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LES ÂMES BOSSALES | François Perlier
France, documentary, 80’
Production: Corpus Films
Synopsis: The "bossales" were the African slaves who won the Haitian war of independence. This term now qualifies a rebellious person, like the protagonists of the film: Charlotte, a human rights defender, Foukifoura, a satirical columnist, Édris, a videographer of the insurrection, Michou, a worker struggling to survive, Ramoncite, an enigmatic voodoo priest. In an explosive social context, they embody the soul of this country, an incandescent focus of political and spiritual resistance.
Odile Méndez-Bonito, firstname.lastname@example.org
LES MADELEINES | Arthur Dreyfus
France, documentary, 83’
Production: Tamara Films
Synopsis: Every sunday, at mass time, a man in a bow tie prepares twenty-four madeleines. In the past, these pastries put him off: who wants to bite into a cake bearing his mother's name? But since Madeleine died, Stéphane-Jacques feels like spending a little time with her at tea time.
Carole Chassaing, email@example.com
Anais Feuillette, firstname.lastname@example.org
AN EVENING SONG (FOR THREE VOICES) | Graham Swon
Etats-Unis, fiction, 85’
Production: Ravenser Odd
Synopsis: 1939, somewhere in the American Midwest: to combat former child-prodigy writer Barbara Fowler's debilitating agoraphobia, she and her pulp-fiction scribe husband, Richard move to the countryside where they become entwined in a love triangle with their deeply religious.
Graham Swon, email@example.com
AGATHE, SOLANGE ET MOI | Louise Narboni
France, documentary, 78’
Synopsis: It is the story of a young woman of today, Agathe, and a young woman of yesterday, Solange. The story of a granddaughter and her paternal grandmother. One is an actress, the other has painted and written all her life. One is alive, the other is not, but her presence remains intense. This is also the film of our funny story, Agathe's and mine. Our paths have recently crossed again, but there was a time before, a long time ago. It is the story of a family film and the time passing.
Aurélien Deseez, firstname.lastname@example.org
NE ME GUÉRIS JAMAIS | David Yon
France, documentary, 74’
Synopsis: For a few years now, major renovation work has been changing the face of Marseille. In the Arenc district, towers are being built in front of Ouahib's windows, blocking his view. He would have to leave, but to go where? He wanders around the city of Marseille, camera in hand, to keep a trace of what is going to disappear. Pierre has become blind. He can no longer see the city he has lived in for a long time, but he perceives its changes through sounds. In his apartment, he writes texts about his relationship with the world and his vision of Marseille. Rosalie arrived recently to find the south where she came as a child. She is looking for her way in the city and is studying opera singing.
Carine Chichkowsky, email@example.com
THE 2022 JURY
- Boris Chapelle, sound-engineer, manager of La Puce à l’oreille
- Elsa Cohen, independant post-production manager
- Matthieu Deniau, manager of Studio Orlando
- Amaia Elisseche, management assistant at Grand Action
- Frédéric Busnel-Joncour, technical manager at Cineli Digital
- Aurélien Marsais, programmer (Visions du réel, Tënk), producer
- Valérie Massadian, filmmaker