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SHORTS IN COMPETITION: NARRATIVE

THE SECOND LIFE OF THE SUGAR BOWL

Directed by Didier Canaux
SHORT NARRATIVE 13 Minutes International Premiere
FILM GUIDE THE SECOND LIFE OF THE SUGAR BOWL
Very early in the morning, a flea market in the Parisian suburbs is busy preparing itself for a long day. All before dawn, an eclectic mix of objects are sorted and organized, ready to be bartered. There, an old man assembles a collection of odd objects that he carefully puts in his bag. What is he concocting with this array of recycled junk? The answer might be waiting for us in an anonymous suburban house, where his granddaughter is asleep. His treasure is going to open up the doors to a wonderful world that only she can fully grasp.
Drama
About the Director(s)
Didier Canaux (b. 1960, Paris) studied at the beaux-arts de Paris before attending the School of Visual Arts in New York. In 1995, he moved to London to work as a set designer on music videos and commercials. He works in Paris as a commercial director. This is his first short film.

Film Info
  • Section:
    Shorts in Competition: Narrative
  • Year:
    2007
  • Length:
    13 minutes
  • Language:
    French
  • Country:
  • Premiere:
    International
  • Connect:
Cast & Credits
  • Editor:
    Martine Rousseau
  • Producers:
    Guy Pechard, Christophe Audeguis
  • Art Director:
    Lydwine Lagergerie
  • Principal Cast:
    Phillippe Clay, Andrée Damant, Elisa Heusch
  • Director of Photography:
    Eric Dumage
  • Sound Design:
    Nicolas Berger, Edouard Morin
  • Music:
    Arthur H & Luc Meilland
  • Screenwriter:
    Didier Canaux

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