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Films from Clermont-Ferrand

 

In Cooperation with Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival

 


 

5 mètres 80

Director Nicolas Deveaux

France 2013

6 min

No dialogue

 

In a deserted Olympic-sized swimming pool, a herd of giraffes embark on a sequence of high-flying acrobatic dives!

 


 

Avant que de tout perdre

Director Xavier Legrand

France 2012

30 min

French with English subtitles

Julien is 10 years old. He pretends to go to school but then hides out under a bridge, his backpack filled with clothes. A few kilometers away, 15-year-old Joséphine does the same and waits for the bus.

 


 

Un plan d’enfer

Directors Jean-Loup Felicioli, Alain Gagnol

France, Belgium 2015

5 min

 

Two burglars release dozens of cats into a neighbourhood and start the dogs barking. They use the din to their advantage and dig up a bag of loot...

 

 

Réplique

Director Antoine Giorgini

France, Belgium 2015

18 min

 

Today, Tony is supposed to audition for drama school. But Steven, his best friend and reading partner, doesn't show up. After having failed to find another volunteer Tony gives up, determined never to speak to the traitor again.

 

Garden Party

Directors Lucas Navarro, Florian Babikian, Vincent Bayoux, Victor Caire, Théophile Dufresne, Gabriel Grapperon

France 2016

7 min

No dialogue

In a deserted house, a couple of amphibians explore their surroundings and follow their primal instincts.

 


Panthéon Discount

Director Stéphan Castang

France 2016

15 min

French with English subtitles

The year is 2050. Doctors have been replaced by a machine called Sherlock, a kind of super-scanner that not only diagnoses but also heals depending on the patients' means. Doctors have now become financial advisers who sell health insurance and solutions that are more or less drastic.

 


 

Les Indes galantes

Director Clément Cogitore

France 2017

5 min

 

The Krump dance was born in the Los Angeles ghettos after the 1995 riots. The director creates a rap battle between urban culture and Rameau's music on the Bastille Opera stage.