"Grön" and " Dessin d’enfant" shown at the Short Film Festival for Young Audiences
Two short films made by LISAA Animation & Video Games Paris students have been selected for the Short Film Festival for Young Audiences.
THE STAINS SHORT FILM FESTIVAL FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
Supported by the city of Stains, the Short Film Festival for Young Audiences aims to promote discovery and education through culture. Every year, the mayor, Azzedine Taïbi, invites young students to attend this cultural event and discover a selection of international short films.
Through this one-of-a-kind festival, the city of Stains strives to enable young people to "learn about art and cultural and artistic activities" and thus "allow them to sharpen their critical sense and thus participate in the development of their imagination and their cultural and social development," says the mayor in a statement.
More than just a film screening, the young people of Stains will also vote for the short film that they liked the most.
Among the short films selected this year, two animated films directed by LISAA Animation & Video Games Paris students will be screened from 8th to 19th April 2019.
"GRÖN" COMPETING IN THE 8 TO 11-YEAR-OLD CATEGORY
Grön is the name of the last zoo on Earth, one which was created from scratch by a multinational and where nature was made by scientists.
Directed by Thibaud D'Orlandi and his team: Eva Da Silva (Animation Colourist, Background), Sarah Hamadi (Colourscript, Compositing), Margaux Malaise (Logo Concepts, Animation/FX, Editing, Compositing) and Manon Collin (Colourscript, Compositing), Grön is competing in the 8 to 11 age category.
"DESSIN D’ENFANT" COMPETING IN THE 5 TO 8-YEAR-OLD CATEGORY
Dessin d’enfant tells the story of Simon. This shy little boy doesn’t dare go and play with Ellie. So he tries to find courage in the world that he draws.