Islet

Islet

| 7 min

Combining figurative abstraction with magic realism, this animated short depicts a world in which whales fall out of the sky and fish turn into balloons. It is a black and white evocation of the real world, transformed by the director's special sense of whimsy. With bold lines reminiscent of the stark simplicity of Inuit art, this cautionary tale is a reminder of the interconnectedness of all things. We are all affected by the fate of the Arctic, which each year is disappearing a little farther into the ocean.

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Credits
  • direction
    Nicolas Brault
  • script
    Nicolas Brault
  • animation
    Nicolas Brault
  • editing
    José Heppell
  • sound design
    Olivier Calvert
  • original music
    Guy Pelletier
  • digital imaging specialist
    Pierre Plouffe
    Susan 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
  • marketing officer
    Julie Roy
  • administrative team
    Marie-Gabrielle Forget
    Michèle Labelle
    Diane Martindale
  • administration
    Diane Régimbald
  • technical coordination
    Andrée Delagrave
  • associate producer
    Jean Lemire
  • line producer
    Francine Langdeau
  • executive producer
    Marcel Jean
  • producer
    Michèle Bélanger