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 2016 Award Winners, film index



  1. Overview
  2. Awards
  3. Fact Sheet

A journey into the heart of a large slum that's been abandoned, portraying an urban landscape gone wild: a modern Pompeii where the wind blows and dogs roam amongst the remains of human life.

Award in Annecy

  • André-Martin Award for a French Short Film (2016)
  • Audience Award (2016)

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: Peripheria

    Directed by: David COQUARD-DASSAULT

    Born in 1977, David Coquard-Dassault graduated from the Émile Cohl School in Lyon in 2001 with a degree in Applied Arts, majoring in Illustration. His work as a graphic designer includes illustrated posters and publications for children, several of which have won prizes at book festivals in Italy and France. He designed the video game "Cassius Pearl" in 2005 and his first short "Rains" (2008) was selected at several international festivals, such as Ottawa, Sundance and Annecy.

    Country: France

    Year of production: 2015

    Running time: 12 min 20 s

  • Technique

    Category: Short film

    Techniques used: 2D Computer, 3D Computer

    Process: Colour

    Target public: Teens, Adults, Young adults

  • Credits

    Directed by: David COQUARD-DASSAULT


    Distribution: AUTOUR DE MINUIT, Nicolas SCHMERKIN

    Script: Patricia Valeix, David Coquard Dassault

    Animation: Emmanuel Linderer, Florian Durand, Hervé Barberau, Jeanne-Sylvette Giraud, Nicolas Guilloteau, Manuel Raïs, Christophe Seux, Cyril Costa, Paul Szajner

    Music: Christophe Heral

    Editing: David Coquard-Dassault