La Couleur Chante Molinari
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This profile, undertaken sixteen months before Molinari’s death, explores his life and works, and in particular his public and private activities over the course of 2003. With his close friend Roald Nasgaard, a professor of Florida State University, Molinari discusses the work of Mallarmé and Mondrian, two major influences on his painting. While presenting his pivotal works, he also touches on various concepts that underlie his artistic approach, as well as the evolution of abstraction and the theoretical debates of his youth.

Awards and mentions
Prix de la meilleure oeuvre canadienne
Festival international du film sur l'art
Montréal
2005
Original language
English
French
Subtitles
English

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Credits

Direction
Lauraine André-G.
Cinematography
Gilles Blais
Paul Hurteau
Mario Marleau
Screenplay
Lauraine André-G.
Sound
David Paré
Patrick L. Tronchon
Editing
Martin Charron
Graphic Design
Martin Charron
Sound Design
Catherine Béchard
Sabin Hudon
Music
Sabin Hudon
Eric West
Mixing
Anhtu Vu
Co-production
Vidéographe
Production
Québec Inc.

Technical information

Color
Color
Sound
Stereo

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Keywords
Artist, Creation, Process, Abstraction, Painting, Essay