Centre-Sud Chronicles

Centre-Sud Chronicles

| 4 min

From his shabby apartment in Montreal’s Centre-Sud borough, a writer finds inspiration in observing his neighbour Piton, who navigates poverty with some incredible ingenuity. Through this wildly funny pseudo-scientific allegory, graphic novelist turned filmmaker Richard Suicide draws us into the surreal, chaotic world of his book Chroniques du Centre-Sud, delivering a powerful portrait of a neighbourhood in the midst of a full-blown transformation. Produced by the NFB, this film is part of the Comic Strip Chronicles collection.

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Centre-Sud Chronicles, Richard Suicide, provided by the National Film Board of Canada

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Credits
  • director
    Richard Suicide
  • writer
    Richard Suicide
  • based on the book
    Richard Suicide
  • animation
    Francis Papillon
  • editing
    Francis Papillon
  • set design
    Richard Suicide
  • consultant
    Claude Cloutier
  • translation
    Rupert Bottenberg
  • sound design
    Stéphanie Hamelin Tomala
  • musical composition
    Stéphanie Hamelin Tomala
  • voice
    Harry Standjofski
  • voice director
    Bruce Dinsmore
  • foley
    Sam Mongeau
  • voice recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • foley recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • musician
    Jimmy Lahaie
    Juan Pablo Carmona Lopez
    Stéphanie Hamelin Tomala
  • re-recording
    Geoffrey Mitchell
  • direction - opening sequence
    Pascal Blanchet
    Rodolphe Saint-Gelais
  • music - opening sequence
    Pierre-Yves Drapeau
  • technical director
    Éric Pouliot
  • technical specialist - animation
    Yannick Grandmont
  • technical coordinator
    Mira Mailhot
  • online editor
    Denis Pilon
  • titles
    Jacques Bertrand Simard
  • studio coordinator
    Laetitia Seguin
  • administrator
    Karine Desmeules
  • senior production coordinator
    Camila Blos
  • marketing
    Geneviève Bérard
  • line producer
    Anne-Marie Bousquet
    Mylène Augustin
  • producer
    Marc Bertrand
  • executive producer
    Julie Roy