Le Nez Film Talk with Lucie Tremblay
The Franco-American Collection at the University of Southern Maine invites you to join us on Monday, September 27, 4 pm-5 pm, for the first event of our Fall 2021 Zoom series!
Join the Franco-American Collection in welcoming Lucie Tremblay to discuss the film Le Nez and her creative process on September 27, 2021, at 4 pm via Zoom. Lucie Tremblay produced the movie Le Nez (The Empire of Scents) by Kim Nguyen. Filmed in five countries, this documentary takes us on an artistic journey through the lens of Nguyen, a nominee at the 2013 Oscars in the best foreign film category for War Witch. He integrates beauty, taste and poetry into the film, to the point where we can feel the inner sense of The Empire of Scents. Lucie Tremblay has notably worked for the “Cirque du Soleil” and the “Grand Orchestre du Splendid.” The projects she chooses to work on reflect her passion for popular science, social problematic and environmental reflections. This passion is the result of a close collaboration developed through the years with scenarists, directors, film makers and other members of her team. Lucie has received various awards from the Canadian industry as well as numerous prizes during international documentary festivals.
To watch the film before the event, follow this link: https://video.maine.edu/media/The+Empire+of+Scents/1_93cir11n. The link will be available until September 30th.
There is no fee for our programs which are made possible by a generous grant from the Québec Delegation in Boston. The Delegation has shown itself enthusiastic in supporting Franco-American initiatives.
For more information or to register, contact the FAC archivist, Anna Faherty at email@example.com or by phone (207) 753-6545. You can also register at this link: https://maine.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0sce2rpzopHtCsamXTbyzjaWtTDk98wxoT.