Normand Roger, Montreal
Normand Roger began as a freelance composer in 1970 for the National Film Board of Canada. Although he has worked primarily in the domain of animation with a singular approach (over two hundred sound tracks), he has composed music for many other formats and collaborated on productions in Canada, the US, Europe, Russia and Japan, and he lectures internationally on music and sound for animation. The films he has worked on have garnered over two hundred international festival prizes including thirteen Academy Award nominations; 6 received Oscars including Father and Daughter (Michael Dudok de Wit, 2001) and The Old Man and the Sea (Alexander Petrov, 2000). Recently he has been working with a team of collaborators including Pierre Yves Drapeau and Denis Chartrand.
Night Special: Masters of Animation - Role and Function of Music and Sound in Animation
Thursday, 10 December
22:00 at Bourbaki 2
Music and Animation - A Selection of Films
Friday, 11 December
14:30 at stattkino