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SATURDAY 28 JUNE, 4.00PM CINEMA 2

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'Still More': Barbara Malleville, Benoit Guillaume

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 #1: Wed 25 June, 8.00pm
> 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


Dip N' Dance
Hugo Cierzniak
Kawanimation
France, 6'15, 2013 (NL)
One man’s robotic nirvana quickly turns into a death trap when one drop of water goes astray. Pity he’s in the bathroom when it happens. The screaming has only just begun.

Still More Changes
Barbara Malleville, Benoit Guillaume
Lardux
France, 10'00, 2013 (SL)
In the midst of a journey to recover and reconnect with his disconnected head, a man discovers he may be wiser and more flexible without it.

Professor Kliq Wire And Flashing Lights
Victor Haegelin
Partizan
France, 1’37, 2013 (NL)
Follow the crazy walk of the wired man inhabited by Professor Kliq's music. You won’t believe your eyes.

Mouk - Wallabies Rock
Francois Narboux
Millimages
France, 11'00, 2013 (SL)
Probably France’s single most successful international animated TV program for kids, “Mouk” is an international phenomenon. And this episode from the latest series is set in Australia (kind of).

Walking Grainy
Francois Vogel
Onyx
France, 2'20, 2013 (SL)
Vogel has pioneered and perfected a highly unusual style of bending the very world he captures. This time he turns his lens to the Monmatre, the perfect film for our Paris series.

The Crumpets
Eric Nagrangeas
4.21 Productions
France, 13'00, 2013 (SL)
Fast, furious and pretty crazy. The Crumpets are a family never short of dramas. This time, it’s the new pet crocodile, Renato - and Mum’s fallopians, some chicken throttling and a Latin cat serenade.

Mr Lune
Julien Seze
Miyu
France, 4’44, 2014 (NL)
Life is lonely for the little man on the moon and a clever distress call only brings with the risk of attracting oblivion.
Leaving
Joanna Lurie
Lardux
France, 3'00, 2012 (NL)
Street art animation. A story of two creatures who adventure together along buildings and beyond, where each animation frame is drawn on a different wall in the city.
The Wanderer Of St Marcel
Rony Hotin
Mezzanine
France, 8'04, 2012 (NL)
Every night, long after the metro has closed, a happy homeless minstrel brings magic to the underground world he lives in.

La Bete
Vladimir Mavounia-Kouka
Autour de Minuit
France, 8'00, 2013 (NL)
In the shifting shadows deep in a foreboding forest, a woman’s very soul becomes the quarry for the monster the trees camouflage and conceal.


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