Shorts Programme 2
Tuesday 29th October, 9.00pm - 10.45pm
@ Le Lucernaire, 53 Rue Notre Dame des Champs, 75006 Paris, France
Lucienne Eats a Car
Dir. Couturiau Geordy
France | 30 mins
Logline: With time, Lucienne's father has sinked into silence. The one who has always preferred his car to his daughter is now overwhelming her by his absence. In hope of finding the love she has never felt, Lucienne decides to eat the beloved car.
Thirsty Eyes - 838
Dir. Ioan Gavriel
Poland | 6 mins
Logline: 838 is a music-video taking place in its own dark & obscure Eastern European world, a constant escape from oneself in a schizophrenic nightmare. Triggered by a sudden encounter on a lonely road, the protagonist’s grasp of reality starts to fall apart — at fast pace.
Dir. Gazanfer Biricik
France | 10 mins
Logline: Ani is a journalist who was charged by her diary to write an article about Ezra dead during an attack. For doing this, she organized an appointment with Lily, the sister of the deceased, in a pub. While she was waiting for her in the bar, she will make an unexpected meeting that will not leave her indifferent.
Dir. Zita Hanrot
France | 14 mins
Logline: On the day of their grandmother’s funeral, Sacha gathers her cousins to write a tribute to her, but nothing will happen as planned…
Don't Feed These Animals
Dirs. Guilherme Afonso & Miguel Madaíl de Freitas
Portugal | 10 mins
Logline: Once upon a time there was a lobotomised bunny who lived in a research laboratory. He had bi-polar personality disorder, triggered by his huge appetite for carrots. One day the bunny brings a carrot to life by accident but also creates something evil. Now both carrot and bunny must surpass their differences and join forces, so that together they may end this threat.
The Perfect Spot
Dir. Laura Richard
France | 17 mins
Logline: In a small corner of green paradise, two beautiful brothers, whose opinions differ totally on the ecology should never have gone fishing together. The fact that the fish do not bite on that Sunday does not improve their relationship. In fact, they come to argue from one end to the other of the day, totally forgetting the chance they have to be in a sublime setting. And then suddenly, miracle! A key ! Are they reconciled unless? ...
After each film there will be a minute-long break, during which we invite the audience to complete scorecards. The cards go towards the scoring of the films and are sent directly to the filmmakers to provide insight into the audience's response.