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THE GAS STATION

(2016)

A film by Djinda Kane

Genre(s): Comedy

• Theme(s): Encounters

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THE GAS STATION

  • Djinda Kane

    Biography:

    Of Polish and Senegalese origins, Djinda Kane was born in 1989 in Dakar where she lived until she was 15 and moved to Paris. Since her early childhood, she has acquired and developed a taste for writing. She also began modelling at the age of 10 (catwalk, photo, television, advertisement, fitting). A few years later, in 2010, during her bachelor's at l'EICAR, the International Film Institute of Paris, she received training in screewriting in addition to acting. From the age of 18, as an actress, she was immersed in the realm of film shooting and acquired a global knnowledge of its technical process as well as a strong creative sensibility.

    Filmography:

Synopsis



A disgruntled gas station attendant gets a visit from an abrasive party girl looking for justice.

Technical Specs

  • Runtimes: 8'
  • Color(s): Colors
  • Ratio: 1,85:1
  • Sound: 5.1
  • Country(ies) of production: France
  • Original Language(s): English
  • Audience: General Audiences
  • Format(s) available: ProRes HD

Artistic & Technical Crew

With: Djinda Kane, Sébastian Marx
  • Screenplay: Djinda Kane, Nick Zagone
  • Cinematographer: Yoan de Montgrand
  • Editor: Matthieu Boivineau
  • Sound: Lucas Schmaus, Renaud Duguet, Louis Deurre
  • Producer: Pauline Seigland, Lionel Massol

Company Credits

  • Produced by: Films Grand Huit