La Nuit, tous les chats sont roses  (All Cats Are Pink in the Dark)
Guillaume Renusson
France 2015, digital, color, 20 min., OV w/English ST – Austrian Premiere

Publikumspreis „Bester Kurzfilm“ – Festshort Berlin Film Festival
Best Music, Best Cinematography – GRAND PRIX Kinoma
Special Jury Mention – Bermuda Intl Film Festival
Audience Award – Mali tout court
Students’ Award – Festival des 24 courts
Young Audience Award – Festival Itinérances d’Alès
Audience Award – Festival de Bondy La New School
Prix des Lyceens “Best Short Film” – La Semaine du Cinéma Paris
Audience Award – GRAND PRIX Kinoma

17-year-old Alice doesn’t feel comfortable with her body. As she gets ready for an internship interview the next day, her mother makes her change her baggy clothes for a tight-fitting skirt suit. Alice can’t take anymore and storms out of her house to get some air. That’s when she meets Lola...

Guillaume Renusson
Director and screen writer. His first movie A Moment of Silence – a one minute short movie shot entirely with a cellphone – won the Mobile Film Festival in 2013 and the Hong Kong International Mobile Film Award in 2014. He then directed After Class, a 17 minutes’ film on the “choking game” with Solal Forte, Alice Isaaz and Ernst Umhauer, selected for many international festivals (Palm Springs, Rhode Island, Singapore, Berlin, Bermuda, Philadelphia, CinéBanlieue…). His third short movie, All Cats Are Pink in the Dark tells the encounter of Alice (Roxane Duran), an insecure teenager, and Lola (Loïc Corbery de la Comédie Française), a transvestite; two kinds of womanhood in search of themselves. Guillaume is currently working on a new short film and on the screenplay of his first feature.

06/16 6:00 PM / Metro Kino Historischer Saal

Guillaume Renusson

Written by: Guillaume Renusson, Clément Peny.
Director of Photography: Noé Bach.
Edited by: Joseph Comar.
With: Roxane Duran, Loïc Corbery de la Comédie-Française, Agathe Bodin, Cyrille Thouvenin.