Distributor:  Icarus Films
Length:  54 minutes
Date:  2017
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English; French / English subtitles
Color/BW:  Color
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Voyage in G Major

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At 91 years of age, Aime decides to finally fulfil his dream of travelling to Morocco. His photographer grandson goes with him.

Voyage in G Major

At the age of ninety-one, Aime decides to finally take his dream trip to Morocco that he's been planning for 40 years. His grandson, a filmmaker, accompanies him. Their journey, beautifully captured in VOYAGE IN G MAJOR, is both tender and bittersweet, filled with missed opportunities and fleeting pleasures.

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Awards

** Best Documentary, Hampton International Film Festival
** Best Documentary, L'Alternativa Film Festival Barcelona
** Best First Film, Traces de Vie Film Festival
** Louis Marcorelles Prize and Youth Prize, Cinema du Reel Film Festival
** Selection ACID, Cannes Film Festival

Citation

Main credits

Lazarevski, Georgi (film director)
Lazarevski, Georgi (cinematographer)
Lazarevski, Georgi (editor of moving image work)
Winocour, Patrick (film producer)
Guigon, Juliette (film producer)
Helbing, Aimé (onscreen participant)

Other credits

Montage, Jean Coudsi, Catherine Gouze, Georgi Lazarevski; musique, Felix Mendelssohn, Antonin Dvaork, Johann Sebastian Bach.


Distributor credits

A film by Georgi Lazarevski

Docuseek2 subjects

Aging
Travel

Distributor subjects

Aging
Death and Dying
Family Relations
Middle East
Streaming only

Keywords

Aging, Family relations, Travel; Morocco; "Voyage in G Major"; Icarus Films

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