By Anita DORON, Daryl CLORAN, Mateo GUEZ


Drama - Completed 2007

    • Year of production
    • 2007
    • Genres
    • Drama
    • Countries
    • CANADA
    • Languages
    • Budget
    • 10 - 25 M$
    • Duration
    • 90 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Anita DORON, Daryl CLORAN, Mateo GUEZ
    • Producer(s)
    • Ana SERANO (CFC), Anita LEE (NFB)
    • Synopsis
    • May 21 from 10 to 11 am: Future of Cinema Blockbuster Panel
      11 to 12 am: Get your hands on the Future of Cinema
      Part 1: An international roundtable of innovators engaged in changing the way we make, market, distribute, see and think about films. With the video revolution on the web underway, 3D cinema garnering audiences, and interactivity migrating from games to films, this panel promises to be a spirited discussion about how we need to adapt to the changes being forced upon us by not only technology but our very own audiences.
      part 2: 11 to 12 am: Get your hands on the Future of Cinema
      See first hand how an interactive film works. Based on the groundbreaking interface model co-created by Lars von Trier in 2000, Late Fragment is an interactive film that lets audiences piece together, both literally and figuratively, the cinematic narrative in front of them. Late Fragment is like many of the non-linear movies we have come to love including Crash, Short Cuts, and Amores Perros. But with Late Fragment audiences now impact what scene they may get next.
      In Late Fragment, Kevin, Théo and Faye attempt to piece together the fractured stories of their lives. They are on a quest to reconcile pasts haunted by violence and crime. As you interact with the film, you become part of the quest to uncover the darkness of their pasts, reveal the truths behind their lives, in hopes of restoring wholeness, forgiveness, and perhaps even redemption.
      An interactive film:
      Late Fragment allows you to watch the film in your own way. With a traditional film, the story unravels as the director intends. With this interactive film, you click enter on your remote control to change scenes. There are no page numbers or menus to chart your course: you decide which storylines you wish to follow, when you want to dig deeper into the history of a character, or when you want to move away. You become the director of the film you are watching. This is a completely new cinematic experience.
      Panels are presented by CFC Media Lab, Telefilm Canada and fest21.com
    • Partners & financing
    • Canadian Film Centre CFC Media Lab - ONF/NFB National Film Board of Canada