Charles-André Coderre


Charles-André Coderre lives and works in Montréal. He completed a Masters on contemporary experimental cinema at Université de Montréal and is a regular contributor to the film magazine 24images . Dedicated to working with analog techniques, he is a member of the Montréal collective of experimental cinema Double Negative. He also is in the audiovisual project Jerusalem In My Heart (Constellation Records) alongside with Radwan Ghazi Moumneh. Charles-André just completed his first feature film, Desert Cry (Déserts), co-directed with Yann-Manuel Hernandez.



Granular film – Beirut  – CAN 2016
6 min – 16mm – Musik: Bob Lachapelle – K+S+V: Charles-André Coderre – SD: Bob Lachapelle – V: Double Negative Collective – World Premiere

Reminiscence of a trip in Beirut. The sea. The palm trees, the
buildings melt when my eyelids began to close. My memories
now have a separate life of their own. Granular film is a work
in progress. – Charles-André Coderre


Jerusalem in My Heart: Ta3mani; Ta3meitu
Co-Regie: Radwan Ghazi Moumneh – Kanada 2015 – 16mm auf HD – 5 min
K+S: Charles-André Coderre – M: Jerusalem In My Heart  V: Double Negative Collective

Tahtib choreography & dance by Tania El Khoury. Filmed in Beirut, destroyed in Montréal.


Gazelles in Flight
Kanada 2015 – 16mm auf HD – 5 min – S+SFX: Charles-André Coderre – M: SUUNS + Jerusalem In My Heart – V: Double Negative Collective

The film is made from 16mm color film archives found in a Montréal garbage container. The original footage has been modified by various handmade film techniques.