Thank you to the first proto-cells to emerge from the primitive soup 3.5 billion years ago, and thank you to their descendants, the first vertebrates, the primates and all successive forms of life, in particular our moms and dads and the Saint-Flour mechanic and the Belleville Shawarma vendors. Thank you. And thank you. That’s right, we’re thanking ad infinitum… One never knows… Thank you.
Angelo dreams of becoming an explorer and a zoologist. When he hits the road with his family to visit his beloved, ailing granny, his distracted parents leave him behind at a rest stop.
Left to his own devices, Angelo decides to cut through the forest in search of his family. He enters a dark and mysterious world inhabited by strange creatures.
At 20 years old, Michel’s father returned to his native Belgium, fathering four children, two girls and two boys. In response to their father’s life being so devastating, his children have never stopped wanting to free themselves, each in his or her own way.
France, 1941. The country is stuck in the age of steam. Napoléon V is in power. Young April sets out to find her parents, who are among the scientists who have been mysteriously disappearing…
Nominated For The CÉSAR 2016 – Best Animated Film (Full-lenghts)
Cristal for a Feature Film – Annecy International Animation Film Festival 2015
In an unknown forest at a time resembling the beginning of our last century, the young Courge boy lives with his ferocious ogre father amongst ghostly forest creatures. One day, he sets out to find love…
A film adaptation of the eponymous comic strip about Marjane Satrapi’s childhood and adolescence in Iran, Vienna and Paris. A singular, personal look at the fall of the Shah, the beginning of the Islamic Republic, exile and teenage torment…
Jury Prize – Cannes Film Festival 2007