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03:10 min 29. October 2014

Coup de grâce

an experimental film in French

Short Experimental Film -
In Paris, a bewildered young man confides in his barber about an unusual encounter.

International Premiere - Centre Pompidou - Modern Art Museum in Paris (October 2013)
North American Premiere - San Jose Short Film Festival (November 2013)

Directed by Justin Wu
Written by Alessandra Ferreri
Starring Matthieu Charneau, Tara Jean, Michael Marenco & Frederic Quiring
Produced by Justin Wu, Duncan Way & Louis Le Bayon
Director of Photography - Kevin Foong
Assistant Director - Pierre Tringale
Editors - Pierre-Louis Guetta & Justin Wu
Music by Atrey
Costume Designer - Simon Gensowski
Sound Design & Boom Operator - Pierre-Louis Guetta
Lighting Assistants - Lauren Cooper & David Mcdonald
Make-Up - Mohammed Bouarib Ben
Hair Stylist - Michael Marenco
Graphic Designer - Joel Utter
Production Assistant - Lorena Villanueva

Special Thanks to:
The Barber Shop, Inda Prod, Jean-Paul Baptiste, Alexandre Vauthier, Charles Darnaud, Leo Freiz, Nicolas Lange, Tamara Akcay, Rodger Mikhaiel, Rodolphe D'argent, Success & Major Models

02:50 min 6. April 2015

Coste Contemplation

a narrative film in French

For subtitles click on the "cc" button.

Featuring Dimitri Coste :
Directed by Thibaut Grevet
Shot by Thibaut Grevet & Thibault Dumoulin
Produced by Frenzy Paris.
Producer : Julie Mathieu & Elsa Rakotoson
Post Production : Immersion

Thumbnail Picture by Dael Poulter

Music by Ryan Taubert "Speak we are listening" from www.themusicbed.com
Thanks to Paz, Zephir, Virginie and all the people who help up.

15:18 min 27. May 2014

AT ALL COSTS (original title : A Tout Prix)

a narrative film in French

- Directed by Yann Danh
- Budget : 8000$
- The Short film was bought by Anthony E. Zuiker (creator and executive producer of the American television show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation.)
- https://www.facebook.com/ATOUTPRIXFILM

Agent (FR) : Solene Edouard
Manager (US) : Christopher Tuffin / Renee Tab - SENTIENT -

09:28 min 19. March 2015

Bad Girl, un superbe court métrage sur ces femmes jugées trop belles

a narrative film in French

Arnaud Khayadjanian est un réalisateur français de 28 ans. Il dévoile aujourd’hui Bad Girl, un court métrage qui souligne avec esthétisme et justesse le vide que peuvent ressentir les filles jugées trop belles, trop séduisantes. Moteur !

07:10 min 2. October 2010

The makeover

a narrative film in French

Film de fin d'étude réalisé par Elsa Bréhin, Mathieu Hassan et Martin Vermelen.
Mention pour l'humour au festival Court mais bon.
Supinfocom Arles 2010.

09:56 min 7. December 2014

Home Sweet Home

a narrative film in French

A short movie by Pierre Clenet, Alejandro Diaz, Romain Mazevet and Stéphane Paccolat, made in Supinfocom Arles during our last year in 2013. Original music by Valentin Lafort.

// Synopsis //

This is the story of a house which escapes from its suburban foundations and sets off on an epic journey.

// Festival Awards and Selections //

- Best Computer Animated Short Film Award at Siggraph 2014
- 3rd Place Award Panam Anim 2013
- Special Mention from the jury Cut Out Festival Mexico 2014
- Festvial ASIFA Golden Award

- Cannes’s Cinéfondation 2014
- Siggraph 2014
- Siggraph Asia 2014
- 15th Animation Show of Shows
- Shelley Page's Eye Candy Show 2013
- International Festival of Animated Film Stuttgart 2014
- Bristol Encounters Festival 2013
- Panam-anim 2013
- Paris Courts-Devant 2013
- Villeurbanne 2013
- Rencontres Henri Langlois Poitiers 2013
- CutOut Festival 2013
- 5ème Festival Ciné-court animé de Roanne 2013
- Festival MONSTRA's 2014
- Festival Effets Stars
- Festival HAFF
- Festival FILMETS
- Future Film Festival

// Contacts & Links //


// Pierre Clenet

// Alejandro Diaz

// Romain Mazevet

// Stéphane Paccolat

// Valentin Lafort

03:35 min 2. May 2011

The Stairway

a narrative film in French

no description found

02:25 min 27. April 2009


a narrative film in French

De Julien Bocabeille, François-Xavier Chanioux, Olivier Delabarre, Thierry Marchand, Quentin Marmier y Emud Mokhberi, de la escuela de animación francesa Gobelins, son creadores de este cortometraje animado con 13 premios internacionales.
By Julien Bocabeille, François-Xavier Chanioux, Olivier Delabarre, Thierry Marchand, Quentin Marmier and Emud Mokhberi, from the French school Gobelins. This animated short film has won several international awards.

11:52 min 11. August 2015

I'm You Dickhead

a narrative film in French


"In a world where time travel is a simple hospital procedure, a man jumps back in time to force his 10 year old self to learn guitar, so that he can get more action with the ladies in the present day."

Follow the Film!

Starring: Anthony Gooley, Tom Usher, Alan Flower, Olivia Pigeot, Emma Palmer, Anthony Taufa, Noah Moon & Rae Jo

05:18 min 18. January 2014

When Locals Show You Where to Freeride Ski, They Don't Disappoint | A La Française, Ep. 1

a documentary in French


Amazing landscapes, fresh and untracked powder and lines that will blow your mind - that's what happens when a local shows you where to go.

Freeride skiers Aymeric Cloerec, Bertrand Clair and Guillaume Harleaux were looking for good snow conditions early in the winter, so they decided to head to the only place with snow - the Pyrénées - and its famous "Pic du Midi" at the Grand Tourmalet.

They met with local rider, Manu Bonniot, and discovered a huge backyard for incredible and breathtaking freeride skiing in an unforgettable landscape. The snow was perfect, the sun shining and the riders at the top of their game - and so ensued three perfect days of at the Top of the Pyrénées!

Thanks to all the staff of the Grand Tourmalet - Pic du Midi for their welcome!

Director: Yves Thollon
Video Producer: Epic TV
Athletes: Aymeric Cloerec, Bertrand Clair, Guillaume Harleux, Manu Bonniot

When Locals Show You Where to Freeride Ski, They Don't Disappoint | A La Française, Ep. 1

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07:13 min 20. July 2010


a narrative film in French


The hermetic world of bullfighting and its public, here reinvented and reinterpreted.

Directed by Mauro Carraro (www.mapo-mapos.com), Raphaël Calamote, Jérémy Pasquet

Original music composed by Pierre Manchot

Produced by Supinfocom Arles - 2010

For any informations about festivals submissions or other kind of diffusions, please contact our distribution label "Premium-films" at salles@premium-films.com or matatoroteam@gmail.com

25:54 min 29. September 2006

Meetin' WA (1986)

a talk in French

One of the least remarked upon attributes of Jean-Luc Godard is how thoroughly he mastered the medium of video production. For him Video was not a mere substitute for film, but something separate and distinct, an aesthetic platform all its own to which he brought a heretofore unrevealed dimension in his art; one that subtly informed the work he would later do once he returned to Cinema.

It is, however, somewhat understandable that this pocket of his career should be so little known, given that his extended video works of the 1970s . . . Six fois deux, for example, or the remarkable France/Tour/Detour/Deux/Enfants . . . continue to languish in the limited access obscurity into which they landed with a thud virtually from the hour of their creation. There are those in the fundamentally class-based universe of cinephilia who would not have it any other way, however. I mean, don't let's kid ourselves here. There is, and always has been, a vast amount of social comfort to be derived for Us (the cinephile class) if You (the vulgar herd) have no access to the works we get to see in the cinephile dungeons of large urban centers (after all, if We can't use film to construct a bizarro-world recreation of High School where we are no longer the geeks we once were then, I ask you, what is the point in all of this?).

So Jean-Luc Godard's video creations remain militantly inaccessible by all but the small number who've been fortunate enough to see them. And more than any of these works, 1986's Meetin' WA stands as testament to the extraordinary facility he developed with this sub-medium; a faciility harder-achieved in the 70s, when video production was a far more dolorous and taxing enterprise than it is today.

At once sublime and witty, the 26 minutes of Meetin' WA consist of an interview Jean-Luc Godard conducted in 1986 with Woody Allen, the director of What's Up, Tigerlilly and Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story (and soon to be featured in the final moments of Godard's abortive Cannon Pictures' King Lear). The chat itself is amiable enough; certainly avoiding any conceivable adversarial notes; but this, along with the New York setting (giving Allen the home field advantage as it were) does nothing to prevent a visible anxiety from growing on the part of the filmmaker as the interview goes on.

It's as if it dawned on Allen, right in the middle of everything, that this tape could be . . . used . . . in some way he would not be able to control, that he was talking to a man who long ago demonstrated that he would not be bound to a standard not his own. Gradually, almost anticipating this development, Godard's camera moves in closer and closer, Allen's eyes dart back and forth between Godard and his translator (film scholar Annette Innsdorf) while questions are asked, the expression on his face bordering at times on open worry; like he's waiting, with only marginal patience, for some sign of what it is he's gotten himself into to manifest itself. It is, perhaps, the only occasion where Woody Allen seems as neurotic as the persona he wrote for himself was always said to be.

08:05 min 12. August 2012

Unique - Sci-fi short film

a narrative film in French

Written, shot and edited in 48 hours.

It's just a normal, boring day for Elise in the not so distant future. But an unexpected encounter with a familiar face changes her life forever.

This film was created as part of the 2012 Guerrilla Film Challenge (http://48gfc.com) and shot within 48 hours with a random genre and quote. Unique won the grand prize "Best Film" award aswell as the "Best special effects".

Genre : Classic Sci-fi
Quote : I had a grandmoter once, TWO actually

Check out a behind the scenes video here : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cZ0AaxqBeEU

Directed by Fred Cavender

Written by Fred Cavender, Anne Sinagra & Florent Larronde

Original Music by Tony Rainy

Starring :

Anne Sinagra - Elise
Danee Puig - Assassin
Frédéric Boursselier - Hooded man

Shot & edited by Fred Cavender

Second unit camera by Florent Larronde

Production Audio by Albert Cavender

Assistants / Camera / Making of
Laure Vaysse, Fabienne Turpin, Frederic Boursselier, Alice Cavender

Sound design & mixing
Fred Cavender & Albert Cavender

Thank you to
Toscane Restaurant
À Suivre art gallery

01:29 min 13. January 2010

Les Dangereux

a narrative film in French

A vacationing ninja finds true love, but it's much more than he expected.

Story, Development, Animation, Shading, Lighting, Compositing, Modeling, and Direction by Daniel Klug
Environment Artist: Vicki Shively
Additional Props: Brett Stuart
Music performance: Alexa Sage
Music Editing: Marc Jackson of Moonlab Studios
Sound Effects: David Guerrero
Character Rigs: AnimationMentor.com

Done with Maya 2009, MentalRay, and AfterEffects.
Total time to completion: 9 months.

I start AnimationMentor back in March of 2008. This is the culmination of everything I have learned (animation-wise) from that point on. All other CG has been learned from my time of employment at New Wave Entertainment (5 years).

The film's site:

My animation reel: