Two evenings of French Films [fr]
The shortest night in partnership with the Institut Francais and the cultural department of the French Consulate of Miami
French Films (half an hour)
- Clik Clak by Thomas Wagner
The life of robots
- Stricteternum by Didier Fontan
Happily ever after inside a snowball
- Seven Pounds by Nicolas Deveaux
Philosophically heavy : the Olympic journey of the elephant
- Inventors by Michel Ocelot
The hard life of a family of inventors
- Dripped by Leo Verrier
An homage to Jackson Pollock
- (Back of the bottle) by Jean Claude Rozec
A small boy who is reluctant to leave his own world without glasses.
European Selection (an hour and a half)
- Ich bin Helmut- Germany
Celebrating a birthday
- A morning stroll – UK
A chicken morning stroll in a destroyed world
- Eskiper– Spain
Between father and daugther, the communication is not always easy.
- Frank-Etienne – France
A romantic salesman trying to close some business.
- Wind – Denmark
Poetic animation about the wind
- Berlinian clown – Germany
An homage to a clown made by an unemployed man in the berlin metro
- The finger – Switzerland
A family is preparing for the burial of the patriarch.
- Sorry I love you – Spain
Love is full of surprises, especially when it starts at school.
- The philatelist – Germany
A romantic tale about a stamp collector
Venue: O Cinema Wynwood
90 NW 29th Street, Miami (305) 571-9970, from 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm
For more info, please visit www.RedChemistry.org
- Présentation de la soirée "French Short Films"
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Article published on Nov. 18, 2014.