Born in 1978 in Nova Scotia, Canada.
After studying film and music in Montreal (Canada) Moïa Jobin-Paré performs as a drummer and continues training in experimental audiovisual techniques. Relocating in Quebec city in 2009, she intensifies her work in painting and creates her first video projects. She has developed and honed techniques of scratching silver processed photographs, which she now exhibits and uses to create short films.
Her first animated short 4min15 au révélateur, which was coproduced with artist center La Bande Vidéo, was selected for multiple international film festivals and award-winning at the prestigious Annecy International Animation Film Festival.Filmography
4min15 au révélateur(2015)
Special Jury Mention - Sommets du cinéma d’animation, Montreal (Canada)
Prix Labo - AnimatouInternational Animation FF, Geneva (Switzerland)
Honourable Mention -OttawaInternational Animation Festival, Ottawa (Canada)
Off-Limits Award - Annecy International Animation FF, Annecy (France)
3 months artist-in-residency Award at Q21/MQ -Tricky Women, Vienna (Austria)
Special Jury Mention - Cinema on the Bayou, Lafayette (US)
Honourable Mention - Etiuda & Anima FF, Kraków (Poland)
Borderlands Award - Stoptrik IFF, Maribor (Slovenia)
"During my residency, I will be working on a new experimental animated short, using and scratching analog photographs coming from different family albums. Also, I will explore new approaches, using old found photographs and some I will be taking and developing at Q21... and I will have the pleasure to make the trailer for Tricky Women 2018, using visuals and sounds from Vienna."