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Bêtes Humaines - exploring the human condition in Montreal's subway

Interview with film producer Sarah Olivia Mizrahi

by Laura Fuchs

Photo by: fonds.tv5.ca
Photo by: fonds.tv5.ca

Bêtes Humaines [Human Beasts] is a web series consisting of five fiction short films. Each film  shows a story which takes place at a different line of the Montreal metro. Each story is named after the color of the line in which the story unfolds. The project has been realised as part of the contest of Fond TV5.                                                                                                                                                     Betes Humaines (Human Beasts) is a project by Hala Alsalman and Sarah Olivia Mizrahi                  The entire project on-line: http://video.tv5.ca/betes-humaines/orange

This interview was originally aired on The Wednesday Morning After as part of Moving Picture Radio on WEdnesday, November 9, 2011 8-9 am

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