Experiencing Interruptions?


In the beginning the mother carries the child and along the way it is possible that this pattern is reversed. The child who has become an adult will bear his mother. It's a movie without words. The bodies will be the vector of history.

  • Audrey Biche
    "Adeline" Best Student Award - Best Film Albert R. Broccoli Award - Best Cinematography. Camera operator - CINEMADAMARE FESTIVAL, 15 cities within Italy/June2019-September2019 : Digital Detox - Best cinematography award (weekly competition) • The Main Course - Best cinematography award (weekly competition) • ISAAC - Best cinematography award (weekly competitionDigital Detox - Best cinematography award (weekly competition) • The Main Course - Best cinematography award (weekly competition) • ISAAC - Best cinematography award (weekly competition)
  • Julie Magneville
    JULIE MAGNEVILLE Trained at ESDC Rosella Hightower, at the CNR de Lyon in contemporary dance and at the Alvin Ailey School, she continues her apprenticeship with Wim Vandekeybus, Ohad Naharin, Shiro Daimon and David Hayo. As a dancer she worked with Donald MacKayle, Max Stone, Matt Mattox, Ralph Paul Haze, Milton Myers, Larrio Ekson, Guillaume Bordier, Bruno Agati, Michael Marso River. She collaborates with the director Pierre Noguéras on the clips "Romeo & Juliette" and on the latest advertising film of the Association Laurette Fugain. His first short film “In Memorium” received the “Best Dance Choreography” award at the Oniros Film Awards and the “Best Choice Audience” award at the Sans Souci Festival of Dance Cinema. On this occasion The Berlin Magazine “Womencinemakers” devotes a special editorial to him.
  • Bénédicte Charpiat
    From the age of 7 Bénédicte Charpiat knows she will be a dancer. She joined the conservatory of Caen in classical dance with Chantal Ruault as teacher. Despite her parents’s reluctance, she would become a professional dancer when she turned 18. In 1986 she discovered musical theater with Jérôme Savary with whom she will create "Cabaret" at the 8th arrondissement theater in Lyon, then at the Mogador theater in Paris as well as on a European tour for 3 years. While continuing her profession as a dancer, she became an actress and collaborated in the theater with directors such as Bernard Bloch, Denis Krief, Eliane Boeri, Pascal Montrouge, Caroline Duffaut, Jacques Vincey, Jacques Verzier or Jonathan Kerr. On TV it is directed by Philippe Triboit, Pascal Chaumeil, Siegrid Alnoy or quite recently Emmanuelle Caquille and Maxime Baudin. In the cinema she turns with Etienne Chatilliez, Isabelle Doval, Diane Kurys, Jean-Marc Moutout, Anne Fontaine and Thomas Langmann. She performs "ELLE" in "Eternal Tango" her first theatrical collaboration with Jonathan Kerr. Then she will be Mrs. Tina in "Piaf Je t'aime" musical show directed by Ned Grüjick, Anna-Maria Mozart in "Mozart l 'Opera Rock". Jacques Verzier offers her the role of La grande Sucette androgynous and mysterious character in Nathalie Joly's "Café Polisson". This musical show, created in the auditorium of the Orsay museum in 2016, was repeated at the L’Epée de bois theater in spring 2019. "WHAT REALLY MATTERS" is his first scriptwriting experience. The particularity of this film is that it is without words. Bodies are the vector of history. A story of bond. From addiction to independence to addiction. It was produced in March 2021 by Audrey Biche and Julie Magneville.
  • Quer Jérémy-Loup
    Jérémy-Loup Quer entered the Paris Opera Ballet School in 2003 at only 10 years old. He attended his classes and benefited from the training of eminent teachers. He joined the Opera Corps de Ballet in 2011 at the age of 18. He participated in classic productions: Cinderella (Rudolf Nureyev), La Fille Mal Gardée (Frederick Ashton), Don Quixote (Rudolf Nureyev), Romeo and Juliet (Sasha Waltz), Sleeping Beauty (Rudolf Nureyev). But also to contemporary productions such as Kaguyahime (Jiri Kylian) or L’Oiseau de Feu (Maurice Béjart). He toured the Opera, notably in Japan, the United States and Russia. He was promoted Coryphée in 2012. Jérémy-Loup Quer at the Varna International Dance Competition in July 2014, won the Bronze medal. In 2016, he received the Carpeaux Prize. During the Promotion Competition in November 2015, he was elevated to the rank of Subject.
  • Bénédicte Charpiat
  • Quer Jérémy-Loup
    Key Cast
  • Bénédicte Charpiat
    Key Cast
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  • Runtime:
    7 minutes 40 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    April 9, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    4,800 EUR
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    No Dialogue
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  • Wild Dogs international Screendance Festival

    Honorable mention
Director Biography - Audrey Biche, Julie Magneville

Born in France 1995 and raised in Barcelona, Shanghai and the Caribbean, Audrey is a young talented cinematographer based in Paris.
She received her bachelor’s degree in cinematography from the École Internationale de Création Audiovisuelle et de Réalisation in Paris.
She speaks English, French, Mandarin and Spanish.
In september 2021 she will fly to Los Angeles to join the American Film Institute.
Son film de fin d’études « ADELINE » a remporté de nombreux prix
dans divers festivals à travers le monde.

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