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07:01 min 3. October 2008

Court-métrage "La Vie de Georges"

a narrative film in French

Georges se réveille un matin à côté d'une femme qui n'est pas la sienne. A partir de là, tout s'enchaîne sans qu'il ne comprenne ce qu'il lui arrive...

Court-métrage (2008). Comédie Fantastique. Durée : 7min
Réalisé par Jérémy Strohm
Production EICAR
Co-production Tourne-Court
Avec Paul Lapierre, Sophie Millan, Catherine Perrotte, Michèle Faurie, Françis Lavainne, Alain Mercier, Cédric Meusburger, Juliette Tresanini, Thierry d’Armor, Danièle Cousin-Chamoin, Xavier Kerf, Till Koenig

Notes :
Projet de fin de 3ème année d’étude à l’EICAR. Le film a été présenté au Festival Vidéo d’Orléans 2009 et au Short Film Corner du Festival de Cannes 2009.

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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
Aggelos

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11:15 min 3. September 2015

Les 3 Boutons - Miu Miu Women's Tales #10

a narrative film in French

“Miss Jasmine! I have a package for you!” The 14-year-old girl with braces takes a break from milking the goat. Her local postman has delivered a surprise. She opens it up. Out floats a magical magenta ball dress ten times her teenage size. “I am curious,” she says, and enters the folds of the dress. From here, Jasmine⎯headstrong, a dreamer, a realist⎯takes us on a modern anti-fairy tale through caves and stalagmites, streets and shop windows, obsessions and everyday empowerment.

Les 3 Boutons is directed by the legendary 87-year-old Agnès Varda, considered by many as forerunner to French New Wave cinema, and winner of the first honorary Palm d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival this year. Les 3 Boutons marks the 10th commission from Miu Miu Women’s Tales, the acclaimed short-film series by women who critically celebrate femininity in the 21st century.

This latest addition is a signature work from Varda’s unique world. It’s full of playful hallmarks from her six decades of making films which include the groundbreaking La Pointe Courte (1955), Cléo de 5 à 7 (1961), Sans toit ni loi (1985) and Les Plages d’Agnès (2009).

“It’s playing a game with reality,” Varda says. “The game is called cinema.”

Les 3 Boutons’ lead is newcomer Jasmine Thiré, and it was shot on location in Bonnieux and also rue Daguerre, Paris, where Varda has lived for 50 years. The story gently reverses the clichés of girlhood. Jasmine prefers school uniform and education to the easy allure of a Cinderella lifestyle.

“I immediately saw the contradictory juxtaposition of farm life and haute couture,” explains Varda. “The most minimal element, the most essential one is the button. 3…2…1…go!” As the three buttons gradually fall from Jasmine’s dress, each full of promise and change, we realize that Varda’s description of “a young girl discovering herself” applies just as much to the ageless director as it does to the inquisitive protagonist.

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03:15 min 18. March 2016

Au bout de la rue (Court-métrage)

a narrative film in French

Une jeune femme rentre de soirée, elle quitte ses amis et remonte la rue jusqu'à chez elle lorsqu'un homme l'aborde...

A young woman is going back home after a party, she leaves her friends down her street when a man approaches her...

Avec
Claire Chust
http://www.clairechust.book.fr
Félix Armand
http://www.allocine.fr/personne/fichepersonne_gen_cpersonne=531368.html
Zouheïr Zerhouni
http://www.cinetea.fr/artiste.cfm/478269-zouheir-zerhouni.html
Julien Monnin
http://www.jumon.book.fr
Renaud Barrat
Delphine Seignon
http://delphineseignon.wix.com/delphineseignon
Cécilia Assouin
Jérémie Verdier
Arthur Gouté
Paul Knoery
Xavier Lapandry

Écrit et réalisé par Maxime Gaudet
http://facebook.com/maximegaudetdirector
http://maximegaudet.com

Assistante-réalisateur
Florie-Anne Jaques

Régisseur général
Julien Hélaine

Chef opérateur et monteur
Maxime Gaudet

Ingénieur du son et mixeur
Hubert Rey-Grange

Maquilleuse
Elsa Nizard

Régisseurs
Jérémie Normand
Fédéric Faury
Thomas Jouenne

Musique
Like a Droid - Legacy
https://soundcloud.com/like-a-droid

Merci à
La copropriété du 13 rue du Repos
Victor Habchy
Florent Sabatier
Tous les résidants de la rue qui ont supporté le bruit
Toutes les personnes présentes à la soirée du 16/01 pour leurs voix
Annette Assenat
SOS Ciné

Merci à Camille McOuat pour les sous-titres anglais.
Thank you Bastián Yurisch for the Spanish subtitles.
Thank you Valentina Nieddu for the Italian subtitles.

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06:33 min 9. April 2010

Basket et Maths - Gay shorts

a narrative film in French

"Basket et maths", which features two teammates whose feelings about each other are not as clear as they might be...

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10:40 min 28. February 2013

Éclat du jour - Daybreak (2013)

a narrative film in French

Canada, Quebec I 10 min 30 s | ALEXA | couleur | ratio 1.85 | son 5.1 | Français STA

Dans une riche banlieue montréalaise, Xavier et ses amis font du vélo, jouent au parc, profitent d'un après-midi d'été ensoleillé. Mais sous les jeux, derrière les sourires, une tension naissante, une violence en sourdine; un défoulement collectif à la limite de l'hystérie.

In a wealthy Montreal suburb, Xavier and his friends are composing with pre-teen boredom. They hang out at the park, ride their bikes, mess with each other; it's yet another suburban summer afternoon. But beneath the smiles lies a growing tension, an certain violence which leads the group to a collective release of unexpected intensity; a ritualistic initiation into adolescence.

Distribution
Garçon : Alexander Fitchev
Fille : Émilie Sénécal

Équipe
Production : Gabrielle Tougas-Fréchette & Ménaïc Raoul (Voyous Films)
Réalisation : Ian Lagarde
Scénario : Ian Lagarde
Direction photo : Mathieu Laverdière
Direction artistique : Valérie-Jeanne Mathieu
Montage : Mathieu Grondin
Son : Dominique Greffard

Sélections
Toronto Int. Film Festival, Canada |2013| En compétition
Vladivostok Int. Film Festival, Canada |2013| En compétition
Centre Culturel Canadien à Paris |2013| En présentation
Festival de Cinéma de la Ville de Québec |2013| En présentation
Vancouver Int. Film Festival |2013| En compétition
BFI LONDON FILM FESTIVAL |2013| En compétition
Atlantic Int. Film Festival |2013| En compétition
FICFA |2013| En compétition
FlickerFest Int. Short Film Festival |2014| En compétition
Clermont-Ferrand, Carte Blanche PCC! |2014| En présenation
Rendez-Vous du Cinéma Québécois |2014| En compétition
Regard sur le Court Métrage |2014| En compétition
Soirée au Cinéma St-Alphonse |2014| En présentation
Prix Prends Ça Court!|2014| En compétition, PRIX AIR Canada
Ciné-Club Hector Fortin de l’Assomption |2014| En présentation
Focus Québec à Cuba |2014| En présentation
Ciné-Club Caserne 45 |2014| En présentation
Projection PCC! Cinéma Laurier |2014| En présentation
Slamdance Film Festival |2014| En compétition, BEST NARRATIVE SHORT
GROS Courts, Projection Excentris |2014| En présentation
BUFF Int. Children and Young People Film Festival, Suède |2014| En compétition
Short’n’Sweet Centre Culture Canadien à Paris |2014| En présentation
Niagara Intergrated Film Festival |2014| En compétition
Fantasia Int. Film Festival |2014| En compétition
Missouri Film Festival |2014| En compétition

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06:53 min 7. August 2013

Hambuster - Court Métrage

a narrative film in French

Un homme mange tranquillement un hamburger dans un parc public, assis sur un banc. Lorsque tout d'un coup, son burger devient vivant et menaçant. Une folle et apocalyptique aventure va alors se mettre en place pour combattre ce burger aux allures de monstre carnivore et meurtrier qui ravage tout sur son passage. Hambuster est un court-métrage de 5 étudiants de Supinfocom Arles que sont Paul Alexandre, Maxime Cazaux, Dara Cazamea, Romain Delaunay et Bruno Ortolland. Hambuster est une animation de 6 minutes entièrement réalisé en 3D relief.

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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.

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05:45 min 18. April 2014

SOIS MIGNONNE court métrage

a narrative film in French

Carole, 26 ans, diplômée en études supérieures prépare intérieurement un énième entretien d’embauche pour un emploi. Ses réflexions sur le monde du travail vont mettre en danger son aptitude à obtenir cet emploi.

Avec Noémie Bianco, Christine Gagnepain et Nicolas-Yvan Perrot

Scénario et réalisation Julien Guiol
Production Les films de Jules, Nicolas Mestrallet

http://les-fondus-enchaines.over-blog.com/

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12:20 min 31. August 2013

AIR EAU TERRE FEU

an experimental film in French

Réalisé et écrit par Andy Weten
Dialogue: Andy Weten
avec Liyah Niyah , Julien Bocher et Fabien Ygdrasil
Sound design: Jerry Wallis

COURT METRAGE DE 12 MINUTES

CE COURT METRAGE A ETE TOURNE
EN 7 JOURS, DANS PLUS DE 7 LIEUX DIFFERENTS.
ECRIT PAR ANDY WETEN COMME UN VOYAGE VISUEL
ENTRE LES DIFFERENTS ELEMENTS, CE FILM
NON COMMERCIAL NOUS MONTRE UNE FEMME,
JOUEE PAR Liyah Niyah EN QUETE DE LIBERTE.
Julien Bocher EST LE NARRATEUR DE CE VOYAGE.
MERCI A Fabien Ygdrasil POUR SON APPARITION

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05:07 min 17. February 2009

Revolution Of The Crabs | Future Shorts

a narrative film in French

Dir. Arthur de Pins / France / 2003
Humorous and insightful animation about a blighted species of crabs.

http://www.arthurdepins.com/
BUY HERE: http://www.adventuresinshortfilm.com/

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17:09 min 11. August 2015

André Kaspi : "La circulation des armes aggrave la situation aux Etats-Unis"

a talk in French

Une manifestation en hommage à Michael Brown a dégénéré ce dimanche 9 août à Ferguson aux Etats-Unis. La mort de ce jeune homme noir, abattu par un policier blanc, avait déclenché il y a un an une vague d'émeutes, dénonçant les violences policières contre les Afro-américains. Quel bilan, un an après? L'historien spécialiste des Etats-Unis est l'invité de Pierre Weill.
http://www.franceinter.fr/emission-le-79-andre-kaspi-il-y-a-une-confusion-entre-population-noire-et-pauvre

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13:01 min 21. June 2012

Ecce Homo - Short Film

a narrative film in French

Lording Road and Shooting Star Productions present A short film by Jean-Bernard Tate written by Jean-Bernard Tate and Jean-Luc Priane Story by Jean-Bernard Tate Starring Romain Rondeau, Beppe Chierici and Eric Thomas Cinematography by Boris Abaza Edited by Fred Barbe Sound by Ricardo Castro Original music by Pierre Estève Directed and produced by Jean-Bernard Tate Co-produced by Patricia Ruscito.

Synopsis : A man, too oppressed by his everyday life as a supermarket supervisor, flees his workplace and finds himself suddenly in a swimming pool. He will meet a very strange guard who will take his unconscious...

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