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Fairy Tale For Average People

Conte de Fées à l'Usage des Moyennes Personnes

(2015)

A film by Chloé Mazlo

Adapted from the eponyme short story of Boris Vian

Genre(s): Children's / Comedy

• Theme(s): Love

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Fairy Tale For Average People

  • Chloé Mazlo

    Biography:

    Born in 1983 in Paris, Chloe Mazlo studied graphic design at the << Arts Decoratifs >> in Strasbourg from 2002 to 2007. Her first film Love animes me, performed during her year of graduation was selected in twenty festivals and broadcast on Canal +. In 2010, she directed Deyrouth an animated documentary, as a diary's trip to Beyrouth in Lebanon, the town of origin of her parents. Deyrouth had a successful career in national and international festivals (more than 60 selections, 7 prizes). She ends with The little stones, 2015 French cesar of best animated short, her autobiographical trilogy. She also realizes videos installations and creates applications for children as << Astropolo >> and << Albert >>. Conte de fees a l'usgae des moyennes personnes adapted from the eponym Boris Vian's novel is her first animated fiction.

    Filmography:

Synopsis



Traumatised by a painfull breakup, Joseph decides on stepping out of his house, and finding some sugar in order to remove bitterness from his life.

Technical Specs

  • Runtimes: 14'
  • Country(ies) of production: France
  • Original Language(s): French

Artistic & Technical Crew

With: Anthony Peskine, Hermès Mazlo, Arnaud Dubois, Bérengère Hénin and Lucie Borleteau.
  • Screenplay: Yacine Badday & Chloé Mazlo
  • Music: Florian Billon, Fanny Lefebvre