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WEDNESDAY 25 JUNE, 8.00PM CINEMA 1

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'The Chant': Ines Sedan

3 Days, 30 Metro tickets, 24 studios, a LOTTA coffee, a pile of films = FOUR big programs (including the Sacrebleu Showcase). Festival Director Malcolm Turner, armed only with a tourist map and a fistful of metro tickets, hit the streets in a mad dash to visit as many Parisian production and distribution studios as possible in just 3 days.

PARIS NEW 1 & NEW 2 explores the best recent releases these studios generously shared with us, in a shout-it-out-loud statement on Paris’ claim to be the animating capital of the world!

PARIS HISTORICAL digs a little deeper to reveal a diverse line-up of films that, each in their own way, either established or put the producing studio on the animation map.

SL: Spoken Language / NL: No language / Sub: Subtitles

 


Also see:
> 3 Days In Paris - NEW #2: Sat 28 June, 4.00pm
> 3 Days In Paris - HISTORICAL: Sun 29 June, 2.45pm
> Sacrebleu Showcase + “3 Days In Paris” Launch: Sun 22 June, 7.30pm
> Animation 102 - Meet the Filmmaker Nadia Macault (France): Tue 24 June, 5.15pm
> BLEND Symposium #1: In Defence Of Rotoscoping - Nadia Micault (France) & Dennis Tupicoff (Aus) Mon 23 June, 6.45pm
> Opening Night Sneak Peek Screening

 

A Quoi Ca Sert L'Amour - Edith Piaf
Louis Clichy
Cube Creative
France, 1'57, 2013 (Sung in French)
It doesn’t get much more Parisian than an elegantly rendered music video of a classic Edith Piaf song.

Palmipedarium
Jeremy Clapin
Papy3D
France, 10'14, 2012 (NL)
Decoys come in all shapes and sizes. And some of them interpret their job descriptions in remarkably idiosyncratic ways.

Joueur De Citernes
Emmanuel Gorinstein
Onyx
France, 10'17, 2010 (NL)
A lone violinist playing from the rooftops of an empty city brings an unusual army to life and begins an equally unusual parade.

5 Metres 80
Nicolas Deveaux
Cube Creative
France, 5'24, 2013 (NL)
If you ever thought giraffes couldn’t do fancy tricks take a good look at this troupe of graceful, long legged beauties. You won’t believe your eyes – and neither will your kids!

Maman
Ugo Bienvenu, Kevin Manach
Miyu
France, 5'04, 2013 (NL)
Ah, the (not so) silent scream. All is far from OK in this slowly building familial pressure cooker. Tick, tick, tick...

Batz
Max Meleo, Aurelien Predal
Kawanimation
France, 6'50, 2013 (NL)
A wild and crazed high speed romp following a couple of bats that sustain the kind of physical damage that only animated characters can limp away from.

Reflection
Yoshimichi Tamura
Planktoon
France, 5'16, 2012 (NL)
The most dangerous reflections are the ones that look like us but act like they’ve been hard wired into darker corners of our imagination.
Lowdi
CRCR
France, 0'49, 2013 (NL)
An uber stylish ad for Lowdi wireless speakers, from one of the hippest young animation studios in the city.
Deezer
CRCR
France, 0'32, 2012 (NL)
A veritable animation avalanche, a tumble dryer of imagery, 30-mindblowing-seconds.
The Souvenirs
Renaud Martin
Blue Spirit
France, 8'21, 2012 (NL)
One season slowly morphs into the next as the world continues to turn, but the transitions leave behind their own subtle mementoes.
La Ravaudeuse
Simon Filliot
La Femis
France, 5'35, 2012 (NL)
Sometimes every option is a bad one, each coming with its own invoice of prices to be paid down the line.

The Chant
Ines Sedan
Les films de l'Arlequin
France, 8'00, 2013 (NL)
An exquisitely textural film that floats its audience through the contoured estuaries of emotions that unite and divide a couple existing in uneasy coalescence.


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