France Tag Archive

CORPS: À CORPS

Animation, Asides, Music

9th April, 2019

Temple Caché director Yoann Stehr takes a cut out motion graphics trip into the 70s land of better homes and lurking sexual desires in 'À CORPS'.

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Watch #FiveFilms4Freedom 2019 – A Global Digital LGBTQ+ Online Film Festival

Asides, Film Festival

26th March, 2019

The British Council & BFI Flare Festival bring back their global, digital LGBTQ+ online film festival #FiveFilms4Freedom for another year of great shorts.

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The Deep End

Animation, Asides

18th March, 2019

Elise Augarten’s The Deep End is the charming hand-drawn story of a little girl who gets lost between the locker room and the deep end of a swimming pool.

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Born Randomly on the Parisian Metro Kadavre Exquis Joins Us to Discuss Eclectic Animated Short ‘.MP4’

Animation

1st March, 2019

Kadavre Exquis returns to Directors Notes for the first time in almost five years to discuss his eccentric pixel animation short film '.MP4'.

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Caravan Palace: Miracle

Asides, Music

1st March, 2019

A conquistador encounters a hidden female civilization where men are but a functional cog in their hyper evolved plans in Double Ninja's 'Miracle'.

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The Mano: The Burning of Wooden Engraved Plates

Animation, Asides

27th February, 2019

Adolpho Avril’s 'The Mano: The Burning of Wooden Engraved Plates' provides a discordant expression of the outsider artist’s obsessive universe.

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Le Cerf-Voliste

Animation

22nd February, 2019

ASA students Lucie Andouche & Cécile Despretz present this succinct, sombre & colourful short about the relationship between a boy, a girl & their kites.

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A Woman Fights Against the Subjugation of a Strange Religious Cult in Thomas Vernay’s ‘Fantome X’

Music

5th February, 2019

DN talks to Thomas Vernay about creating a folk horror wrapped sci-fi music video addressing female subjugation for Scratch Massive’s 'Fantome X'.

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We Need to Talk About Cosmos

Animation, Asides

28th January, 2019

An astronaut recounts the daily difficulties of life in space compared to here on earth in Raphaël Bluzet’s animation 'We Need to Talk About Cosmos'.

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Underwater Dancer Julie Gautier Goes in Search of What’s Hidden in Shern Sharma’s Lyrical Documentary ‘Xibalba’

Art & Fashion, Documentary

6th December, 2018

Shern Sharma joins us to discuss besting the challenges of underwater filming and Mexico's weather for his lyrical Julie Gautier documentary 'Xibalba'.

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NON !

Animation, Asides

28th November, 2018

Le DMA Cinéma d’Animation student Louis Fourel goes in search of the spark of creativity in his beguiling end of year film NON !

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DN364: Philippe Faucon Contemplates the Loneliness of Economic Migration in French Drama ‘Amin’

Film Festival, Live Action, Podcasts

23rd November, 2018

Philippe Faucon discusses the integral role non-actors played in bringing authenticity to his story of economic separation and loneliness, 'Amin'.

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