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Courts-Bouillon

Courts-Bouillon 6

Un Jour – Des Courts – Le Meilleur

Samedi 8 octobre 2011 à Rousset

 

Programmation

 

14h00

Séance 1

 

Cigarette Candy de Lauren Wolkstein // Etats-Unis // 2009 // 14'               
Le jeune soldat Eddie Van Buren est obligé de jouer le rôle du "héros" lors d'une petite fête organisée à l’occasion de son retour au pays.

 

Le Syndrome du Timide de Pierre-Axel Vuillaume-Prézeau // France // 2010 // 6'

Il apparaissait nécessaire d'offrir pour la première fois, et aux yeux de tous, une véritable étude du syndrome du Timide.

 

Notes on the other de Sergio Oksman // Espagne // 2009 // Documentaire // 13'

Une foule de sosies d’Hemingway afflue en Floride pour élire « l’Hemingway authentique ». En 1924, Hemingway lui-même avait désiré être un autre.

 

Aglaée de Rudi Rosenberg // France // 2010 // 20'

Dans la cour du collège, Benoît perd un pari contre ses copains. Son gage : proposer à Aglaée, une élève handicapée, de sortir avec lui.

 

Vers le Nord de Youssef Chebbi // Tunisie // 2010 // 16'

En pleine nuit noire, sur une plage, Mehdi et Nito, deux passeurs de clandestins, s'apprêtent à conclure un deal avec une mafia albanaise.

 

Paris Shanghaï de Thomas Cailley // France // 2010 // 25'

Alors qu'il commence un périple de 20000 km à vélo, Manu croise la route de Victor, un adolescent perdu.

 

 

16h00 Séance spéciale animation           
> séance accessible à toute la famille          

Séance spéciale animation par la prestigieuse école des Gobelins qui forme depuis 30 ans les talents de demain. C'est le département Cinéma d'Animation, fondé en 1975 par Pierre Ayma, qui fit pour beaucoup la notoriété de l'établissement. Celui-ci a formé des animateurs qui ont trouvé leur place au sein de studios comme Disney, Universal, Pixar, Dreamworks ou Warner Bros.

 

Les  formations dispensées par les Gobelins à Paris et Annecy sont donc devenues des références dans le secteur du cinéma d'animation, aussi bien d’animation traditionnelle que d’animation numérique. Les courts-métrages réalisés par les étudiants durant leur scolarité remportent chaque année de nombreux prix dans les festivals internationaux.

 

 

Sélection de 60 minutes des meilleurs films des Gobelins :

Jurannessic (2002) - Chaperon Rouge (1993) - Le goûter (2003) - Le building (2005) - Burning Safari (2006) - Cocotte minute (2006) - Pyrats (2006) -  Anima Facta Est (2007) - La ballade sauvage (2008) - Garuda (2008) - Dodudindon (2009) Fenrir (2009) - Monstera Deliciosa (2009) - Soapy Trip (2010) - Chaman (2010) - Red River Bay (2010) - Junk space (2010) - La migration bigoudenne (2004) - Après la pluie (2008) - Blind spot (2007) -  Oktapodi (2007) - Le ruban (2009) - Inka Bola (2009) -  Le phare (2009) - Le royaume (2010) - Jean-Luc (2010) - Smoke my Christmas (2010) - Trois petits points (2010) - For sock's sake (2008)

 

 

17h00 Rencontre avec un réalisateur de l’école des Gobelins

18h00 Séance 3


Los minutos, las horas de Janaina Marques // Cubas Brésil // 2009 // 11'

Yoli a toujours vécu avec sa mère, dans un quartier pauvre de La Havane. Un jour, un homme l'invite à un rendez-vous.

 

Suiker de Jeroen Annokkeé // Pays-Bas // 2010 // 8'

Klaasje, la voisine de Bert, sonne à sa porte, légèrement vêtue, pour lui emprunter un pot de sucre ...

 

The lost thing de Shaun Tan et Andrew Ruhemann // Australie //2010 // Animation // 15'

Un jeune garçon trouve une étrange créature sur la plage et décide de la ramener chez lui.

 

La Fille de l'homme de Manuel Schapira // France // 2010 // 10'

Un soir alors que son bébé est en pleur, un père décide de le sortir ...

 

L'accordeur d'Olivier Treiner // France // 2010 // 13'

Adrien s'est effondré psychologiquement après avoir échoué à un concours de renom et travaille désormais comme accordeur de piano.

 

Checkpoint de Ruben Amar // France // 2010 // 19'

Suleiman, un jeune palestinien de onze ans, vit dans un petit village de la bande de Gaza. Comme tous les mois, il accompagne son père sur les ruines d'un village détruit.

 

Catharsis de Cédric Prevost // France // 2010 // 18'

Un aspirant réalisateur, rongé par le désir inassouvi de tourner, se réveille à l'intérieur d'un film.

 

 

19h40  Interlude musical  
par DJ Paul Kersey - Mix de musiques de films
Possibilité de se restaurer sur place.

 

20h30 Séance 4

 

Babel d'Hendrick Dusollier // France // 2010 // 15'

Depuis les montagnes célestes jusqu'au sommet des tours de Shanghai, deux jeunes paysans quittent leur village pour rejoindre la mégapole.

 

Y a basta ! de Gustave Kervern et Sébastien Rost // France // 2010 // 11'

Un  centre spécialisé va fermer ses portes. Des handicapés mentaux, aidés par leurs éducateurs, vont, dès lors, prendre leur destin en main !

 

Le piano de Lévon Minasian // France Arménie // 2011 // 26'

Pour se préparer à un concours international, le Ministère de la Culture met à la disposition de Loussiné, petite orpheline un superbe piano.

 

Khouya de Yanis Koussim // Algérie // 2010 // 15'

Au sein d'un intérieur algérien ordinaire, le frère bat ses sœurs, la mère laisse faire.

 

El empleo de Santiago Bou Grasso // Argentine // 2008 // 6'

Un homme, en chemin vers le travail, est plongé dans un monde où l’utilisation de gens en tant qu’objets fait partie du quotidien.

 

Je pourrais être votre grand-mère de Bernard Tanguy // France // 2010 // 19'

Un jeune avocat d'affaires trouve que la vieille SDF roumaine en bas de chez lui ressemble à sa grand-mère. Une nuit, il lui fabrique une pancarte en carton. 

Deux inconnus de Christopher Radclif et Lauren Wolkstein // France // 2011 // 16'

Un homme et un jeune adolescent marchent le long d'une route de campagne. Alors qu'ils s'invitent dans la piscine d'un motel isolé, ils sont pris au dépourvu par la jeune réceptionniste.

 

Pot de clôture offert

Mix de musiques de films : Paul Kersey, qui anime l’émission "Paul's Boutique" sur Radio Monaco. Velouté Courts-Bouillon offert après la séance.

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Thessaloniki is ready to open...film, guests, no snow

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.............                                                      WELCOME TO OUR NEWSLETTER N° 466: may 24, 2010 Follow this LINK if you cannot read the newsletter properly The Future of Cinema Salon in Cannes gave a toast to Future of Festivals Filmfestivals.com and Xomo gathered 100 festival directors attending Cannes for a wine tasting reception. Our Cannes...

Making Fuck Off by Fred Poulet joins the Official Selection

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Making Fuck Off by Fred Poulet is joining the Official Selection

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It will be presented in Special Screening on May, 21th at 21pm in the Buñuel theatre. Macking Fuck off is a super 8 mm documentary about the shooting of Mammuth. Directed by Benoit Delépine and Gustave Kervern, Mammuth which released in France last April 21st stars Gérard Depardieu, Isabelle Adjani, Anna Mouglalis and Yolande Moreau.Fred Poulet, whose first work was Subsitute in 2006, says about his last film: “One day, I went to see « Aaltra » in a theatre, I was afraid to look at a thu...

Unifrance takes French films around the world: January 2009

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A review of French films at festivals (selections, awards) and funding support for commercial release in January 2009. Festivals: delegations, selections, and awards (feature films) Unifrance’s 11th Rendez-Vous with French Cinema in Paris In keeping with its annual tradition, Unifrance welcomed this year 420 distributors from 45 countries, 34 French sales companies, 140 journalists from 25 countries, and around 100 artists at the Rendez-Vous event held in Paris over four days...

Unifrance takes French films around the world: December 2008

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A review of French films at festivals (selections, awards) and funding support for commercial release in December 2008.   Festivals: delegations, selections, and awards (feature films) Unifrance accompanied French artists attending the following 5 film festivals: The 2008 Beirut International Film Festival, the 2008 French Cinepanorama in Hong Kong, the 2008 Jakarta International Film Festival, the 2008 French Cinema Today Festival in Russia, and the 2008 Dubai Int...

San Sebastian Awards

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Turkish female filmmaker Yeşim Ustaoğlu's latest feature "Pandora'nın Kutusu" (Pandora's Box) won the Golden Shell for Best Film at Spain's San Sebastian Film Festival, which wrapped up its 56th edition Saturday. French actress Tsilla Chelton has also received one of two best actress awards for her role as Nusret in "Pandora's Box,". Iranian filmmaker Samira Makhmalbaf's Two-Legged Horse has won the Special Jury Prize of the San Sebastian International Film Festival. ...

San Sebastian awards

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Turkish female filmmaker Yeşim Ustaoğlu's latest feature "Pandora'nın Kutusu" (Pandora's Box) won the Golden Shell for Best Film at Spain's San Sebastian Film Festival, which wrapped up its 56th edition Saturday. French actress Tsilla Chelton has also received one of two best actress awards for her role as Nusret in "Pandora's Box,". Iranian filmmaker Samira Makhmalbaf's Two-Legged Horse has won the Special Jury Prize of the San Sebastian International Film Festival. ...

‘Pandora’s Box’ nailed highest award in San Sebastian

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Antonio Banderas, Richard Eyre, Woody Allen, Javier Bardem and Rebecca Hall will be walking along it on the opening dayThe carpet that the stars at the forthcoming San Sebastián Festival will be walking along will be fuchsia, which is the predominant colour this year in the Festival’s image.The fuchsia carpet is 90 metres long in the route it follows along the Paseo de la Zurriola leading up to the door of the Kursaal, and 40 metres long outside the Victoria Eugenia.The team that has made th...

The Brussels European Film Festival Awards

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Fipresci prizes at recent festival

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London closes the curtain on most successful Fest yet

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KVIFF 04 ambiance

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Transilvania Fest awards

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Peak at Brussels fest program

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Rotterdam audience award to La Meglio Gioventu

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