aide au développement du Screen Ireland.
Skyman tells the story of a family that challenges one of the greatest taboos in our society: how can you talk about death when your child doesn’t have long to live?
In coproduction with Planet Korda Pictures (Republic of Ireland), Corso Film (Germany), Lugh Films (Republic of Ireland).
Documentary Campus 2018, Belfast Doc Market
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
In development — 90’ & 52’
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.
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)