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.
It's damned hot. Streets are oddly empty. Palms are suffering and shotguns crying. Joshua wants to die but doesn't want to leave his brother Maël alone. Meanwhile he meets with a gang : the Icebergs.
| 30 minutes | 2014
Lucas is the son of the famous pornographer Pierre Woodman. This is his story.
| 24 minutes | 2016
Laëtitia, Roca, Nico, and Naël get together in a wasteland for their final rehearsal. The group will soon no longer exist because Laëtitia is going faraway to study. A story of these young adults who don't want to say goodbye.
| 21 minutes | 2017
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