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Islet (2003) Theatrical Cartoon

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  • 2003
  • National Film Board of Canada, Glacialis Productions Inc.
  • National Film Board of Canada
  • Theatrical Cartoon
  • Cartoon Characters: Inuit Fisherman, Flying Fish, Whales.
  • Directed By Nicolas Brault.
  • Produced By Michèle Bélanger.
    Executive Producer: Marcel Jean.
    Associate Producer: Jean Lemire.
    Line Producer: Francine Langdeau.
  • Animated By Nicolas Brault.
  • Written By Nicolas Brault.
  • Edited By José Heppell.

Additional Crew:

  • Sound Editor: Olivier Calvert.
  • Digital Imaging Specialists: Pierre Plouffe, Sue Gourley.
  • Computer Graphics: Jihane Geadah.
  • Digital Transfer: Jean-Marc Brosseau.
  • Foley: Lise Wedlock.
  • Foley Assistant: Geneviève Lapointe.
  • Recording: Geoffrey Mitchell.
  • Re-Recording: Serge Boivin, Jean Paul Vialard, Shelley Craig.
  • Laboratory: Technicolor.
  • Thanks To: Greg Duffel, Michèle Cournoyer, Ines Hardtke, Claude Cloutier.
  • Marketing Officer: Julie Roy.
  • Administrative Team: Marie-Gabrielle Forget, Michèle Labelle, Diane Martindale.
  • Administration: Diane Regimbald.
  • Technical Coordination: Andrée Delagrave.

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Cartoon Summary:

An ode to the Arctic and its inhabitants. Combining figurative abstraction with magic realism, this film depicts a world in which whales fall out of the sky and...  (more)

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