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Short film

Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger


Country : France
Year :  2009
Length :23'  
Genre :  fiction
Information : couleur

Screenplay :  Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger
Cinematography :  Julien Poupard
Sound :  Mathieu Villien, Pierre Bariaud
Editing :  Frédéric Baillehaiche

Cast : Laetitia Hadri, Yéliz Alniak, Vicente Lopez Lama, Michael Ehlen, Aurore Dos Santos, Raymond Burger, Sébastien Knoepfly

Production : Dharamsala



In only a few days, Laetitia will have her hairdressing diploma. She and her best friend Yeliz will be able to realize their dream; opening a hair salon together. But before taking her exam, Laetitia decides to go to a party. 

Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger

Marie Amachoukeli, Claire Burger and Samuel Theis were born at the end of the 70's and have been longstanding friends. Claire and Samuel met in Forbach when they were 18, Marie and Claire met few years later at La fémis. The threesome collaborated for the first time when writing and directing Forbach, Claire's medium-length graduation film at La fémis. This film already staged the Theis Family. Later on, Samuel wished to make a feature film on them, with his mother being the main character. He joined forces with Marie and Claire and together, they wrote the script and directed their first feature film, Party Girl, which was shown at the opening of Un certain regard, at the 2014 Cannes Festival and won the Camera d'or. Meanwhile, Marie and Claire co-directed two short films; It's Free for Girls, which won the French Academy Award for Best Short Film in 2010 and Demolition Party in 2012. Samuel, who was trained as an actor before studying at La fémis, worked for several directors, including Bertrand Tavernier, Philippe Lefebvre, Jean-Michel Ribes...

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