Drawing around a table, five kids question the creation of the first human being. Where did he come from? This leads to a series of arguments and bloody explanations.
Original title: Il était 3 fois
Julie Rembauville was born in 1982 and studied Literature and Broadcasting at the Sorbonne. In 2003 she published her first children's book "Je ne me laisserai pas faire!", which was illustrated by Nicolas Bianco-Levrin. Their collaboration continued with shorts such as "Elsewhere" (2008) and series like "Kroak" (in competition at Annecy 2009). In 2010, her short film project "It's a Dog's Life" won the SACD and CANAL+/Folimage/NFB Prizes at the Mifa Pitch sessions.
Nicolas Bianco-Levrin was born in 1979 and graduated from the Duperré School of Graphic Design in Paris. He published his first children's book as an author and illustrator, "Simon sans nuit", in 2002, and has published around twenty since then. Scriptwiter and graphic designer, he's directed several projects with Julie Rembauville. In 2006 they received an award from the International Centre for Youth Literature Studies for their book "La Rue & le Machino" and film "Le Machino".
Year of production: 2015
Running time: 03 min 23 s
Category: Short film
Techniques used: internet software, 2D computer
Target public: Teens, Adults, Kids, Family
Directed by: Julie REMBAUVILLE, Nicolas BIANCO-LEVRIN
Production: LA LUNA PRODUCTIONS, Sébastien HUSSENOT
Distribution: LA LUNA PRODUCTIONS, Sébastien HUSSENOT
Animation: Nicolas Bianco Levrin, Julie Rembauville
Music: Maxence Camelin
Editing: Marie Doyeux
Voice: Luna Confalonieri-Bouvier, Alicia Sarrus, Valentin Sarrus, Calois Sanchez-Navarro, Nael Reziouk, Erwan Lootgieter, Luka Kozub-Schecroun