In partnership with Films en Bretagne and the CNC. Speakers: Anaïs Bertrand, Insolence Production (see Pitch Dating summary page), Wim Vanacker from NISI MASA (Young European Cinema), Pitch Dating Europe coordinator, Thomas Guentch and Brewenn Hellec, Les Films de l’Heure Bleue (see Pitch Dating summary page), Aziza Kaddour, Centre National de la Cinématographie (National Center for Cinema and the Moving Image)
Producer, editor and distributor at Capprici Films. Founder of So Films, a monthly magazine. He was also a writer at Cahiers du Cinéma and editor-in-chief for cahiersducinema.com.
Screenwriter associated with Julien Carbon and an Asian cinema enthusiast. In 1996, they sold their first script to the director Tsui Hark. They worked for Film Workshop as screenwriters and developed dozens of scripts there. In 1988, they had a huge success with Running of Time by Johnnie To. They are assistant writers for multiple works by Wong Kar-wai, such as In the Mood for Love.
Carlo de Boutiny
A screenwriter who has developed numerous short and feature-length films for Jan Kounen (Vibroboy , Gisèle Kérozène, Le Dernier Chaperon Rouge, Blueberry, Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky), as well as for Marc Caro, Albert Dupontel, Philippe Decouflé, etc. He also wrote the literary bibles for animated series, as well as two documentaries.
Coordinated by Studio Kerozen
Studio Kerozen has been producing the posters for Court Métrange for the past nine years. Learn about the design process and the digital techniques employed in their creation.
Benjamin Leroy presents a meeting with the English director, writer and artist Robert Morgan. Known for his short films “Cat with Hands” and “Bobby Yeah” (presented in the carte blanche viewing Make It Short on Saturday, October 22nd at 9 p.m.), the artist will talk to us about his work and the Stop Motion FX technique that he uses in his films.