Possible Metrics
MUSIC-DRIVEN SHORT FILMS AND INTERACTIVE PROJECTS
FRANÇAIS


Combustion

COMBUSTION

SHORT FILM
Fire used as a musical tool. 2011
Watch on Vimeo.

Sonar

SONAR

SHORT FILM - Music generated by abstract animation. 2009
Watch on Vimeo (or youtube).

Gravity

GRAVITY

SHORT FILM - Rhythm generated by falling objects. 2009
Watch on Vimeo.
Moon

MOON

SHORT FILM
The moon as a musical instrument.
2012. Watch on Vimeo.
Drum Cannonry

DRUM CANNONRY


INTERACTIVE - A game about attacking and countering with rhythm. 2011-2012. Aka Tambour / Tambourine.

Gameplay trailer and more information on Vimeo.
The Clockmakers (Les horlogers)

THE CLOCKMAKERS


SHORT FILM - Music generated by trampolinists jumping on triangles.

A related external project produced by the National Film Board of Canada. (French title : Les horlogers)

Watch on Vimeo (or on the NFB website).


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ABOUT



Possible Metrics was created by Renaud Hallée to produce music-driven short films and interactive projects.

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FESTIVALS




Combustion : TIFF (Toronto), SXSW (Austin), Stuttgart (FiWi), Kasseler and FilmFest Dresden (Germany), Fest (Espinho, Portugal) and many others. Sonar : Annecy, Ottawa, Sommets du cinéma d'animation (Cinémathèque québécoise), Milano and many other film and music festivals. Moon : Sommets du cinéma d'animation de Montréal (Cinémathèque québécoise) - International Competition, Beloit International Film Festival. Gravity : Still actively brainwashing the children (notably as part of Rouyn-Noranda Film festival's youth section, New York International Children Film Festival and Boston Institute of Contemporary Art's Children film festival, where thousands of them saw numerous objects - including a television - repeatedly being crashed on the floor).



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