Mon Homme (Poulpe) / My Man (Octopus)
Stéphanie CadoretFrance / 2017 / 8' 49''
Tuesday, 06. 06.,
Tuškanac Cinema, 11:00 h
Friday, 09. 06.,
Europa Cinema, 20:00 h
A young woman comes back home. She gets undressed, puts on her swimsuit, and sinks into the underwater depths of her apartment. Overcome by a baroque aquatic flora, her home has become the ecosystem of her spouse: an octopus. Until the following morning, she complies with this hostile, wet and suffocating environment that is now her everyday life with her man (octopus).
Stéphanie Cadoret (1981) graduated from the School of Decorative Arts in Strasbourg, animation at the EMCA and digital arts at the EESI in Angoulême. She explores moving image in her animation in films, real-time performances, as well as academic theoretical research. She experimented with traditional and digital techniques, in audiovisual collaborations, but also in print. Her previous films are: Fin de loup (2009), Rhinocéros (2008).
categoriesGrand Competition Short Film 6