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Alan Turing, the Code of life

Alan Turing, the Code of life

A Short film by Catherine Bernstein

Produced by Les Films du Poisson

Production year : 2012


An extremely clever  child and brilliant logician, trained at Cambridge, Alan Turing is considered as the father of the computer, famous to have deciphered Enigma, the system of German coding during the Second World War.

Actors (11)

Production and distribution (2)

Executive Producer :

Les Films du Poisson

Co-production :


Photos (2)

Full credits (18)

Executive Producer :

Estelle Fialon

Executive Producer :

Estelle Fialon

Voice :

Didier Gallice, Anthony Ruotte, Benjamin Authier, Samuel Lalor-Ryan, Julian Penney, Cosmo Thaddeus

Production manager :

Claire Babany

Sound Editor :

Olivier Laurent

Production Designer :

Patrick Colpaert

Animation :

Étienne Boguet

Foley artists :

Xavier Thibault, Jean-Luc Cesco, Boulba

Grader :

Paul Champart

Assistant director :

Cécile Guionnet

Screenwriters :

Catherine Bernstein, Nico Di Biase

Director of Photography :

Jérôme Colin

Editor :

Anne Souriau

Assistant Editor :

Denis Parrot

Art Director :

Loïc Marles

Music Composers :

Robert Aiki Aubrey Lowe, Nicolas Becker

Special Effects :

Julien Amigues, Boris Ramonguilhem

Sound mixer :

Anne-Laure François

Technical details

Short film

Genres :

Fiction, Experimental

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Themes :

Inventions, Science and technology, Homosexuality

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Original French-language productions :


Nationality :

100% French (France)

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Runtime :

32 min 27 seconds

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Color type :

Color and Black & White

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Audio format :

Dolby 5.1

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