Online ticket sales close at 6 p.m. on May 30.
Festival Stop Motion Montréal is an annual event that takes place in September at Concordia University. The festival organisation is dedicated to supporting and promoting stop-motion animation techniques. The world’s first festival dedicated to showcasing films animated exclusively using these techniques will be celebrating its 10 edition this fall.
This spring, as part of its very first season, the MIAM is delighted to host an exceptional, off-festival screening of handpicked works presented over the past 9 editions of the FSMM.
A few of the films that will be presented:
◆ After All – Michael Cusack (Australia)
◆ ABEO – Brenda Lopez Zepeda (Canada, in Spanish with English subtitles)
◆ Welcome – Laura Stewart (Canada)
◆ Nachtstück/Nocturne – Anne Breymann (Germany)
◆ Birdlime – Evan DeRushie (Canada)
◆ Ninfa – Claire Brognez (Canada)
◆ Marilyn Myller – Mikey Please (United Kingdom)
◆ Burnt – Devin Bell (USA)
◆ The Burden – Niki Lindroth von Bahr (Sweden, in Swedish with English subtitles)
◆ Princesse – Frédérick Tremblay (Canada)