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APP’s Garden Party

APP held its first annual event on May 29, with a 5-to-8 cocktail at Mile End’s Aire Commune. After a disgusting winter, a month of April at 3 degrees and the scandal of

P. O. Beaudoin’s gift card, we wanted to regroup to welcome the sun finally showing up at the end of the ray.

We also took the opportunity to highlight the remarkable year of some of our craftspeople, whose hot videos have helped melt the snow.

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COLORIST OF THE YEAR 2018: JÉRÔME CLOUTIER

« Je suis un retoucheur d’images. Je ne transforme pas une ambiance, je l’appuie. » (« I retouche images. I don't transform a mood, I support it. »)

Because he has thought a lot about his job, his colleagues do not hesitate to talk about him as a mentor. « La vision du réalisateur est traduite en images par le directeur photo. Mon rôle est de comprendre, préciser et compléter de qu’ils ont à dire. Le film doit être la somme de nos trois perceptions. » (« The director's vision is translated into images by the DOP. My role is to understand, clarify and complete what they have to say. The film must be the sum of our three perceptions. « ) Jérôme works with small touches, with rightfulness and precision. « Il y a une différence entre une belle et une bonne colorisation. Il faut toujours choisir la bonne, c’est-à-dire celle qui sert le film. Ne jamais intervenir inutilement. » (« There is a difference between a beautiful and a good colorization. You always have to choose the right one, that is, the one that serves the film. Never intervene unnecessarily. »)

 

ART DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR 2018: CHARLOTTE RATEL

Charlotte is a director, art director and designer. By combining her love of colors and ingenious concepts, as well as her experience in graphic design and photography, her work covers multiple platforms and reflects a homogeneous and colorful graphic aesthetic. Charlotte studied graphic design at the Université du Québec à Montréal and at the École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. She lives and works in Montreal.

 

PHOTO DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR 2018: ANDRÉ TURPIN

André Turpin, who studied cinema at Concordia University, is a Canadian director of photography, director and screenwriter. In Cannes, the movies Matthias and Maxime, Just the End of the World and Mommy won him honors. His photography direction for the movie Mommy was awarded at the Canadian Screen Awards and the Italian Online Movie Awards in 2015. At the Gala Québec Cinéma, he was the recipient of several Iris awards for the Best Direction of Photography category for the following five feature films: Maelström, Incendies, C’est pas moi, je le jure!, Un crabe dans la tête et Mommy. As a director, he represented Canada in the selection of the best foreign language film at the 75th Academy Awards for Un crabe dans la tête. His reputation is well established.

 

EDITOR OF THE YEAR 2018: JESSE RIVIÈRE

Jesse Rivière is a young Montreal offline editor with over 6 years of experience in both feature movies and advertising. He has worked for several companies such as McDonald's, CCM, Desjardins, Vidéotron, Fido, Kijiji and Subway. His editing experience, both in fiction and documentary, solidifies his creativity and intuition in the approach he takes to his editing. He is also the artist behind METRO MTL (metromtl.com), a photographic series of Montreal’s metro.

 

STYLIST OF THE YEAR 2018: JULIE-ANNE TREMBLAY

After studying fashion management and design at Lasalle College and UQAM, Julie-Anne worked as a stylist assistant at Elle Qc. It is by chance that she met Michel David at Traffik's in 2005. She then made her first advertising project with him as a stylist / costume designer. For almost 15 years, Julie-Anne has been working on video and photo advertising projects, films, web series, music videos, short films and personal styling.


Inis’s mutuelle de formation (training programs)

APP is a member of the Mutuelle de formation du secteur de l'audiovisuel de L'inis, which brings together 16 professional organisations. As such, APP members are entitled to a 77% discount on the regular rate of pooled courses. They are also entitled to discounts of up to 15% off the regular rate for all microprograms and tailor-made courses offered by Inis.

For more information : www.inis.qc.ca/programmes/cours-mutualises/