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La Vy au loup

CAMILLE DE PIETRO | CM | 00:19 | 2013 | SWITZERLAND
Synopsis

How do we make sense of our lives when we leave childhood behind? Can that child we were still live and survive in the adult we become? These are the questions I confront in my film. I make use of a place: a farm populated by childhood memories, scene of a hypnosis session lived at the age of eleven. This landscape serves as a trigger for me to explore layers of consciousness. My film is about returning to the scene of my childhood, a re-discovery in situ – a memory, a dream, a trauma under hypnosis.

Credits
Director: Camille de Pietro
Production: GoldenEggProduction
Cinematography: Gabriel Lobos
Editing: Thomas Bertay
Sound: Sergio DaCosta
Sound mix: Philippe Ciompi
Sound Editing: Adrien Kessler
Colorgrading: Raphaël Frauenfelder
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Bio | Filmography

Biography

Camille is a twenty years old student. When she was only a child, she literally fell in love with the filmmaker, Charlie Chaplin, her first contact with the cinema world. It is in high school that she will begin making films, in a workshop hosted by her school. Once her first film finished she decides to dedicate herself fully to her passion which has become cinema.

Filmography

La cuisine des rêves, fiction 10′, 2012
Nature Humaine, fiction. 4′, 2011
Marie la Monochrome fiction, 8′, 2009

News

Chute (Strangers) awarded in Locarno

• Pardino d'Oro | Pardi di Domani

Spectrum

• is selected for the Alliance 4 Development program of the Locarno Festival 2021

Menschenskind ! (Our Child)

• Official Selection at Visions du Réel & DOK.fest Munich

Spectrum

• Selection to the Torino Script Lab 2020

Laissez-moi

• Selections to the Coproduction Village of Les Arcs 2019 & Atelier Grand Nord 2020

Putin's Witnesses

• Nomination to the European Film Awards

Silent Storm awarded in Locarno

• Pardino d'Argento | Pardi di Domani

The Jarariju Sisters awarded at the Berlinale

• Special Mention of the International Jury

Putin's Witnesses

• Official Selection at TIFF 2018
• Grand Prix for Best Documentary at Karlovy Vary IFF

Dressed for Pleasure awarded at the Berlinale

• Special Mention of the Youth Jury