Caroline Poggi was born in Ajaccio in 1990; Jonathan Vinel in Toulouse in 1988. They have directed a number of short films, both separately and together. The aesthetics of violence, weapons and the world of video games are found in their works, but never to the detriment of love, friendship, clan and family. In 2018, their first feature Jessica Forever was selected in competition at TIFF and in the official selection at the Berlinale.Two short film programs will be screened to (re) discover the personal and common worlds of the two filmmakers. A discussion moderated by Emilie Poirier will follow the screening of their co-directed films.
In a gymnasium, a prince and his group are training to commit an attack.
| 10 minutes | 2012
An imaginary portrait of Ashlynn Brooke.
| 4 minutes | 2012
| 24 minutes | 2011
Imagine one day, you wake up and all your friends have disappeared. Friends that were supposed to be there, are not. You look for them everywhere. In all hidden places around the city. In all the ponds, all the rivers, you look, but you don't find them....
| 16 minutes | 2017
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