Bone Mother

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    Bone Mother

    Directed by

    Canada

    2018

    8 min

    • English

    Animation

    A vain and arrogant youth dares to enter Baba Yaga's living house of bones. What emerges will forever fill our nights with terror.

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    Credits

    Cast
    Renée-Madeleine Le Guerrier
    Rafael Petardi
    Screenplay
    Sylvie Trouvé
    Dale Hayward
    Lanan Adcock
    Cinematography
    Sylvie Trouvé
    Editing
    Dale Hayward
    Sylvie Trouvé
    Music
    Rebecca Foon
    Production
    NFB - THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
    Sales
    NFB - THE NATIONAL FILM BOARD OF CANADA
    Sylvie Trouvé

    Sylvie Trouvé

    Canada

    Sylvie Trouvé is a professional filmmaker and animator who lives in Montreal, Canada. With more than 20 years of experience in animation, she has worked on a wide range of productions, from education documentaries and feature films such as THE LITTLE PRINCE to commercials for Honda and Lego. In 2009, she was part of the NFB’s Hothouse apprenticeship program (Orange), where her passion for photography and animation truly merged. Subsequently, she created the abstract film REFLECTION in 2012. Her short films have screened at prestigious international film festivals and in public spaces such as galleries and airports. In 2011, she co-founded See Creature Animation with her husband, Dale Hayward. Their latest venture is the stop-motion animated short BONE MOTHER (2018), a dark, folkloric tale produced by the NFB, selected at Annecy IAFF 2019.

    Dale Hayward

    Dale Hayward

    Canada

    Dale Hayward is a Montreal-based animator and director with a background in 2D animation. He specializes in stop-motion and is well versed in digital media and new technologies. Throughout his 10 years of experience, Hayward has worked on a wide range of productions, from feature films such as THE LITTLE PRINCE to commercials for Nike, Tim Hortons and others. In 2011, he co-founded See Creature Animation with his wife, Sylvie Trouvé. Their latest venture is the stop-motion animated short BONE MOTHER (2018), a dark, folkloric tale produced by the NFB and selected at Annecy IAFF 2019.