In the Kingdom of Pierre-Luc Granjon

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BFM — 32
Un viaggio nel magico mondo dell'animazione del regista francese: dai disegni realizzati per i film animati con la tecnica del découpage fino alle fotografie dei backstage dei suoi lavori che ci raccontano tutti i segreti del lavoro dell'animatore.
07 March30 March
2014
Sala alla Porta Sant’Agostino – Bergamo (Bergamo)

Bergamo Film Meeting dedicates its 2014 full retrospective and monographic catalog to Pierre-Luc Granjon.

A journey into the magical world of the French animator: from drawings made for animated films using the découpage technique, to the backdrops of the television series dedicated to the 4 seasons, passing through his precious sculptures and the backstage photographs that reveals us all the secrets of the work of an animator.

Opening: Friday March 7, 7:00 PM at Sala alla Porta S. Agostino


The artworks presented in the exhibition are taken from these movies:

Petit escapade (France, 2001), 5′
L’enfant sans bouche (France, 2004), 6′
Le loup blanc (France, 2006), 9′
L’hiver de Léon [co-regia Pascal Le Notre] (France, 2007), 26′
Le printemps de Mélie (France, 2009), 26′
L’eté de Boniface [co-regia Antoine Lanciaux] (France, 2011), 28′
L’automne de Pougne [co-regia Antoine Lanciaux] (France, 2012), 26′
La grosse bête (France, 2013), 7′

Pierre-Luc Granjon

French animation director and illustrator Pierre-Luc Granjon produced his first prizewinning short film, Petite escapade, in 2001 (Grand Prix, Seoul Animation and Cartoon Festival). A talented lover of new methodologies, he then directed Le château des autres (2003) and L’enfant sans bouche (2004), and a series of four episodes, featuring colourful characters in a fantastic medieval landscape (all rendered by mixed media and techniques such as cartoon, puppet animation and découpage), and telling the depths of childhood in a simple, highly imaginative way.

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From Tuesday to Friday from 3.30PM to 7.30PM

Saturday and Sunday from 11AM to 7.30PM

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