TEN TIMES DIX
Documentary / 58 min. / Canada / HD / 16:9 / 2011
A volunteer soldier in 1914 and witness to the rise of Nazism in 1933, the German painter Otto Dix depicted the ravages and horrors of war. With unsparing lucidity, he portrayed scenes that are disturbing and shocking. Art was his weapon. The master who said, “I need courage to paint ugliness,” rendered the chaos around him in a manner both brutally honest and humane.
CAST Nathalie Bondil, Jan Dix, Peter Duchesne, Anne Grace, Florian Karsch et Katerina Konig
IMAGE Jennifer Alleyn, Sebastien Gros
SOUND Bruno Pucella, Joel Fleisher,
SOUND MIX Éric Tessier
PRODUCER Luc Châtelaine, Echo Média
DISTRIBUTION Caméra B FIlms firstname.lastname@example.org
Selected for the Pessac International Film Festival (France), Ten times Dix won the ARTV World Tremplin Award at the 29th Montreal International Film Festival (FIFA). He was subsequently presented in regular programming for the public at Cinéma Beaubien and Cinéma Le Clap.