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Episode 17: Meet Myriam Magassouba

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Episode 17: Meet Myriam Magassouba

In this new episode, we are privileged to welcome the multi-talented Myriam Magassouba.

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Myriam wears many hats: director, screenwriter and, of course, editor. Her short film, WHERE I AM, won over a dozen awards in Canada and abroad. Myriam has edited numerous award-winning films, both fiction and documentary. For example, Rafaël Ouellet’s film FAMILY GAME, which she edited, received eight IRIS nominations, including Best Film, Best Direction and Best Editing. Now that we’ve whetted our appetites, it’s time to delve into Myriam Magassouba’s successful career. Enjoy your listening!

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Catherine Legault

Raphaël Pare

Les Studios MELS

Maud Le Chevallier

Audrey Sylvestre

Axia Films - Armand Lafond

Sphère Films - Olivier Gauthier-Mercier

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Catherine Legault

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Pauline Decroix

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Episode 16: SPECIAL EDITION: LES MONTEURS À L’AFFICHE: Round table of family stories

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Episode 16:
SPECIAL EDITION: LES MONTEURS À L’AFFICHE Round table of family stories

In this new episode, we bring you a roundtable discussion on the theme of "Family stories", which had been presented at the Cinéma Moderne, in Montreal on November 5, 2022, as part of the "Les monteurs à l'affiche" Festival

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Since 2016, “Les monteurs à l’affiche” has presented an annual event highlighting the work of editing artisans and to share with the public some of the challenges encountered at this crucial stage of film creation.

For this year’s event, in partnership with Labdoc and Tënk, the organizing committee invited five editors to discuss their work on documentaries about the family. Hosted by Isabela Motta Pincowsca and Anne-Gabrielle Lebrun Harpin, this round table is a unique opportunity to reflect on the family bond between filmmakers and their subjects, and the ways in which this relationship creates creative intimacy in their collaboration with the editor.

All these films are available on several platforms such as Tënk, NFB. Links below.

Une femme, ma mère, de Claude Demers

Les lettres de ma mère, de Serge Giguère

Babushka, de Kristina Wagenbauer

Pinocchio, de André-Line Beauparlant

Le Petit Jésus, de André-Line Beauparlant

Les Rose, Félix Rose

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Michel Giroux

Catherine Legault

Natalie Lamoureux

Xi Feng

Sophie Leblond

Marie-Pier Sevigny

Annie Jean, CCE

Claude Collins

Les Studios MELS

Charles-Alexandre Décoste

Leonardo Lamela

Maud Le Chevallier

Audrey Sylvestre

Podcast Host

Catherine Legault

Roundtable Hosts

Isabela Motta Pincowsca and Anne-Gabrielle Lebrun Harpin

Roundtable Sound recordist

Marie-Pier Sevigny

Editing

Pauline Decroix

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Jane Tattersall, adapté en version française par Pauline Decroix

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Episode 015: In conversation around the film Big Giant Wave

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Episode 15: In conversation around the film BIG GIANT WAVE

A conversation with Marie-Julie Dallaire and Louis-Martin Paradis, moderated by Isabelle Malenfant, CCE.

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Photo Credit: Xi Feng

In this new episode, we are delighted to share with you the meeting that took place at the Cinéma Public in Montreal in October 2022 with the team of the film BIG GIANT WAVE.

The director, Marie-Julie Dallaire, and the editor, Louis-Martin Paradis, shared with the audience, their fascinating adventure during the post-production of this exciting documentary.

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Louis-Martin Paradis

Isabelle Malenfant, CCE

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Guillaume Potvin

Catherine Legault

MELS Studios

Maud Le Chevallier

Audrey Sylvestre

Hosts

Isabelle Malenfant, CCE (episode introduced by Catherine Legault)

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Pauline Decroix

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Jane Tattersall, adapté en version française par Pauline Decroix

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Episode 014: Meet René Roberge

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Episode 14: Meet René Roberge

This episode is sponsored by MELS STUDIOS

In this new episode, we meet a highly respected editor in the Canadian documentary world: René Roberge.

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Photo Credit: Raphaël Pare

In fact, René Roberge was nominated this year for Best Editing in a Feature Documentary at the Canadian Screen Awards for the film JOUVENCELLES (BLOOM). Catherine Legault guides us through his professional career and his very unique approach to documentary film.

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Catherine Legault

Raphaël Pare

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Maud Le Chevallier

Audrey Sylvestre

Host

Catherine Legault

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Pauline Decroix

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Episode 013: Meet Dominique Champagne

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Episode 13: Meet Dominique Champagne

This episode is sponsored by MELS STUDIOS

To open the new season, we are privileged to welcome a seasoned editor: Dominique Champagne.

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Photo credit : François Pecard

Dominique has edited feature films, documentaries, and it is really thanks to her work in TV series that she has made a name for herself, notably with SHARP OBJECTS, where she collaborated with Jean-Marc Vallé, but also with Sophie Deraspe, on the series DARK SOUL (BÊTE NOIRE) and MOTEL PARADIS. Our host, Catherine Legault, invites you to discover the behind-the-scenes of Dominique’s career, and maybe she’ll even share some editing tips with us.

 Enjoy your listening!

 

Some of Dominique latest work

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Maud Le Chevallier

Audrey Sylvestre

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Catherine Legault

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Pauline Decroix

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Episode 012 – Meet Amélie Labrèche

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Episode 12: Meet Amélie Labrèche

This episode is sponsored by MELS STUDIOS

For this new episode, we welcome our new host: Catherine Legault, she will introduce us to Amélie Labrèche.

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Catherine took over from our dear Myriam Poirier, for a few episodes. Myriam took a break from the microphone to fully devote herself to her own projects.

 We chose to speak with the young and prolific editor, Amélie Labrèche. After working for years as an assistant, Amélie made the leap to editing in 2016. Since then, she has been working on fiction, documentary and TV series projects. Catherine invites you to trace the path of Amélie’s young career.

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Listen this episode to have more context behind this photo of Amélie’s Timeline.

 

 

 

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Photo Credit: Amélie Labrèche

Amélie Labrèche in session with Catherine Legault at MELS Studio

Catherine Legault and Amélie Labrèche during their recording session at MELS Studios in downtown Montreal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Photo Credit: Catherine Legault

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To learn more about our new host:

Catherine Legault is an award-winning documentary filmmaker and film editor. She graduated from Film Production at Concordia University’s Mel Hoppenheim School of Cinema, in Montreal. Over the past 20 years, she has worked on several films that have screened internationally in theatres, festivals, and on television. Her collaborations have included PilgrIMAGE, by Peter Wintonick and Mira Burt-Wintonick, Mort subite d’un homme-théâtre, by Jean-Claude Coulbois, Les manèges humains, by Martin Laroche, The Wandering Muse, by Tamas Wormser, La démolition familiale by Patrick Damien, Les lettres de ma mère, by Serge Giguère, and Rebels on Pointe and FANNY: The Right to Rock, by Bobbi Jo Hart. Recipient of two Gémeaux awards for her TV series editing work, she received the Iris award for Best Documentary Editing at the Gala Québec Cinéma for La démolition familiale, in 2017. She was nominated again for Les lettres de ma mère and Fanny: The Right to Rock. In 2019, Catherine directed her first feature documentary, Sisters: Dream & Variations, which was awarded at the IndieFEST Film Awards in five categories and at the Gala Québec Cinéma for Best Documentary Original Score. Catherine is currently in production for her next film, LARRY (They/them), which will be released in 2023.

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Catherine Legault

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Pauline Decroix

Sound Recording by

Mathieu Maillé

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall, adapté en version française par Pauline Decroix

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Episode 11: Meet Elric Robichon

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Episode 11: Meet Elric Robichon

This episode dedicated to Elric Robichon's career.

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With more than twenty years of experience, Elric Robichon is known as a “jack of all trades” of editing. He has worked on documentaries, feature films, shorts, commercials, trailers, and even IMAX film editing. Dive into this exciting career, guided by our dear Myriam Poirier, CCE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

This episode was recorded at the Studio MELS, in Montreal

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Sarah Taylor

Maud Le Chevallier

Hosted

Myriam Poirier, CCE

Editing

Pauline Decroix

Sound Recording by

Mathieu Maillé

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall, adapté en version française par Pauline Decroix

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

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Bam Library

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Episode 010: Meet Mathieu Bouchard-Malo

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Episode 010: Meet Mathieu Bouchard-Malo

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With the beautiful days coming, we are back with our podcast. Our first episode of the year is dedicated to Mathieu Bouchard-Malo. For over 20 years, Mathieu has navigated gracefully and elegantly between fiction and documentary. Myriam Poirier, CCE guides us through his journey, and his unique way of working in the editing room.

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Myriam Poirier, CCE

MELS STUDIO

Sarah Taylor

Maud Le Chevallier

Hosted by

Myriam Poirier, CCE

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall, adapted in french by Pauline Decroix

Sound Recordist

Mathieu Maillé

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Original Music by

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Episode 9: Meet Sophie Leblond and Stéphane Lafleur

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Episode 009: Meet Sophie Leblond and Stéphane Lafleur

In this new episode, and must we say, the new season of our beloved podcast, we meet an amazing duo.

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On one side, we have the experienced editor Sophie Leblond, and on the other side Stéphane Lafleur, director or editor by turns. And when Stéphane Lafleur puts on his director’s hat, he always calls upon the services of his faithful ally. We will try to unravel the mystery of this long and fruitful collaboration.

Presented in french.

Photo Stéphane Lafleur : ©C.HAYEUR

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Stéphane Lafleur

Myriam Poirier, CCE

Maud Le Chevallier

MELS Studio: Rachel Lampron, Raphaël Paré and Mathieu Maillé

Hosted by

Myriam Poirier, CCE

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall, adapted in french by Pauline Decroix

Edited by

Pauline Decroix

Sound Recordist

Mathieu Maillé

Mixed and Mastered by

Tony Bao

Music generously offered by

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Episode 8: Meet Teresa De Luca, CCE

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Episode 8: Meet Teresa De Luca, CCE

Last episode before the summer, this one dedicated to Teresa De Luca, CCE.

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Teresa is originally from Montreal, where she has lived for most of her life. But today, she lives in Toronto, and works on successful TV series, like 19-2, CARDINAL, or CORONER that you can see right now on Netflix. We wanted to know more about her background, and her decision to move to the Queen City.

 

Presented in french.

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Myriam Poirier, CCE

Sarah Taylor,

Maud Le Chevallier

Hosted by

Myriam Poirier, CCE

Edited by

Pauline Decroix

Main Title Sound Design by

Jane Tattersall, adapted in french by Pauline Decroix

Mixed and Mastered by

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