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A Feature film by Blaise Harrison

Produced by Les Films du Poisson

Production year : 2013

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Production and distribution (4)

Executive Producer :

Les Films du Poisson

Foreign production company :

RTS - Radio Télévision Suisse

Co-productions :

Arte France, Bande à part Films

Film exports/foreign sales :

Doc & Film International


A small town nestling in the middle of a snowy expanse. In a crowded hall, some musicians
are warming up. Cacophony. The conductor calls for silence. On a river bank at dawn, an old
man is fishing alone, alert. Nearby, a band of Indians are marching to music for the carnival.
A young hunter stalks her prey on the edge of a forest, while in his bedroom, a teenager
struggles with his tie to the deafening sound of symphonic heavy metal rock. Between
community and moments of solitude, through a series of lively Friday evening rehearsals and
the interminable republican ceremonies, L'HARMONIE takes us to the heart of this colorful
community in search of harmony.

Photos (6)

Full credits (10)

Executive Producer :

Estelle Fialon

Co-producer :

Lionel Baier

Sound recordist :

Pascale Mons

Sound Editor :

Olivier Touche

Grader :

Patrick Lindenmaier

Associate producers :

Yaël Fogiel, Laetitia Gonzalez, Jean-Stéphane Bron, Ursula Meier, Frédéric Mermoud

Director of Photography :

Blaise Harrison

Editor :

Gwénola Héaulme

Music Composer :

Rhys Chatham

Sound Mixer :

Olivier Touche

Technical details

Feature film

Genres :


Coproducer countries :

France, Switzerland

Original French-language productions :


Production year :


French release :

Runtime :

1 h

Current status :

Upcoming release

Approval :

Production formats :


Posters (1)


Festival Selections

Locarno International Film Festival - 2013

Locarno International Film Festival (Switzerland, 2013)


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