понедельник, 7 сентября 2015 г.


Nine episodes, nine characters, representative of a generation of homosexuals discuss the realities they face, from their « coming-out » to dealing with stereotypes, bullying and of course, finding love. Homogen delivers an intimate portrait of the Quebec gay and lesbian community where youth, parents, allies and dissidents can find real answers to their questions, without shame, judgment or taboo. The series elevates the personal experience to a universal level. In fact, it makes a difference by showing that in the end, there is no difference, after all.

Director: Isabelle Courville

Artistic creation is second nature for Isabelle Courville. Born on January 14th, 1992 in Hull, Quebec, Isabelle has always been passionate about performing arts, creative writing and cinema. She studied filmmaking for five years, beginning at Cegep de l’Outaouais and then at the University of Quebec in Montreal, where she just recently completed her bachelor’s degree. Her first short film, P.O.W. (2011) received critical acclaim at the Intercollegiate Film Festival and the Ottawa International Short Film Festival. The same year, she received the Governor General of Canada’s Medal for academic excellence and social and community involvement. From screenwriting to directing, Isabelle expands her filmmaking experience with her work as a cinematographer, using both words and light to reflect her unique vision, blurring the gap between reality and fantasy.


Film Type:Documentary, Web / New Media, Other
Runtime:1 hour 34 minutes
Completion Date:March 5, 2015
Production Budget:4,800 USD
Country of Origin:Canada
Country of Filming:Canada
Film Language:English, French

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