Rite of Spring, 2D version, is in national competition "Focus CM" at Festival du Nouveau Cinéma de Montréal (FNC). The dates, times and locations are projecting October 09 9:30 p.m. Cinéma du Parc 3 / October 17 5:00 p.m. Cinéma du Parc 1.

Stereoscopic version of CODA is underway in FAKE studio since mid-September. We hope its release before the holiday season 2014

September
CODA, the finale of NoBody danse :The Rite of Spring, 2D version, officially selected and presented at The Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF)
Projected September 5 and September 7 in the Program 1 Canadian short films in the TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 4, he received an excellent reception and rave reviews.

«Denis Poulin and Martine Époque’s animation/motion capture of the finale of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring demands a viewing on the big screen. Using light, darkness and vivid colours to make their gorgeously abstract animations pop, the two directors create a truly original and exhilarating short film». By C.J. Prince, Our Favorite Short Films Playing At TIFF 2014, WAY TOO INDIE, Independent Film & Music Reviews, September 3, 2014.

«CODA is the aptly named visual accompaniment to the final 11 minutes of Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring.[...] the contemporary choreography and effects are the most captivating parts of this short. It’s hard to imagine a short film exclusively focused on a [...] mostly solitary dancer managing to hold my attention for over ten minutes, which is why CODA came as such a surprise. The dancers are etched only in the elements that make up their shifting environment [...]. Visually, the silhouettes are stunning [...] ».
CODA premieres as part of Short Cuts Programme 1 on Friday, Sept. 5 at 9:15 p.m. (TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 2). It also shows Sunday, Sept. 7 at 9 a.m. (TIFF Bell Lightbox Cinema 4 – Paul & Leah Atkinson Family Cinema). TIFF ’14: CODA, by Eleni Armenakis, September 5, 2014

Coda
Denis Poulin, Martine Epoque
Coda is a visual spectacle that offers a new take on Stravinsky’s Rite of Spring. [...] with stunning choreography performed in a high-tech animation unlike anything you’ve ever seen.[...] Coda is an example of how animation is changing into new formats, and it makes for a beautiful new take on the idea of interpretive dance.
Taking a look at the Short Cuts Canada Programme at TIFF 2014. By Adriana Floridia | September 2, 2014.

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«[...] In Canada, the Montréal-based husband and wife team of filmmaker Denis Poulin and choreographer Martine Époque have been radically recomposing and altering human movement, creating a body of performance that can only exist in virtual form [...].In fact, the filmmakers, in drawing on advanced digital technologies to offer a new vision of dance in cinema, offer a timeless quality to the imagery, very opposite to real performance. The engagement will be anything but shallow». Canada’s Dance Magazine, 360 Dance, Dancing the Rite of Spring Today: Bodies, Particles, Technologies and Affects, CODA Premieres at TIFF. By Philip Szporer. Volume 17, Issue 5. September/October 2014. Posted September 5, 2014.

 

 

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