2014 Award Winners, film index

Nul poisson où aller

Nul poisson où aller
No Fish Where to Go

  1. Overview
  2. Awards
  3. Fact Sheet

A civil war breaks out. A little girl is forced to leave home with her family. Her painful exodus is illuminated by her friendship with a schoolgirl who belongs to another clan. A modern tale about the consequences of intolerance.

Award in Annecy

Fipresci Award(2014)

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: Nul poisson où aller

    Directed by: Nicola LEMAY, Janice NADEAU

    Trained in Graphic Design at UQAM, and in Illustration in Strasburg, Janice Nadeau works as an artistic director for various organisations. She has illustrated numerous books and has won the prestigious Governor General's Award three times for her work. Published in 2003, written by Marie-Francine Hébert, "No Fish Where to Go" earned her the first of these three prizes. She adapted it for her first exploit in animation, co-directed by Nicola Lemay, and it won the Fipresci Award at Annecy 2014.

    Country: Canada

    Year of production: 2014

    Running time: 12 min 30 s

  • Technique

    Category: Short film

    Techniques used: Drawing on paper

    Process: Colour

    Target public: Teens, Adults, , Family, Young adults

  • Credits

    Directed by: Nicola LEMAY, Janice NADEAU

    Production: ONF - OFFICE NATIONAL DU FILM DU CANADA, Marc BERTRAND

    Distribution: ONF - OFFICE NATIONAL DU FILM DU CANADA

    Based on: "Nul poisson où aller", éditions Les 400 coups

    Script: Marie-Francine Hébert

    Animation: Jens Hans

    Music: Jorane

    Sound: Olivier Calvert

    Editing: Oana Suteu