Xavier Beauchesne-Rondeau | 6 min | Canada | 2011
Trough the experience of the death of three acquaintances, a young woman makes connections with her own life and expresses her views on death.
Directing – Script: Xavier Beauchesne-Rondeau
With: Leïla Thibeault-Louchem, Annie Darisse-Desbiens, Stéphane Franche, Jeanne Ostiguy, Gabriel Brown, Jean-Baptiste, Hervé Marie-Joëlle Guindon,Margot Czapracki
Sound: Christophe Motte Guy Blanchard
Picture Editing: Jean-Gabriel Bergeron
Production: Les productions iXe, Kino Kabaret International de Montréal
Xavier Beauchesne-Rondeau was born in the Lower St. Lawrence region of Quebec and completed studies in cinema at the Université du Québec à Montréal and the INIS. His short films Le Show (documentary), Fractal and Deux âmes (Two Souls) (both fiction films) have been seen in numerous festivals in Quebec and abroad. Since 2007 he has worked in numerous situations as a film editor and director and is developing and directing several other film projects. In 2011, he made the short films Mourir sans faire de bruit (Dying without a Sound, Asiana Short Film Festival) and Il ne fait pas soleil (Festival du nouveau cinéma), in addition to putting the finishing touches on Hier, aujourd’hui, hier, a self-produced first feature film.