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SHORTS IN COMPETITION: NARRATIVE

INCIDENT URBAIN

Directed by John Lalor
SHORT NARRATIVE 24 Minutes North American Premiere
FILM GUIDE INCIDENT URBAIN
Two enigmatic figures with code names, Costello and the Colonel, bound seemingly by some mysterious revolutionary past, engage in an intense conversation concerning the architecture surrounding them, with possible catastrophic consequences.

A very special thanks to Eric Gautier without him the film would not exist.

Sound designer Nicolas Becker and film editor Guy Lecorne were essential creators in the evolution and fabrication of this film.

Screening before Karpotrotter
Drama, Relationships
About the Director(s)
John Lalor is an Irish artist, born in Dublin in 1961. He has lived in Paris for the last 20 years. His work comprises of paintings in multiples, building scaled models, and publishing text which is then incorporated into his exhibitions. His work has a direct rapport with cinema. His first film, Incident Urbain, affirm his intentions as a visual artist combining cinema and art.

Film Info
  • Section:
    Shorts in Competition: Narrative
  • Year:
    2013
  • Length:
    24 minutes
  • Language:
    French
  • Country:
  • Premiere:
    North American
Cast & Credits
  • Cinematographer:
    Eric Gautier
  • Executive Producer:
    Corinne Castel
  • Assistant Director:
    Jean Michael Donahue
  • Cast:
    Jean Francois Stevenin, Andre S. Labarthe
  • Composer:
    Chris White, Nicolas Becker
  • Associate Producer:
    Irish Arts Council
  • Editor:
    Guy Lecorne
  • Screenwriter:
    John Lalor
  • Director:
    John Lalor
  • Line Script:
    Christelle Meaux
  • Script Supervisor:
    Mathias Sanderson
  • Producer:
    John Lalor

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