Que onda Mexico ?



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When two artists inspired by Mexican culture set an animated film to music, the result is a burlesque film-concert that talks about the world of work and death to children.

Sophie Laloy and Leïla Mendez have created an original animated film: a lazy and childish despot, convinced that death does not exist, is the target of tricks played by Muerta, the leader of a gang of party-loving, bon vivant skeletons... Rather than do a classic film-concert, the Mon Grand l’Ombre company brings animated images and the sound art together on stage.



Conception, scenario, writing Sophie Laloy and Leïla Mendez
With Sophie Laloy, Leïla Mendez and Michel Taïeb

Composition of songs Leïla Mendez et Michel Taïeb
Production of the film, graphic design and animation Sophie Laloy
Assistant on the animation of the film Daniela Godel
Help to colorize images Rama Grinberg, Leïla Mendez et Olivier Thillou
Staging / artistic collaboration Rama Grinberg
Scenography (decorations, costumes et accessories) Magali Hermine Murbach
sound/light creation Olivier Thillou
Production administration Carine Hily
Broadcasting Officer Laurent Pla-Tarruella

Production Mon Grand L’Ombre/MGO
Coproduction Théâtre de Corbeil-Essonnes / Communauté d’Agglomération Grand Paris Sud Seine- Essonne-Sénart et l’association CREA-Alfortville
Show helped as part of the song creation fund of the Festi'Val de Marne
With the support of Théâtres de Maisons-Alfort, TQI-Centre Dramatique National du Val de Marne, Centre Culturel Jean Houdremont, scène conventionnée - La Courneuve, Espace Charles Vanel à Lagny-sur-Marne and Ville de Saint-Michel-sur-Orge
Support of the Ministry of Culture - DRAC Île-de-France, Conseil Départemental du Val-de- Marne, ADAMI, Spedidam and support of Fonds SACD Musique de Scène