The International Festival of Films on Art - 39TH Edition from March 16 to 28, 2021


France | 2018 | 9 min
- Without dialogue
Other: Amandine Albisson
Director: Ugo Bienvenu, Félix De Givry


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Canadian Premiere
Presented with the support of the Consulate General of France in Quebec City.

The Human Race is extinguished and only maintenance robots inhabit the Planet Earth. At the Palais Garnier, every evening when night is coming, Mikki the robot screens on the stage the mysterious pictures of a dancer.


Félix De Givry

Born in Paris in 1991, Félix de Givry is the co-founder of the Record label Pain Surprises, created in 2011 while he is completing his diploma at the Paris Institute of Political Studies. He got a small part in Olivier Assayas’s movie Après Mai (2012), then, at 22, the lead role of Eden by Mia Hansen-Løve (2014). In 2017 he made his first short-film, Journée Blanche. This movie was selected at the Festival Côté court in Pantin (and won the Prize for best Actor for the performance of Tara Jay Bangalter) and obtained the Swann d’Or Award for Best Short-movie at the Cabourg Film Festival in 2017. L’Entretien is his second short-film as movie director.

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Ugo Bienvenu

Ugo Bienvenu studied at the Ecole Estienne, the CalArts and the Ensad Institute. He made short-movies, video clips and advertisings. He also designed graphic novels, published by Denoel Graphic and illustrator. He contributed to several projects for Marvel, Disney, Universal, Canal +, Arte, Hermès, Holiday, Thierry Mugler, XXI, L’Obs, le Silencio, the Annecy Festival, GQ, Feuilleton and Télérama.

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