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SUNDAY 29 JUNE, 2.45PM CINEMA 2

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'Lonely Dogs': Remi Bastie, Nicolas Dehghani, Jonathan Djob Nkondo, Paul Lacolley, Kevin Manach, Nicolas Pegon, Jeremy Pires

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 wonderfully eclectic collection of defining films that either launched the studios they came from or put them on the map and made the world sit up and take notice.

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 - NEW #2: Sat 28 June, 4.00pm
> 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

 

The Crab's Revolution
Arthur de Pins
Metronomic
France, 5'05, 2004 (Sub)
A true classic, one of the most popular animated short films ever! For every crab problem there is a crab solution - even if it isn’t straight out in front of you.

Cafe Allonge
Maxime Paccalet, Pierre Razetto, Dimitri Cohen-Tanugi
Kawanimation
France, 6'40, 2009 (NL)
Gerbils, exploding toilets and roiling pastiche of psychedelic fantasies intersect in a quiet Parisian cafe the moment a beautiful woman walks through the door.

Clinic
Alexander Budnov
Millimages
France, 14'19, 1993 (NL)
A cornucopia of nightmarish medical misadventures infect the mind of a man who probably needs a different kind of help than what is on offer at this clinic.

Maaz
Christian Volckman
Onyx
France, 8'37, 1999 (NL)
An elegantly stylish example of digital hybrid animation years ahead of its time, from the filmmaker that went on to make the animated cult feature “Renaissance”.

The Skeleton Woman
Sarah Van Den Boom
Papy3D
France, 9'00, 2009 (Sub)
A majestic peace exists below the surface of calm waters and the simple domestic chaos of everyday life.

Jean-Francois
Tom Haugomat, Bruno Mangyoku
Cube Creative
France, 5'46, 2009 (NL)
Size counts. It’s not the only thing that matters but it makes a difference. But every advantage comes with a cost.

Do Penguins Fly
Alban Lelievre
Planktoon
France, 2'16, 2006 (NL)
Well, maybe. But you need proof. And getting proof takes patience and luck - both of which seem to be in short supply on this expedition.
Lonely Dogs
Remi Bastie, Nicolas Dehghani, Jonathan Djob Nkondo, Paul Lacolley, Kevin Manach, Nicolas Pegon, Jeremy Pires
CRCR
France, 6'31, 2010 (Sub + SL)
The metallic labyrinth of an oil rig is no place for delusions, drunks or dogs that may not actually exist.
Le Balayeur
Serge Elissalde
Les films de l'Arlequin
France, 4'04, 1990 (NL)
A masterclass in drawn animation from one of France’s finest contemporary animators. A simple tale of a street sweeper who finds the ultimate answer to his main workday problem.

Au Premier Dimanche d'Aout
Florence Miailhe
Les films de l'Arlequin
France, 10'40, 2000 (NL)
A gloriously depicted autumnal evening in a busy country village by one of the world’s finest ‘under-camera’ animators.


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