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20TH EDITION
OCTOBER, 8-14 2018
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2015 EDITION

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NICOLAS BAUDIN AWARD FOR BEST SHORT FILM
All God’s Creatures - Brendon McDonall

 

AUDIENCE AWARD FOR BEST FEATURE FILM
Paper Planes - Robert Connolly


BEST ACTRESS
Whirimako Black - White Lies

 

BEST ACTOR
Ed Oxenbould - Paper Planes

 

JURY GRAND PRIX FOR BEST FEATURE FILM
The Dark Horse - James Napier Robertson


FEATURE FILMS - DOCUMENTARIES - SHORT FILMS - EXHIBITION - THE JURY


 

 

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FEATURE FILMS - DOCUMENTARIES - SHORT FILMS - EXHIBITION - THE JURY


 

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FEATURE FILMS - DOCUMENTARIES - SHORT FILMS - EXHIBITION - THE JURY


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NICOLAS BAUDIN PRIZE

Created as part of the celebrations of the bicentenary of the discovery of the Southern Lands by Captain Nicolas Baudin, the Nicolas Baudin Prize rewards an Australian or New Zealand short film. This year, it will be awarded by a jury made up of students from the Saint-Tropez region's high schools, among which the Lycée du Golfe de Saint-Tropez. One or several "chaperone(s)" - film and television industry professionals - will guide them. On the one hand, it is a fantastic opportunity for these young people to have an in-depth look at the work of aspiring directors, on the other hand, the perception of their films by a young audience is an interesting feedback for the Antipodean filmmakers themselves.


PROGRAMME 1  - 94 min


cmavantquetuAvant que tu ne partes by Jean-Baptiste Calvani 2015 – 10’ – DVD (FR) - Off Competition
Emma comes back from an interview in Paris. She has been offered the opportunity to go to Australia. How will her boyfriend react?

 

 


cmallgodscreaturesAll God's Creatures by Brendon McDonall 2013 - 19’ - DCP (AUS)
Having just lost their father, brothers Asher and Charlie's already fragile relationship undergoes a test of almost mythic proportions when one of them commits an act of mindless cruelty.

 

 


cmericEric by Andrew Lee 2014 – 15’ – DCP (AUS)
Tucked away in a motel, a “lad” encounters a returning soldier coping with post-traumatic stress disorder. The brief encounter is a soft collision of two characters both lost and trying to find themselves within each other.

 


cmstuffedStuffed by Warwick Young 2013 – 22’ - DCP (AUS)
Peter Murphy loves his mother, so when she dies he can't bear to live without her and does all that he can to keep her with him.

 

 

cmdriftwoodDriftwood Dustmites by Malina Mackiewicz - 2014 – 10’ – DCP (AUS)
Aishe sees her father kiss his new love for the first time since her mother's death. Unable to sleep she wakes up her younger sister for company.

 

 

cmheckHeck by Tanya Goldberg 2011 – 8’ - DCP (AUS)
In this black comedy, 75 year olds Ray and Mary Horsborough decide to take fate into their own hands - but their double suicide pact doesn't go according to plan.

 

 

 

PROGRAMME 2  - 90 min

cmkaroyulKarroyul by Kelrick Martin 2015 – 15’ – DCP (AUS)
A 16-year-old Aboriginal girl wants nothing more than to be left alone after the death of her mother. On the day of the funeral, her uncle takes her back to the historical site of her people’s massacre.

 

 

cmthelastlabThe Last Lab by Frédéric Geffroy, Victor Naveira 2015 – 22’ - DCP (NZ)
Film technicians, many of whom have spent decades turning celluloid into movie magic, reflect on their times at Peter Jackson’s prestigious film post-production company, Park Road Post, in New Zealand

 

 

cmbiancaBlanca by Jamieson Pearce 2014 – 4’ – DCP  (AUS)
On her way home, Blanca looks through a window and is swept up in a dance of lust and longing, of discovery and desire. When she is returned to the outside world, will she choose to retreat into the night, or reach out to the man inside?

 

 

cmkillerKiller? by David White 2015 – 10’ - DCP (NZ)
When a man gets accused of killing his family he must face himself to gain acceptance.

 

 


cmgodmenA Story of Good Men by Julie Merckling 2015 – 15’ - Digital (FR-AUS)
Determined to fulfil the promise he made to his mother, a 77-year-old Australian winegrower arrives in Picardy on Anzac Day for the ceremonies honouring the Australian soldiers killed during the First World War.

 

 

cmcaravanCaravan by Keiran Watson-Bonnice 2014 – 6’ – Digital (AUS)
Three-year-old Theo and his six-year-old cousin Jonas explore the contents of what appears to be an abandoned caravan.

 

 


cmelleElle by Michael Bond 2015 – 18’ – BR (USA-AUS)
Anna discovers her Dad is romantically involved with her French tutor, and that accepting a potential new Mum is the most difficult journey of all.

 

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