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National Short and Medium-Length Competition

Andrew Keegan déménage Justine Harbonnier

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The Keegan House is moving. Thanks to new development projects, the oldest house in Montreal’s Griffintown neighbourhood has to be moved. It will be incorporated into a modern tower as a kind of memento of the good old days. And here it is moving down the street, creating the incongruous image of a rooftop sliding through the city. Billboards hail the virtues of condos for happy families. Investors congratulate themselves on saving a piece of heritage while building the best possible future. In Andrew Keegan déménage, Justine Harbonnier presents a film steeped in poetry. It is a contemplative journey that captures, with simplicity and humour, the absurd situations created by profit-driven urban design.

Andrew Keegan déménage

  • Country : Quebec, France
  • Year : 2016
  • V.O : French
  • Subtitles : English
  • Duration : 12 MIN
  • Cinematography : Justine Harbonnier, Maxime Faure
  • Editing : Justine Harbonnier
  • Production : Justine Harbonnier
  • Sound Design : Justine Harbonnier
Filmography of Justine Harbonnier :

- Angèle, 13 min., 2014.

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