Martin Villeneuve:
How I made an impossible film

TED2013 · 10:55 · Filmed Feb 2013
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Canadian filmmaker Martin Villeneuve talks about "Mars et Avril," the sci-fi spectacular he made with virtually no money over a seven-year stretch. In this charming talk, he explains the various ways he overcame financial and logistical constraints to produce his unique and inventive vision of the future.

Graphic artist, director
In his film "Mars et Avril," Martin Villeneuve brings his sci-fi romance graphic novel to glorious life. Full bio
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