La-bete

The Beast

Directed by Filippo Meneghetti

A village far away in time and land. Nearby, in a forest thought to be haunted, a child falls into a pit. His grandfather, an old and nearly blind shepherd, tries to convince the villagers to go rescue him, facing the darkness of the night and their fears…

  • Fiction 22'
  • OCS
  • Filippo Meneghetti
  • Aurélien Marra
  • Erwan Le Floch
  • Sophie Porteu
  • Mathilde Badoul
  • Samuel Mittelman
  • Michele Menini
  • Ronan Tronchot
  • Jakez Andre, Loann Lavaux, Stéphanie Coquillon, Tangi Daniel, Loic Jadé, Igor Kovalsky, Geneviève Le Meur Paul Madec, Yvonne Simon, Tenenan Bleunven, Hermance Chaine, David Guillemois, Caroline Nivard
La-Femme-Affaires

The Businesswoman

Written and Directed by Damien Gault

Sonia, a young woman of 35, decides to stay home and do nothing. Meddling by those close to her changes nothing. Sonia smiles. She’s happy like this.

The Business Woman is Damien Gault’s second short after Footing (18′, 2013) which was selected in a number of festivals, particularly the Clermont Ferrand Film Festival and the FIFF Namur, and won several prizes: the Grand Prix du festival Premiers Plans d’Angers, the Grand Prize of the Chéries Chéris Festival Paris, La Normandie Scénario Prize and Le Monde de l’Art; also funded by Unifrance, in 2013 it won the CNC quality prize.

  • 2016
  • Short film 30'
  • Damien Gault
  • Damien Gault
  • Rebecca Finet
  • Noé Bach
  • Marine Le Guyennan et Léa Hamdaoui
  • Jean-Charles Bastion
  • Guillaume Feuillet, Camille Taver
  • Cécile Nicouleaud
  • Agnès Ramy, BernadetteLe Saché, Pierre Diot, érôme Bruno
Le-monde-qui-nous-perd

The World that looses us

Written and directed by Alexandra Badea

Bruno is in prison, waiting to be sentenced. He participates in a poetry workshop, thanks to which he discovers another aspect of himself and breaks free of his burdens. But everything is thrown into disarray for him when he finds out that his poetry is going to be used as evidence against him during his trial.

  • 2015
  • Short film – 25′
  • Alexandra Badea
  • Sorin Dorian Dragoi
  • Alexandre Synadinos
  • Florencia Gil
  • Paul Jousselin
  • Grand Corps Malade
  • Alina Teodorescu
  • PICTANOVO – PROCIREP – ANGOA – Le Fresnoy
  • Martin Pautard, Gérard Watkins, Patrick Azam, Corentin Koskas, Faustine Tournan, Magdalena Mathieu, Liova Jedlicki, Philippe Potier
Prizes and awards

Festival Jean Carmet 2015 à Moulins : Meilleur jeune espoir masculin (Prix du Jury)
Festival International du Court Métrage du Grand Troyes 2016 : Meilleur court métrage français

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Leftover

Written and Directed by Tibor Bánóczki & Sarolta Szabó

A man sentenced to death, an old widow, an amorous hunter, a Machiavellian window cleaner, a captive female cook, a young anorexic girl… Each of these characters has a fascinating history that is told through their relationship to food, which is informative as to their relationships with other people and the world around them. For different reasons, voluntary or imposed, they eat alone.

  • 2014
  • Fiction animation 14'
  • Tibor Bánóczki & Sarolta Szabó
  • Frédérique Liebaut
  • Tito De Pinho
  • Chris White
  • Camille Guyot
  • Tibor Bánóczki & Sarolta Szabó
  • Jerry di Giacomo, Odile Cohen, Mathieu Saccucci, Marie Sohna Conde, Olga Abrigo, Steve Gadler
  • Hugo Bravo, Marie Vieillevie, Guillaume Lorin
  • Laszlo Fazekas
Prizes and awards

Présélection aux Césars 2016 dans la catégorie Courts métrages d’animation 

Festival international de l’animation Anim’est 2015 de Bucarest : Prix du meilleur court métrage :
Festival de Clermont-Ferrand 2015 : Prix de la diversité

Zero-m2

Zéro m2

Directed by Matthieu Landour

After many unsuccessful research, Paul is suddenly given a decent flat for an even decent rent. There’s just something fishy about that, no doubt…

  • 2014
  • Short film 18′
  • Matthieu Landour
  • Matthieu Landour, Nicolas Bovorasmy
  • David Subtil
  • Luis Armendo Artenga
  • Erwan Le Floch
  • Line-Laure Godefroid
  • Matthieu Landour
  • Salaud Morisset
  • Canal+
  • Funding from the Procirep, Angoa and the Mairie de Paris
  • Anthony Sonigo, Clémence Ansault, Rudy Mayoute, Silvi Laguna, Majid Berhila Montage : Matthieu Landour
Prizes and awards

Festival Catacumba  2015 : Prix du public et Prix du meilleur acteur pour Anthony Sonigo
Asiana International short film festival 2015 : Rock Award
Festival Eurydice 2015 à Fecamp : Prix de la mise en scène

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Zlatan

Directed by par Pascal Syd & Julien Lacombe

The Web 2.0 comes to the cinema. La Ferme Jérôme, Natoo, Maxime Musqua and Kemar all come together in a zany short.

During a weekend in the mountains, Jérôme, Maxime and Kemar accidentally kill a holidaymaker. Overcome by panic, they decide to keep him with them during their break and pass him off as alive. Natoo, who has accompanied them, doesn’t notice anything. But very quickly, things go terribly wrong …

  • 2013
  • Short film 10′
  • Pascal Syd & Julien Lacombe
  • Pascal Syd, Julien Lacombe, Jérôme Niel, Maxime Musqua, Kemar, Nicolas Bovorasmy
  • François Vigon & Emma Chenet
  • Nicolas Flipo
  • Sophie Visentin
  • Janet Doman
  • Janski Beeeats
  • Richard Riffaud
  • Ciné +, Dailymotion
  • Jérôme Niel, Maxime Musqua, Natoo, Kemar, Helena Noguerra, Eric Caravaca
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Butler, Woman, Man

Directed by Michael Langan

In a castle in the Loire Valley in the middle of the 19th Century, a strange role play unfolds. A woman, a man and a butler seem to endlessly repeat a cycle of scenes where each in turn becomes the other. We try to understand the game rules of this strange ballet.

Who is the actor and who is the character and how many of them are there? Who is male and who is female? Who is the master and who is the servant?

  • 2012
  • Court-métrage - 8'
  • Michael Langan
  • Benjamin Chartier
  • Aurélie Breton
  • Catherine Leloup
  • Tiffany Lyonette
  • Orange Mighty Trio
  • CICLIC
  • Arte
  • Amandine Breheret, Fabrice David, Eric Larzat
Prizes and awards

Slam Dance Festival 2013 : Compétition Officielle

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Yukiko

Directed by Eric Dinkian

Seriously wounded by a mysterious masked woman, a man travels through his own conscience during the last remaining minutes of his life. The present, the past and his imagination become one as he tries to resolve the drama that brought him to this situation.

  • 2010
  • Fiction 15'
  • Eric Dinkian
  • Thomas Robin, Franck Vrignnon
  • Céline Cossard
  • Amandine Bernot
  • Iris Mirnezami
  • Vincent Cosson
  • David Imbault, Vincent Jacq
  • Eric Dinkian, Nicolas Sarkissian
  • Thomas Jouannet
  • Thomas Jouannet, Karin Shibata, Elodie Bouleau, Maud Myers, Sandrine Ah-son, Anoulack,
Prizes and awards

CYIFF (Cyprus) : Prix de la meilleure photographie
Disturb Awards (France) : Prix du meilleur montage & meilleur réalisateur