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LES CHATOUILLES

Odette a huit ans, elle aime danser et dessiner. Pourquoi se méfierait-elle d'un ami de ses parents qui lui propose de « jouer aux chatouilles » ? Adulte, Odette danse sa colère, libère sa parole et embrasse la vie…





pendant le festival
Samedi 08 SEPTEMBRE 2018 |
11H00
|
C.I.D.
|
1h43 Prix D'Ornano-Valenti 2018 | Projection unique

contacts
CONTACT | DISTRIBUTION
UGC Distribution
pour Orange Studio Cinéma
Tel : +33 1 46 40 86 89
Email : jlballard@ugc.fr
www.ugc.fr


PRESSE | PRESS
Michèle Sebbag : Michelesebbag@jourcommunication.fr
informations techniques :

2018
France
1h43
En français sous-titré en anglais
In French with English subtitles
équipe technique
Réalisation :
,
Production :
François Kraus
,
Denis Pineau-valencienne

Scénario :
,
Image :
Pierre Aïm

Montage :
Valérie Deseine

Musique :
Clément Ducol

interprètes principaux
(Odette)
,
Clovis Cornillac
(Fabrice Le Nadant)
,
Pierre Deladonchamps
(Gilbert Miguié)
,
Gringe
(Manu)
,
Grégory Montel
(Lenny)
,
Karin Viard
(Mado Le Nadant)


Created in 1991 by the member companies of the Motion Picture Association (MPA) and dedicated to the memory of Michel d’Ornano, former French minister, mayor of Deauville and co-founder of the Deauville American Film Festival, the Prix Michel d’Ornano honors a French first film in order to help support its wider recognition, promotion and exportation. In 2015 the award is being renamed the Prix d’Ornano-Valenti in memory of Jack Valenti, the founding father of this competition, and as a tribute to the friendship between the two men, their families, and their shared dedication to the Deauville American Film Festival.



Fonds Culturel Franco-Américain.

Founded in 1996, the Franco-American Cultural Fund is a unique partnership between the Directors Guild of America (DGA), the Motion Picture Association (MPA), the French Society of Authors, Composers and Publishers of Music (SACEM) and the Writers Guild of America West (WGAW). It promotes cultural exchange between France and the United States of America around a shared passion for film and television and those who create it. The Fund undertakes a broad range of program activities that underscore the fundamental role of the writer and director in the creation of cinematic works; showcase those works in a range of settings in both countries; foster greater collaboration between French and American writers and directors and the institutions that represent them; strengthen understanding of the economic and creative issues creators face in both countries; promote the protection of French and American cinema; and empower the voice of the author in an ever-changing world. The work of the Fund is supported by a portion of the authors’ share of French private copy levy funds dedicated by French law “for the support of creativity, for the promotion of performances and for the training of new talents.”

3,000 Euros are granted to the awarded directors, 3,000 Euros to the production company and 10,000 Euros to the French distributor to help promoting the film.

PREVIOUS AWARD WINNERS |
1992    
Claire Aziza, scénariste des AIGUILLEURS
1993     Hélène Woillot
1994     Marie-Hélène Saller
1995     Gilles Malençon, scénariste du BOUT DU FLEUVE
1996     Christophe Mordellet, scénariste de SILHOUETTES & Éric Vernhes, scénariste du GRAND PROJET
1997     Gilles Malençon, scénariste de L’ÉLUE (The Winner)
1998     LOUISE (Take 2) by Siegfried
1999     LE BLEU DES VILLES (Hometown Blue) by Stéphane Brizé
2000     LE SECRET by Virginie Wagon
2001     LES JOLIES CHOSES (Pretty Things) by Gilles Paquet-Brenner
2002     FILLES PERDUES, CHEVEUX GRAS (Hypnotized and Hysterical Hairstylist Wanted) by Claude Duty
2003     DEPUIS QU’OTAR EST PARTI (Since Otar Left) by Julie Bertucelli
2004     BRODEUSES (A Common Thread) by Eléonore Faucher
2005     LA PETITE JÉRUSALEM (Little Jerusalem) by Karin Albou
2006     LA FAUTE À FIDEL (Blame It on Fidel) by Julie Gavras
2007     LA VIE D’ARTISTE by Marc Fitoussi
2008     JOHNNY MAD DOG by Jean-Stéphane Sauvaire
2009     QU’UN SEUL TIENNE ET LES AUTRES SUIVRONT (Silent Voices) by Léa Fehner
2010     ANGÈLE ET TONY (Angèle and Tony) by Alix Delaporte
2011     17 FILLES (17 Girls) by Delphine & Muriel Coulin
2012     RENGAINE (Hold Back) by Rachid Djaïdani
2013     LES GARÇONS ET GUILLAUME, À TABLE (Me, Myself and Mum) by Guillaume Gallienne
2015     LES COWBOYS by Thomas Bidegain
2016     WILLY 1er (Willy the First) by Ludovic Boukherma, Zoran Boukherma, Marielle Gautier & Hugo P. Thomas
2017     JEUNE FEMME (Montparnasse Bienvenüe) by Léonor Serraille