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The Man-Woman Case "Wanted"

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Sydney, Australia, 1920s: Thirty-something Eugene is running from the police who have accused him of burning his wife alive. But why would he have killed his beloved? Maybe Eugene isn't who we thought he was and maybe his wife learned his secret...

Award in Annecy

Jury Award for a TV Series(2017)

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: The Man-Woman Case "Wanted"

    Directed by: Anaïs CAURA

    After studies at the Ensad in Paris, Anaïs Caura spent time as a teacher, videographer and storyboarder. She then created the Babouchka collective with some of her former student colleagues and they worked together on several animation and live action projects. Her first short film "How Fear Came", was selected in festivals throughout the worl and since 2015, she has been art directing the animated column Désintox for Arte.

    Country: France

    Year of production: 2017

    Running time: 05 min 10 s × 10 episodes

  • Technique

    Category: TV serie

    Techniques used: 2D Computer, Rotoscope

    Process:

    Target public: Teens, Adults, Young adults

  • Credits

    Directed by: Anaïs CAURA

    Production: MY FANTASY / 2 P2L, Antoine PIWNIK, Hélène GENDRONNEAU, FRANCE TÉLÉVISIONS NOUVELLES ECRITURES

    Script: Joëlle Oosterlinck

    Graphics: Anaïs Caura

    Storyboard: Morgane Lepéchon

    Animation: Hugo Frasseto

    Camera: Nadine Buss

    Compositing: Pierre Julien Fieux

    Music: Pierre Oberkampf

    Editing: Nazim Meslem

    Voice: Corinne Masiero, Cléo Sénia, Nicolas Meyrieux, Sophie Garric, Marc Raffray, Pierre Benoist, Jérémie Bédrune

When and where ?

This film is part of the programme TV Films in Competition 4

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