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October 1961

October 1961

A Short film by Aurel, Florence Corre

Produced by La Fabrique Production

Production year : 2011


On the 17th October 1961, in Paris, five young Algerians and three young Frenchmen were on their way to peacefully demonstrate against the curfew imposed by the Prefect of Police, Maurice Papon. This demonstration was an opportunity for the Algerians to show their need for dignity.
For Malek, the protagonist, it was a sign of hope for his generation in France. Saïd, Malek's mate used the occasion to express his frustration. The three French men demonstrated for a France which respected its republican molto. They all put themselves on the streets of Paris, confident of their human rights.



October 1961

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

La Fabrique Production

Film exports/foreign sales :

L'Agence du court métrage


Animated short film inspired by a real historical fact.

Photos (4)

Full credits (8)

Executive Producer :

Xavier Julliot

Voice :

Abdelkader Bouallaga

Sound editors :

Christophe Boin, Xavier Thibault

Music Composer :

Ibrahim Maalouf

Screenwriter :

Florence Corre

Production manager :

Onna Julliot

Production Designer :


Special Effects :

Romain Strabol

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Animated film

Sub-genre :

Cartoon, 2D & 3D animation, Drama, Historical

Themes :

History, Immigration, Racial discrimination

Production language :

French, Arabic

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Nationality :

100% French (France)

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Runtime :

12 min 18 seconds

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Production formats :

HD - Digital Beta

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