The International Festival of Films on Art - 39TH Edition from March 16 to 28, 2021


France | 2018 | 19 min
French, English | Subtitles in English
Decorater: Emmanuelle Herondelle
Sound: Marie Clotilde Chery, Francois Gueurce
Artists: Napoleon Maddox, Roy Nathanson, PAPANOSH
Director: Josselin Carré


Canadian Premiere - In attendance of the Director Josselin Carré.

Home offers an intimate look at the latest music by the jazz group Papanosh. The group adds Roy Nathanson, a New York saxophonist and poet, and Napoleon Maddox, a rapper and beatboxer from Cincinnati, to create an enchanting, poetic show that asks a simple question: what does it mean to be home? The film playfully constructs a house in constant evolution, a household that changes in all sorts of ways, as it reveals the creative process, its progress, and the result. The music project is enhanced by a dynamic staging: a call for
exchanges between onlookers and artists.


Josselin Carré

Filmography | Danse Elargie (2016); Kit de Survie (2017); Magnetic Ensemble (2015); Weekend au parc (2011); Unterwegs (2011); Sounds from Slumberland (2010); Solaire (2010); Was wollt irh noch sehen (2010); Il était une fois la résolution Collignon (2008); Corps, points, lignes (2005); Monsieur et Madame Méziéres (2006)

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