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The Adventures of Felix

The Adventures of Felix

A Feature film by Olivier Ducastel, Jacques Martineau

Produced by Les Films Pelléas

Release in France : 19/04/2000


    Felix lives in Dieppe with Daniel.
    A combination of circumstances allows him to carry out a longstanding plan: go to Marseille and meet the father he's never known.
    But Felix is a little bit romantic and rather than go by railroad, he'll go by foot or thumbing rides. The beauty of blossoming spring and charms of chance encounters on the road quickly distract him from his path.
    He'd set out to meet his real father, but along the way he creates an ideal family: a little brother, grandmother, cousin, sister…

    Actors (19)

    Production and distribution (4)

    Executive Producer :

    Les Films Pelléas

    Film exports/foreign sales :

    Pyramide International

    Co-productions :

    Pyramide Productions, Arte France Cinéma

    French distribution :

    Pyramide Distribution

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    International releases (12)

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    “Funny Felix” at the Yokohama festival: coming back to Yokohama a second time really changes things. Not only are you familiar with the ceremony surrounding the screenings, but you see some of the same critics and even spectators. It’s moving and surprising when people hand us photos of the presentation of “Jeanne” in 1998, it’s flattering when Japanese critics ask questions about the development of our career, about the connection between our two films, and our plans for the future. A long way from Paris, yet movie buffs know and are interested in what we’re doing. Thanks to the festival, Japan is no longer a foreign land to us.

    Jacques Martineau et Olivier Ducastel, Directors

    Full credits (18)

    Executive Producer :

    Philippe Martin

    Co-producer :

    Fabienne Vonier

    Sound Recordist :

    Jean-Jacques Ferran

    Production Manager :

    Christian Paumier

    Editor :

    Sabine Mamou

    Assistant editor :

    Caroline Coudin

    Production Designers :

    Louis Soubrier, Laurent Baude, Yacine Ouagnouni, Sandrine Jarron

    Costume designer :

    Juliette Chanaud

    Still photographers :

    Moune Jamet, Nathalie Eno

    Screenwriters :

    Jacques Martineau, Olivier Ducastel

    Director of Photography :

    Matthieu Poirot-Delpech

    Assistant Operators :

    Claire Caroff, Nicolas Pernot

    Press Attaché (film) :

    Marie-Christine Damiens

    Sound Editor :

    Waldir Xavier

    Continuity supervisor :

    Claudia Neubern

    Casting :

    Antoinette Boulat

    Sound mixers :

    Olivier Dô Hûu, Jean-Pierre Laforce

    Location managers :

    Olivier Guerbois, Ludovic Leiba

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    Feature film

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    France (100.0%)

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    100% French (France)

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    Runtime :

    1 h 37 min

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    Dolby SR

    Posters (2)

    Directors (2)

    News (2)

    Festival Selections (10)

    Istanbul Film Festival - 2001

    Istanbul Film Festival (Turkey , 2001)



    Göteborg Film Festival - 2001

    Göteborg Film Festival (Sweden, 2001)


    Films selected

    Melbourne International Film Festival - 2000

    Melbourne International Film Festival (Australia, 2000)


    French films selected

    Sydney - Film Festival - 2000

    Sydney - Film Festival (Australia, 2000)


    Official Competition


    Berlin International Film Festival - 2000

    Berlin International Film Festival (Germany, 2000)


    Teddy Award - Best Documentary