Archives mensuelles : juillet 2019


Vincent Lapize

2015 – 77’

Feature documentary


Over two years, from spring 2012 until spring 2014, The Last Continent offers a subjective immersion into an evolving political experiment: the one set up by those opposed to the Great-Western Airport project in Notre-Dame-des-Landes, near Nantes in France. The film shows two portraits; one of a place, the Defended Zone, i.e. 2000 hectares of forests and prairies, and one of a few activists with diverse profiles, but who all share on a daily basis an untypical political experience.

Company credits

In coproduction with Réel Factory, Télénantes, & local TV channels from Brittany (TVR Rennes35Bretagne, TébéO et TébéSud) With the support of CNC, Bretagne, Region Poitou-Charentes Region, Vienne Departement Vienne, PROCIREP-ANGOA & with contribution of Effet Sphère & La Famille Digitale.

Theatrical release – Dist. A Perte de Vue – Label AFCAE. 11 000 admissions France.


Selected in « Les pépites du documentaire » by Mediapart.

Selected as one of the ten best documentaires of the year by French newspaper La Croix

Screening list on the film website. Amongst : Paris Festival Hors Pistes Beaubourg May 2016, International Film Festival of La Rochelle july 2016, Festival Funambules médias Montréal August 2016, Mellionnec Documentary film encounters june 2015, Poitiers Festival Raisons d’Agir April 2015, Festival of Douarnenez août 2015,…

Vertigo, by Nicole Zeizig


Nicole Zeizig

2018 — 52’

Short documentary


In the field of love transport, boys and girls have been subjected to the toughest tests ever since. Vertigo is a film about love. Through the story of an encounter and a love affair, the narrator tries to put words on feelings and emotions that are usually kept deep inside. It is then possible to awaken the memory of other love stories. Stories that have transported and sometimes transformed each of us.

Artistical and technical team

Directed by

Nicole Zeizig

Editor : Juliette Kempf

Composer : François Villevieille

Production credits

A Perte de Vue, in coproduction with Les films du Tambour de Soie, France 3 Pays de la Loire, vià Vosges, in collaboration with BIP TV.

Brouillon d’un Rêve de la SCAM 2018 Grant. With the support of Région Bretagne (development & production), Côtes d’Armor Department (production), with the participation of CNC, PROCIREP/ANGOA & SACEM.

I will love myself until death, by Léa Lanoë


Léa Lanoë

In development — 59’


Frida is my neighbor in Karl-Kunger Strasse in Berlin, she is also an activist of the Barfusspartei, the barefoot party she created… And cosmonaut, but she hasn’t visited any other planets yet. Our film factory takes us there.


Brouillon d’un rêve SCAM grant, with the support of Région Sud (Writing), Rencontres Premiers films Lussas 2018

Pollock & Pollock, by Isabelle Rèbre


Isabelle Rèbre

2019 — 90’

In postproduction

Executive producer : Colette Quesson


This is the story of two brothers, two American painters, Jackson and Charles Pollock. Jackson began painting under the guidance of his elder brother Charles, and quickly rose to fame. When his life is taken from him in a car accident at 44 he has already brought a revolution into the world of painting and he becomes a legend. Charles remains a man, slowly building his art. In 2015, the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice presented the works of the two brothers side by side for the very first time. In the light of the family correspondence, the film explores two different ways of being an artist: it revisits a myth and draws a painter from the shadows.

Company credits

In coproduction with BIP TV, with the support of Ciclic (dev), PROCIREP-ANGOA (Dev), Région Bretagne (dev & production), SACEM, with the participation of CNC.

With the support of CNC avant réalisation, of Région Bretagne & SACEM.


Brouillon d’un rêve SCAM grant, 2015. Selected in Eurodoc 2014.

Traumascape, by Vincent Pouplard


Vincent Pouplard

In development — 90’ & 52’

Feature documentary


Traumascape offers a dive into the heart of the youth in a protestant working class neigborhood in Belfast. Traumascape is a film that focuses on the ways in which collective memory is transmitted to youth, whether these ways of transmitting are partisan or much more humanistic. It is a film turned towards the future, carried by the gaze of the younger generations.

Company credits

Developed within the frame of Eurodoc, Docs Barcelona 2019 With the support of CNC fonds d’aide à l’innovation(Writing & Dev), PROCIREP-ANGOA (Dev), Région Bretagne (Dev) et de la Région Pays de la Loire (Dev)

Tadpole, by Jean-Claude Rozec


Jean-Claude Rozec

2019 — 13’39

FIPRESCI Award – Annecy International Animation Film Festival

Executive producer : Colette Quesson


I was very young, but I still remember it very well. Mom and Dad didn’t see anything, but I knew right away. The thing in the crib wasn’t my little brother. No. It was you. You already had that funny face. And then you smelled… Huh, Tadpole?

Technical specifications

Screenplay and direction

Jean-Claude Rozec


Gaspard : Léane Coulibaly

Lola : Elisa Le Bel-Sorel

The mom : Solène Quintin

The dad : Jules Garreau


Animation : Jules Garreau, Lisa Klemenz, Alexis Poligné, Apolline Rabot, Jean-Claude Rozec, Tom Villar

Animation assistants : Jeanne Girard, Alice Viry

Colors & Compositing : Jean-Claude Rozec

Original soundtrack : Arnaud Bordelet

Sound design / sound editing : Kevin Feildel

Foley : Marie Mazière

Sound mix : Frédéric Hamelin

Production Manager : Emmanuelle Jacq

Production secretary : Inès Lumeau

Production intern : Maëva Ferdonnet

Logistics manager : Tom Folie

Company credits

A PERTE DE VUE, in coproduction with Arte France, TVR, TébéO et TébéSud

With the support of CNC avant réalisation, of Région Bretagne & SACEM.


FRANCE Festival internationale du Film d’animation d’Annecy 2019, en compétition internationale

RUSSIA Festival Insomnia de Moscou 2019

SPAIN – Catalogne Festival international du film fantastique de Catalogne 2019

Nomads, by Olivier Coussemaqc


Olivier Coussemacq

2018 — 87’

National theatrical release 7 août 2019 – Local Films Distribution

Moroccan National release 4 juin 2019 – Younès Productions


Hossein, a teenage boy who is connected to the increasingly globalized world, dreams of a freer future far from his native Tangier. His mother Naïma, however, is determined not to let him follow in his brothers’ tragic footsteps, and takes him to the south against his will. In this new setting he gets his first taste of romantic love and disillusionment, and eventually reconnects with his mother, whose devotion he had previously shunned.

Technical specifications

Screenplay and direction

Olivier Coussemacq


Hossein : Jamil Idrissi / Naïma : Jalila Talemsi / Tante Zahra : Asmaa El Hadrami / Oncle Mokhtar : Mohamed Quatib / Farid : Saïd El Mokhtari / Najet : Rim Fethi / Delphine : Pauline Discry / Abdessamad : Soufiane Loukrissi / Mohamed : Hossein Senby / Karima : Fadwa Taleb / Jeune belge : Hamza Kadri / Hamid : Solaiman Rossi / Omar : Aymane Rhalib

Company credits

Produced by Local films & À Perte de Vue, in coproduction with Awman productions

With avance sur recettes from Moroccan Cinematographic Center, with the support of Région Bretagne, in partnership with CNC, with the participation of TV5 Monde & CNC. Project developed within the frame of IVth coproduction forum transpyrenean – San Sebastien Film Festival, & Holland Film Meeting – Netherlands Film Festival, & of A.C.E., Ateliers du Cinéma Européen. With the support of Developimages2 & Procirep / Angoa – Agicoa.


EGYPTE, Luxor African Film Festival 2019 – MAROC, Panorama du Festival de Tanger 2019 – Moscow Film Festival 2019

Color-Blind by Ben Russell


Ben Russell

2019 – 30′

Short documentary

Filmed in Polynesia and Bretagne, France.


A deliriously synaesthetic S16mm portrait made between French Polynesia and Brittany, COLOR-BLIND recruits the restless ghost of Paul Gauguin as an uneasy spirit guide in excavating the colonial legacy of a decidedly syncretic post-post-colonial present. Featuring im/material guest appearances by: white-tipped reef sharks, Aldous Huxley’s Island, Marquesan techno, authorized Gauguin reproductions, Bretagne dance competitions, an illegal kava ceremony, the beach from the 4th season of Survivor, the long decay of French nuclear testing in Polynesia (1960-1996), and so much more.

Opening Text Adapted From “A letter to Mette Gauguin from Paul Gauguin, 8 Dec. 1892”. 

Fiche technique

Director, image, sound, edit

Ben Russell

Artistic and technical team

Sound Recording French Polynesia: Erwan Kerzanet

Sound Recording Bretagne: Guillaume Cailleau

Best Boy Bretagne: Jonathan Cailleau Slak

Color Grading: Sergi Sanchez

Sound Mix: Frédéric Hamelin

Production Secretary France: Inès Lumeau

Production Manager Germany: Jana Cisar

Production Assistant France: Giulia Oliveri

Production Intern: Maeva Ferdonnet

Translation Marquesan: Michael Koch

Translation German: Uli Ziemons

Featuring: Freddy « Feeling Fingers » Fournier / Marc Kucharz / Yvonne Moke / Kokauani  Mahuaani / Ludovic  Puhetini / The Kimitete Kids / Angélina Mati / Pierrot Kewahana / Michael Koch / Michel Habert.


Executive producer: Colette Quesson, A Perte de Vue

Coproducer Germany: Guillaume Cailleau, CaSk Films

Coproducers France: Fabrizio Polpettini, Pierre Malachin, La Bête

Produced by A Perte de Vue, in coproduction with CaSkFilms, 

La Bête, TVR, TébéO and Tébésud. With the support of Région Bretagne, Medienboard Berlin-Brandenburg, 

Procirep-Angoa and the participation of CNC.

I will love myself until death, by Léa Lanoë


Léa Lanoë


En développement.


Frida est ma voisine dans la Karl-Kunger Strasse à Berlin, elle est aussi activiste du Barfusspartei, le parti des pieds nus qu’elle a créé… Et cosmonaute, mais elle n’a pas encore visité d’autres planètes. Notre fabrique du cinéma l’y emmène.