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Tous en shorts avec Côté Court

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We are delighted to partner once again with Côté Court! This year, we have selected one film from the 2017 selection and four from the recent edition that took place from the 6th to the 16th of June, to bring to you new talents and discoveries!


Julien Huger France, 2018

Winter holidays have never taken such a disconcerting dimension than in Stations, the last film of our collaboration with the Côté Court festival. An abstract combination of images of machinery and skiers becomes a menacing and captivating affair.


Pascal Cervo France, 2017

Our collaboration with the Parisian festival Côté Court continues with the winner of the 2017 winner of the Grand Prize and Best Actor award! Hugues is a reflection on acting, with in a supporting role, a house source of burlesque situations.

Quelque chose brûle

Mathilde Chavanne France, 2017

In this short film selected in Côté Court, Mathilde Chavanne’s camera stays close to its character to capture her every emotion. With emotional accuracy and a sensorial atmosphere, it paints a delicate portrait of grief.

Les Amoureux

Pablo Dury France, 2018

At the end of the world it is said that there is a magic forest. To the traveler who settles there it brings to life the thing that he desires the strongest: a creature from a distant memory, a dreamed present or an uncertain future.

Panique au Sénat

Antonin Peretjatko France, 2018

We are delighted to renew our partnership with the festival Côté Court ! To begin with, an off-the-wall comedy by Antonin Peretjatko (The Rendez-Vous of Déjà-Vu) full of derision and taking place in a completely wacky French Senate.

The Revolution Isn’t a Gala Ball

Youri Tchao-Débats France, 2015

Lola is hitching rides at a highway rest stop, where she meets Karim, who accepts to take her to Paris. Lola would like to be a movie actress. Karim would like to change the course of history. The revolution will take place with or without them.

The Republic of Enchanters

Fanny Liatard, Jérémy Trouilh France, 2016

Ghislaine dances on the roof, Kamel makes himself look smart, and Salomon lies to his brother. Their three stories recount an entire high-rise block, a Republic of Enchanters.


Pablo Dury France, 2016

They say that the world got silent. They say that you went far away, with the cries, the laughs, the tomorrows. They say that the world has disappeared. But Oscar, he hears them whisper at night. Behind the walls, far from the men, at the end of the corridors…


Wissam Charaf France, 2016

Hani returns to his village in Lebanon, that he finds abandoned and hostile. In this country, end of route for the lost souls, Hani will have to relearn how to live.

The Chasm

Vincent Le Port France, 2015

In the North Finistère, in Brittany, it’s late October, the low season. It’s Célèste’s last day of work as a caretaker at a seaside camping ground. Just as she’s getting ready to leave, a child disappears…

Isabella Morra

Isabel Pagliai France, 2015

What is the connection between the wild fables of Adriana, a modern little girl, and the poetry of Isabella, accused by her brothers in the 16th century of treason? Here, Adriana is telling a story, Camille grumbling and Océane is trying to get her doll to speak its never-ending discourse.

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