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Against my will

Valérie, a successful woman, happy in her couple, has left her consulting firm to open a very popular restaurant. Unfortunately, her life is suddenly turned upside down when the second lockdown of the French population was announced. At the end of her rope, psychologically exhausted and financially weakened, Valérie is now on the edge of the precipice. With no lifeline on the horizon and as she retreats into herself, she slowly succumbs to an insidious addiction much to the dismay of those close to her.

Type: short narrative
Genre: drama
Starring: Lydie Misiek and Simon Gagnage
Runtime: 28 minutes 29 seconds
Theater Premiere: 2021-04-16
Release date: Soon
Language: French
Shooting format: digital (4K)
Aspect ratio: 2.39
IMDb page: Against my will on IMDb
Allociné page: Against my will on Allociné
News & Reviews: Film Daily - 1st Monthly FF - Audience Feedback - Interview
Original score: Composed by Arthur Doué
Watch: Teaser 1


Festivals and Awards:
Best Drama, Best Producer Finalist, Best Screenplay Finalist and Best Soundtrack Finalist - Golden Short Film Festival
Best Actress - Montreal Independent Film Festival
Best Original Score - Vesuvius International Film Fest
Best Drama, Best Actress, Best Short Film Finalist and Best Movie Poster Finalist - Oniros Film Awards
Honorable Mention for Best Actress - RED Movie Awards
Best Actress and Best Actor - Best Film Awards
Best Foreign Short - Hollywood Boulevard Film Festival
Best Actress and Best Movie Poster - New Jersey Film Awards
Best Drama and Best Editing - Paris Film Festival
Best Actress and Honorable Mention for Best Short Film - Toronto Monthly Film Awards
Best Editing - Europe Film Festival U.K
Best Realistic Film - Reale Film Festival
ARFF Audience Award - Around International Film Festival - Paris
Best Short Film, Best Actress, Best Actor, Best Original Screenplay, Best Cinematography, Best Production, Best Sound Design, Best Editing, Best Poster and Best Trailer - 1st Monthly FIlm Festival
Best Short Film - Berlin Flash Film Festival
Official Selection - Rome Independent Prisma Awards
Official Selection and Best Actress and Best Director nominations - BARCIFF • Barcelona Indie Filmmakers Festival
Best Acting - London International Monthly Film Festival
Honorable Mention for Best Actress - Florence Film Awards
Best Actress and Honorable Mention for Best Indie Short Film - New York Movie Awards
Best Short Film, Best Director, Best Producer, Best Actress, Best Cinematography, Best Original Score, 2nd Best Original Screenplay, 2nd Best Editing, 2nd Best Sound Design - Milan Gold Awards
Best Actress and Best Drama - Stockholm City Film Festival
Honorable Mention for Thriller Screenplay - Košice International Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection and Finalist - Prague International Monthly Film Festival
Best Drama - European Cinematography AWARDS (ECA)
Best Actress - Bristol International Film Festival
Best Actress Winner, Best International Short Film Nominee and Best Sound Nominee - Screen Power Film Festival
Official Selection - Auber International Film Festival
Best Short Film - WILDsound FEEDBACK Film Festival
Official Selection - SHORT to the Point
Official Selection - Global Indie Film Fest
Best Original Score Winner and Best Actress Nominee - Bucharest ShortCut Cinefest
Best Original Score - Varese International Film Festival
Official Selection - Indigo Moon Film Festival

Realistic

A young woman recounts the success story that embellishes her social, family and professional life thanks to the conquering spirit born of her passion for sport. Unfortunately, she can't seem to fill the enormous void she feels in her life that darkens her heart.

Type: short narrative
Genre: drama
Starring: Charlotte Ysnel and Ariane Louis
Runtime: 2 minutes 19 seconds
Release date: 2021-02-24
Language: French
Shooting format: digital (4K)
Aspect ratio: 2.39
IMDb page: Realistic on IMDb
Watch: Youtube (4K) - Nikon Film Festival
Behind the scenes: Long version - Short version


Festivals and Awards:
Official Selection and Finalist (Super Short Film) - Košice International Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection (Best Actress) - Golden Short Film Festival
Official Selection and Best Poster - Prague International Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection and Finalist - Lisbon Film Rendezvous
Best Director and Best Poster - Vesuvius International Monthly Film Fest
Official Selection - SHORT to the Point
Best Editing - Europe Film Festival U.K
Best Super Short Film, Best Actress Short Film, Best Poster - 1st Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection - Direct Monthly Online Film Festival
Official Selection - Valencia Indie Film Festival
Official Selection - The Lift-Off Sessions
Honorable Mention - London International Monthly Film Festival
Honorable Mention - Screen Power Film Festival
Official Selection - Shorted
Outstanding Achievement Award - Berlin Flash Film Festival
Official Selection - Toronto Film Magazine Fest
Official Selection and Semifinalist - Eurasia International Monthly Film Festival
Best Actress, Best Actress Short Film, Best Actress Drama Film, Best Supporting Actress Indie Short Film - Best Female Actress Award
Official Selection and Semifinalist - Lonely Wolf: London International Film Festival
Official Selection - VERMIOSE Film Festival
2nd Best Short Film - Varese International Film Festival
Best Editing - Thessaloniki Free Short Festival
Best International Thriller - Alternative Film Festival

8 Loops

Chloe is a young woman suffering from amnesia and going crazy about it. She meets a psychiatrist to tell him about her problems. This gets out of hand when she explains having visions of the future.

Type: short narrative
Genre: thriller
Starring: Charlotte Ysnel and Michael Franco
Runtime: 2 minutes 59 seconds
Completion date: 2020-09-30
Language: French
Shooting format: digital (4K)
Aspect ratio: 2.39
IMDb page: 8 Loops on IMDb
Allociné page: 8 Loops on Allociné
Watch: 8 Loops on Youtube


Festivals and Awards:
Best Movie Poster - Europe Film Festival U.K
Best Actress in Super Short Film - Sweden Film Awards
Best Super Short Film, Best Editing, Best Poster, Special Mention for Best Actress in Short Film - 1st Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection and Finalist - Košice International Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection and Finalist - Prague International Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection (for Best Poster) - Phoenix Monthly Short Film Festival
Official Selection and Finalist - New Cinema - Lisbon Monthly Film Festival
Official Selection and Semifinalist - Best Director Award
Official Selection and Semifinalist - Eurasia International Monthly Film Festival
Best Actor - The Buddha International Film Festival
Official Selection - Inconnu Festival
Official Selection - Onyko Films Awards
Official Selection - Cift Festival of Toronto
Official Selection - Ealing Film Festival
Official Selection - Golden Short Film Festival
Best Micro Short Film, Best Editing - Monthly Indie Shorts
Best Thriller - Montreal Independent Film Festival
Best Amateur Short Film Finalist - Thessaloniki Free Short Festival

Sappho

Sappho is a modern-day poem where a young woman in her late thirties has yet to tell her particularly protective brother that she is in a relationship with one of the closest people in his circle of friends.

Type: short narrative
Genre: drama
Runtime: 5 minutes 44 seconds
Completion date: 2020-08-23
Language: French
Shooting format: digital (4K)
Aspect ratio: 2.39
Watch: Sappho on Youtube

L.

Lucie is a young woman whose life has been hectic for some time. She is convinced that her boyfriend is cheating on her.

Type: short narrative
Genre: drama
Runtime: 2 minutes 52 seconds
Completion date: 2020-08-12
Language: French
Shooting format: digital (1080p)
Aspect ratio: 2.40
Watch: L. on Youtube


Festivals and Awards:
Official Selection - Mobile International Film Festival