1965 Award Winners, film index

La Demoiselle et le violoncelliste

La Demoiselle et le Violoncelliste
The Young Lady and the Cellist

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By the sea side, an inspired cellist unleashes a storm that carries a beautiful shrimp fisher to the depths of the ocean.

Award in Annecy

Grand Prix(1965)

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: La Demoiselle et le Violoncelliste

    Directed by: Jean-François LAGUIONIE

    Born in 1939, Jean-François Laguionie loved drawing ever since his childhood. After studying Applied Arts, he studied animation under Paul Grimault for ten years, during which time he created the shorts that won him numerous prizes, including the 1978 Palme d'Or for a Short Film at Cannes for "Rowing Across the Atlantic". In 1985, he directed his first feature film "Gwen, the Book of Sand" and followed that with "A Monkey's Tale" (1999), "L'Île de Black Mor" (2004) and "The Painting" (2011).

    Country: France

    Year of production: 1964

    Running time: 08 min 50 s

  • Technique

    Category: Short film

    Techniques used: Cut-outs

    Process: Colour

    Target public: All audiences

  • Credits

    Directed by: Jean-François LAGUIONIE


    Distribution: LA FABRIQUE PRODUCTION, Jean-François LAGUIONIE

    Artistic direction: Jean-François Laguionie

    Script: Jean-François Laguionie

    Graphics: Jean-François Laguionie

    Sets: Jean-François Laguionie

    Animation: Jean-François Laguionie

    Music: "Concerto en ré pour violoncelle et orchestre", Edouard Lalo