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 2004 Award Winners, film index

L'Inventaire fantôme

L'Inventaire fantôme
The Phantom Inventory

  1. Overview
  2. Awards
  3. Fact Sheet

Soms, the bailiff, visits an old man who collects souvenirs that nobody wants anymore. In his empty and miserable apartment, the civil servant opens a secret door and discovers a huge attic where thousands of objects are stored. He then starts a strange inventory.

Award in Annecy

  • "CANAL J" Award for a short film (2004)

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: L'Inventaire fantôme

    Directed by: Franck DION

    Born in 1970, Franck Dion collaborates with publishers, creates sets for theatres and makes animation sequences for documentaries. His first short, "The Phantom Inventory", won the "CANAL J" Junior Jury Award for a short film at Annecy 2004. He followed that with "Monsieur Cok" (2008) and "Edmond was a Donkey" which won the Special Jury Award at Annecy 2012 and was nominated for a Cartoon d'or and a César in 2013. He created the 2014 Annecy Festival poster and continues to work on future films and books.

    Country: France

    Year of production: 2004

    Running time: 09 min 44 s

  • Technique

    Category: Short film

    Techniques used: Puppets, 2D Computer

    Process: Colour

    Target public: All audiences

  • Credits

    Directed by: Franck DION

    Production: LES ARMATEURS, Didier BRUNNER


    Script: Franck Dion

    Graphics: Franck Dion

    Storyboard: Franck Dion

    Layout: Franck Dion

    Sets: Franck Dion

    Animation: Stéphane Viola

    Music: Pierre Caillet

    Sound: Alek Goosse

    Editing: Chantal Colibert-Brunner