Cadavre exquis

Cadavre exquis

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The viewer is invited on a visual, acoustic and odorous ballad through the wandering of a one-eyed dog. In the maze of old Hanoi's narrow streets, daily life and legends join together against the backdrop of the off-beat rhythm of Vietnamese blues.

Award in Annecy

Best Original Music Award for a Short Film, sponsored by the SACEM(2018)

The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: Cadavre exquis

    Directed by: Stéphanie LANSAQUE, François LEROY

    After studying Graphic Design in Paris, Stéphanie Lansaque worked as an artistic director for the press and publishing houses. François Leroy studied Design in Paris and then got a degree in Animation from GOBELINS, l'école de l'image. Together, they've co-directed 4 Asian-inspired shorts, including "Goodbye, Mister Chu", (Grand Prix at the ReAnimacja Festival in Poland and Best Fiction Film at the International Ecological Film Festival in Bourges 2006), "Mei Ling" (2009) and "Red River, Song Hong" (2012). Between personal projects, they both work as technicians on series, music videos and feature films for Je Suis Bien Content productions.

    Voir bio Stéphanie LANSAQUE 34156.

    Country: France

    Year of production: 2018

    Running time: 12 min 50 s

  • Technique

    Category: Short film

    Techniques used: 2D Computer

    Process: Colour

    Target public: Adults, Young adults

  • Credits

    Directed by: Stéphanie LANSAQUE, François LEROY


    Artistic direction: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy

    Sets: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy

    Animation: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy

    Music: Denis Vautrin

    Sound: Yann Lacan

    Editing: Stéphanie Lansaque, François Leroy

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