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A Short film by Neïl Beloufa

Produced by Le Fresnoy - Studio National des Arts Contemporains

Production year : 2010

    Synopsis

    A cardboard decoration and photos reconstitutes a luxurious villa of Californian type in Algeria. The inhabitants, neighbors and the other protagonists come there to explain why and how this one would have been occupied by terrorists to hide, while, paradoxically, it is completely glazed. They would have even maintained it to leave no track of their passage. This improbable and insolvent anecdote leads the characters to invent the images of a period mediatized without clichés nor stories by missing the main object

    Production and distribution

    Full credits (8)

    Screenwriter :

    Neïl Beloufa

    Sound Recordist :

    Neïl Beloufa

    Editors :

    Ermanno Corrado, Neïl Beloufa

    Production Designers :

    Florian Fournier, Johnny Brecht

    Director of Photography :

    Guillaume Le Grontec

    Production Manager :

    Frédéric Papon

    Sound Editor :

    Jérémy Morelle

    Sound Mixer :

    Grégoire Bourdeuil

    Technical details

    Short film

    Genres :

    Fiction

    Sub-genre :

    Auteur documentary, Fairy tale, Video art

    Themes :

    Art, Politics, Legends, Architecture, Intrigue

    Production language :

    French, Algerian

    Production country :

    France

    Original French-language productions :

    Unknown

    Nationality :

    100% French (France)

    Production year :

    2010

    Runtime :

    15 min

    Visa number :

    129.405

    Production formats :

    HD

    Color type :

    Color

    Rating restrictions :

    None

    Director

    Festival Selections (4)

    Awards

    International Short Film Festival Oberhausen - 2011

    International Short Film Festival Oberhausen (Germany, 2011)

    Awards (2)

    City of Oberhausen Grand Prize

    North Rhine-Westphalian Ministry of Culture Prize