January 2021 :
Article published in Shoutout L.A.
Click HERE to read.
July 2021 :
The 8H51 retrospective at
Tracce Cinematografiche International Film Festival
in Italy has been postponed till JULY 2021.
The festival takes place in the historic Fort Sagallo in the lovely town of Nettuno, right on the beach.
Save the date!
8h51 in 60 seconds
RECENTLY IN THE FESTIVAL CIRCUIT
WOMEN OF THE WEST
series pilot | 21 min
LOGLINE : Love, death, and the wheel of fortune. Set at the turn of the century across Canada, the US and Mexico, this is the story of Sara. The Victorian romantic is thrust on an unexpected journey when she is suddenly widowed from the love of her life; in striving to provide for her family, she must carve an unconventional path for herself amidst the turbulent landscape of the expanding West.
Left : Ellie Jackson accepting the award for 'Best Actress' for Women of the West at Reel East Texas.
She also accepted the award for 'Best Cinematography' on behalf of Marie-Michele Jasmin-Belisle.
Right : Ellie and Marie-Michele at the New York City premiere of Women of the West.
Left : The star of Helix, Japanese artist Kirilola, with winning filmmaker Daria Binevskaia of 'My Name is Petya' and winning filmmaker Marie-Michele Jasmin-Belisle for 'Helix' at Forte Sangallo in Nettuno, Italy.
Right : Kirilola and Marie-Michele on opening night of Tracce Cinematografiche Film Festival.
musical short| 4 min
LOGLINE : In an ever accelerating world, centuries pass as the helix twirls. One must find grace and meaning in the timeless gifts of nature, and remember our unique connection with the infinite essence of Life.
Music by Japanese artist Kirilola
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all work copyrighted by MARIE-MICHELE JASMIN-BELISLE unless otherwise stated
spiritual cinema, spiritual films, mythological films, branded fashion, poetic films, art design nouveau cinema
* designing a pitch deck for an episodic on fortune tellers
* editing my short film "The Turning of the Tide" starring Kirilola
* writing a feature inspired by Buddhist mythology