Iris

Directed by Gabrielle Demers

Emanuelle is training on her stationary bike but she can't get her mind off the image of Laura. The more she pedals, the more her memories turn to desire.


Credits

Writer, Director | Gabrielle Demers

Cinematographer | Chloé Lampron Gingras

Editor | Charlie Boisvert

Sound | Alexandre Lefebvre

Music | Gabriel Genest

Sound Design | Pier-Luc Tremblay

Sound Mix | Philippe Lefebvre

Artistic direction | Didier Pigeon Perreault

Cast | Marie Babbini et Daphné Germain

Production |  UQÀM, École des médias


About the Director

Gabrielle Demers - Writer/ Director
Finishing her bachelor’s degree in Cinema at the University of Quebec in Montreal,...

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