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LES PETITS CAILLOUX

THE LITTLE STONES

(2013)

A film by Chloé Mazlo

Cesar Award for Best Animated Short - Les Césars (France, 2015)

Genre(s): Animation / Documentary

• Theme(s): Illness / Medecine

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LES PETITS CAILLOUX

  • Chloé Mazlo

    Biography:

    Born in 1983 in Paris, Chloe Mazlo studied graphic design at the school "Arts Decoratifs" in Strasbourg from 2002 to 2007. Her final-year student film L'AMOUR M'ANIME was selected in more than 20 festivals and screened on Canal+. In 2010, she made BEIROOT, animated documentary presented as a travel diary in Lebanon, her parents' country of origin. This movie has known a great success in festivals, selected more than 60 times and rewarded 7 times. While preparing is next movie FAIRYTALE FOR AVERAGE PEOPLE, based on an unfinished short story of Boris Vian, she performs videos installations and creates successful games for children as "Astropolo".

    Filmography:
    2015: Fairy Tale for Average People

Festival(s) & Award(s)

  • 2015: Les Césars Cesar Award for Best Animated Short

Synopsis



Chloé is a young woman who lives a happy and carefree life, enjoying the pleasures it brings her. But a visceral physical suffering makes her bend little by little, disrupting her carefree life. She finds herself forced to carry the weight of her fathomless illness. Where does this mysterious illness come from? Will Chloé succeed in getting rid of it?

Technical Specs

  • Runtimes: 15'
  • Color(s): Colors
  • Sound: 5.1
  • Country(ies) of production: France
  • Original Language(s): French
  • Subtitle(s) available: English
  • Audience: General Audiences
  • Format(s) available: DCP / HDCAM

Artistic & Technical Crew

With: Chloé Mazlo, Franc Bruneau, Nicolas Pariser, Lucie Borleteau, Karl Mazlo, Liem Trinh, Hermès Mazlo, Sébastien Charlot
  • Screenplay: Chloé Mazio, Sébastien Laudenbach
  • Costume Design: Julie Bataille, Chloé Mazlo, Bérangère Henin
  • Editor: Olivier Blaecke, Chloé Mazlo
  • Sound: Florian Billon
  • Mixing: Xavier Marsais
  • Producer: Jean-Christophe Soulageon

Company Credits

  • Produced by: Les Films Sauvages