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ANISSA 2002

Synopsis: 

France, 2002. Anissa is sixteen. Her parents are taking her to Morocco for her wedding. She doesn't want to go. On the road, she runs away. She meets two English guys who are restoring an old house… 

 

 

Runtime: 
00:48
English subtitle: 
Yes

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Information for the Audience: 

This movie is like an initiatory journey. It's about a girl who decides for herself. As she discovers freedom, she blossoms. 

The main character is played by a very talented young actress, Natacha Krief. It has been shot in Burgundy, France, a place well known for its wine. The photography is signed by Benjamin Chartier and the editing by Idit Bloch. They made a great job. I can't wait to work again with those two.

Screenings / Awards: 

FESTIVALS :

International Women's Film Festival, Creteil, France (2016)

Cinérencontres, Prades, France (2016)

Cinétoiles, Sémur-en-Auxois, France (2016)

Combat short Film Festival, Josselin, France (2016)

Women's World Film Festival, Tubingen, Germany (2016)

Women's Independant Film Festival, Los Angeles, USA (2017)

Ladies First International Film Festival, Cork, Ireland (2017)

The Monthly Festival (2017)

Interrobang Film Festival, Des Moines, USA (2017)

Rencontres Cinématographiques, Dijon, France (2017)

Amnesty International Cinema for Human Rights, France (2018)

SPECIAL SCREENINGS : Paris, Dijon, Saint Ouen, Dole, Vitry sur Seine, France

 
Directed by: 
Fabienne Facco
Writing credits: 
Fabienne Facco
Cast: 
Natacha Krief, Daniel Horn, Charlotte Deysine, Moufida Miniaoui, Amine Sabir
Produced by: 
Julien Gittinger and Lucie Duchene
Music by: 
Fred Avril, Philippe Monthaye, Mathieu Cesarsky
Cinematography by: 
Benjamin Chartier
Film Editing by: 
Dit Bloch
Art Direction by: 
Marc Barroyer
Set Decoration by: 
Marie-Lucie Del Pozo
Costume Design by: 
Marianne Perreau
Makeup Department: 
Elodie Rozalen
Production Management: 
Charles Barberousse
Other crew: 
François Meynot, Simon Apostolou
Release Date: 
Monday, October 12, 2015
Total votes: 1837

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