En / Ru
logo
En / Ru
Menu
Close
Short Film Competition 16+

Après nous, le déluge

Félix Fattal
Unmistakably French in its melancholy, this treatment of an apocalyptic subject (the film takes place after some kind of global disaster) takes La Jetée as its primary reference. Like Chris Marker, Félix Fattal builds a dynamic story from static images in Après nous, le déluge. The near-total lack of movement encourages the viewer to look into the texture of the image itself, lending it a haptic quality.

Félix Fattal was born in 1994 in France. Aside from his academic work at the Sorbonne, Fattal’s artistic research, both visual and sonic, explores themes such as the body, courtesy and eroticism in the digital age. He is a co-founder of the artists’ association Limagorium, through which he has had the opportunity to collaborate on projects as a screenwriter, director and sound designer.

Félix Fattal was born in 1994 in France. Aside from his academic work at the Sorbonne, Fattal’s artistic research, both visual and sonic, explores themes such as the body, courtesy and eroticism in the digital age. He is a co-founder of the artists’ association Limagorium, through which he has had the opportunity to collaborate on projects as a screenwriter, director and sound designer.

Year:
2019
Country:
Greece
Length:
17'
Language:
French
Subtitles:
Russian
Director:
Félix Fattal
Script:
Félix Fattal, Quentin Saujet
Producer:
Sarah Belot
Cinematography:
Alexandre Cambron
Cast:
Lucie Corrigan, Lukas Dana, Marc Susbielle
Short Film Competition
Fiction, documentary and experimental films in the shorts competition
Learn more