Théo, t'es là?

Directed by Julie Lipinski. With Johanna Landau and Malcolm Conrath. Music by Edward Auslender
Eleonore has a rendez-vous with Theo. She rings his bell but he doesn't answer...
For her role in the film, the actress Johanna Landau won the Prix d'interprétation féminine at the Festival des Jeunes Espoirs Européens in Geneva in 1998.


Ne m'appelle plus BB

Directed by Olga Gambis, with Mélanie Thierry. Music by Edward Auslender
Determined to overcome her timidity, which to her mind is the main obstacle to growing up, BB will confront her deepest fear, death. When death appears in the shape of BB's  mother, BB defies her, proving her desire to live differently, to begin everything all over again…

Le Taxi

A film by Gabriel Mamruth, written by Michel Cammeo - with Rodolfo de Souza and François Carré, music by Edward Auslender
A man gets into a taxi to go... nowhere.
We'll never know why he got into the cab... but the short exchange that he shares with an expatriot taxi- driver, as ridiculous as it may seem, quickly becomes of vital importance.
Stationary, the taxi takes us along the most important road of all, the path toward discovering others.

Le Taxi was awarded the Grand Prix at the Valladolid International Festival (Spain), the Prix du public in Montluçon, and the Prix du Jury in Evreux.
It was broadcast on television in Japan (Cinefil), Switzerland (RTSI), and Canada (Radio Canada & ARTV) and was selected in more than 25 festivals throughout the world, including Clermont-Ferrand, VCU French Festival in Richmond (USA), Namur (Belgium), Wilhelshaven and Tübingen (Germany), BBC short film festival (London), Edinbourgh, Rio de Janeiro (Brazil), Soleure (Switzerlland), etc.