WHO'S IN THE FRIDGE
AFTER 20 years of journalism and photo-journalism for magazines, Philippe LAMENSCH became a scriptwriter for the screen and tv, and in 2008, a filmmaker.
Legend of John the Inverted, the first film he directed, was selected in more than 65 festivals from Sao Paulo to Singapore and Madagascar to Sweden, won five major awards in European festivals and was broadcast in Belgium, France (CANAL +) and Germany.
About a spoon, his second film, was the first one he produced through his company Zanga Productions - in co-production with RTBF (Belgian Television) and a funding by the Wallonia-Brussels Federation. Festivals in Belgium, Spain, Greece (Cinematic Achievement Award in Thessaloniki), Armenia, Italy, Romania and France.
Who's in The Fridge? is his third film (Zanga Productions - in coproduction with RTBF) ; Festivals, so far, in Belgium, Spain, Greece, Germany. Broadcast in Belgium (RTBF) France and Germany (ARTE). Cinematic Achievement Award in Thessaloniki.
Two of his feature scripts were nominated for major scripts prizes France, The African Shadow for the Grand Prix du Meilleur Scenario de Television, The Swimming Lesson for the "Grand Prix du Meilleur Scenariste". The Swimming Lesson was selected for the Script Station of the Berlinale Talent Campus.
He wrote episodes of a serial for young audience produced by France 2 and Disney Channel and assisted Thierry Michel for his documentary Congo River.Filmography:
Cindy is allowed to leave the Women’s Mental Ostopital to spend the weekend with her husband Alex.
Back home, it seems that her state hasn’t improved.
She still sees men spying on her everywhere in the kitchen. Men with cameras ! There’s even one in the freezer!
Alex is upset: six months of priceless electroconvulsive therapy, exquisite drugs, perfect icy baths, admirable padded cells for nothing!
Wait, wait...is there really no-body in this bloody fridge?!
And who’s the nutsiest here ? The woman who comes from the Mental Ostopital ? Or the man who send her there ?
(well, maybe is the Director ; one will not be surprised if he was institutionalized after the screening...)
- Runtimes: 15'
- Color(s): Colors
- Country(ies) of production: Belgium
- Original Language(s): English / French
- Subtitle(s) available: English / French / Spanish
- Audience: General Audiences
- Format(s) available: Bluray / DCP / ProRes HD
Artistic & Technical Crew
- Screenplay: Philippe Lamensch
- Cinematographer: Zvonock K.L.
- Sound: Philippe Vandendriessche
- Editor: Marjorie Cauwel, Philippe Lamensch
- Producer: Françoise Duelz, Philippe Lamensch
- Coproduced by: ZANGA Productions, ODUCTIBelgian Television