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SUNDAY 22 JUNE, 7.30PM CINEMA 1

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'Madagascar: A Journal Diary':  Bastien Dubois

This Paris production and distribution studio has produced more than 40 films with nearly 1000 screenings at festivals world.wide Their roster of animators have produced some of the most beautiful, compelling and sought after animated shorts created in recent times.

This program gathers highlights (some on 35mm film prints) from this quiet powerhouse of European animation, and gently but persuasively showcases the extraordinary potential of animation when entrusted to some of the most gifted artists working in the field today.

All part of the 3 Days in Paris programs...
3 Days, 30 Metro tickets, 24 studios, a LOTTA coffee, a pile of films = FOUR big programs. 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.

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
> 3 Days In Paris - HISTORICAL: Sun 29 June, 2.45pm
> 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

 

Imago
Cedric Babouche
France, 11'38, 2005 (NL)
Dream and reality merge across the generations when a young boy wills himself into the skies to fly beside the father he lost to a plane crash many years earlier.

La Loup Blanc
Pierre-Luc Granjon
France, 8'16, 2006 (Sub)
One day a child manages the impossible – to tame a giant white wolf. Life couldn’t be better until one day his father brings home an even stranger, more dangerous creature.

Where Dogs Die
Svetlana Filippova
France, 12'05, 2011 (NL)
A superbly atmospheric sand animation exploring the ultra sixth sense that dogs seem to possess about sadness and death.

My Little Brother From The Moon
Frederic Philibert
France, 6'00, 2008 (Sub)
Sometimes it’s just about perspective. A young girl tries to understand why her autistic brother doesn’t seem to like other kids.

Via Curiel 8
Marra Cerri, Magda Guidi
France, 8’36, 2009 (NL)
Sometimes the scariest doors are the ones you have opened a hundred times and the scariest windows are the ones that anybody can look through.

Moi
Ines Sedan
France, 5'35, 2012 (NL)
A mesmerising and intensely personal meander through the very centre of a man who is trying to understand who and what he is.

The Man Is The Only Bird That Carries His Own Cage
Claude Weiss
France, 12'40, 2008 (NL)
Even in an oddly uniform world of universally caged head people, one man discovers a path out and a new way to live.
Madagascar: A Journal Diary
Bastien Dubois
France, 11'04, 2009 (Sub)
An intriguing animated scrapbook conjured up by Supinfocom alumni Bastien Dubois, cataloguing his journey through Madagascar the best way he knows how – multimedia animation.

The Blue Room
Tomasz Siwinski
France, 14'10, 2014 (Sub)
Trapped in a room with a view, a man must compete with what might be little more than his own fractured memories and dreams for the singular path to freedom.


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