Accueil > News


Courts-metrages - Par le sang : un court métrage réussi en plein Moyen-Age

  • 13 septembre 2018

    Le conte médiéval de Guillaume Enard et Jonathan Delerue, Par le Sang est l’histoire d’un homme qui voit son sombre passé le rattraper au crépuscule de sa vie. Ce court-métrage exceptionnel a été projeté au HollyShorts Film de Los Angeles, festival qualificatif pour les Oscars, après avoir remporté les 4 récompenses majeurs du Woodengate Film Festival, ainsi que les prix du meilleur court-métrage et du meilleur second rôle masculin (Jonas Bloquet) au Enginuity Film Festival. Par le Sang offre un casting prestigieux : Pascal Greggory (La Môme, La Reine Margot, Ceux Qui M’aiment Prendront le Train), Anne Charrier (Prêtes à Tout, Maman a tort) et Jonas Bloquet (La Nonne,...

Courts-metrages - Wink : a narrative short

  • 10 juin 2017

    A lonely and slightly repressed housewife discovers an unusual way to spice up her afternoon. The short film by Monika Petrillo tackles the relatable theme of isolation within a relationship. Melanie (Caitlin Brandes) and Gerald (Michael Chandler) play a couple attempting to celebrate their anniversary. Melanie makes her efforts to prepare for the night she is eager to share with her husband but Gerald falls asleep working and completely forgets the special day. The next morning Melanie is feeling detached and seems somewhat defeated but Gerald remembers what he missed and messed up and promises to make it up to her. “Wink” is an unusual story of a woman seeking attention and affection from her not to be bothered busy...

Courts-metrages - Melting Stars: a new short documentary to discover

  • 28 mai 2017

    Melting Stars unravels the mystery behind one of the most catastrophic species die offs in recorded history. In 2013 scuba divers off the West coast of British Columbia discovered that the star fish were dying in the millions and suffering horrific deaths. They were disintegrating into goo on the ocean floor and the environmental balance of the marine ecosystem was being changed. Soon the immensity of this epidemic came to light and what researchers had dubbed the Sea Star Wasting Syndrome was now effecting several star fish species all along the Pacific Coast from Alaska to Mexico. The virus was also discovered in preserved museum samples from the 1940's. So, what has changed? Melting Stars follows the clues on this marine mystery. "I was thrilled to have had such...

Courts-metrages - Panic Attack: our review

  • 26 mai 2017

    Synopsis;You know the nagging thoughts that start with "did I leave the coffee on?" and turn in to "what if I give birth to Satan's baby?" This hand-drawn animation explores anxiety, obsession, and one woman's slippery hold on reality. Whispertone’s review: Eileen O'Meara unquestionably captures the feelings of anxiety, distraction, and worry with her illustrations in her new hand drawn short "Panic Attack!" With seamless fluid transitions from start to finish the flow of this two and a half minute animation is all done in one continually transforming drawing. From the perspective of a woman waiting at a stop light as she begins to experience a panic attack the viewer travels with her...