Albertine Gone

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    Albertine Gone

    Albertine a disparu

    Directed by

    France

    2018

    34 min

    • French

    Drama

    Jean is a fireman whose girl friend Albertine died of a horse accident shortly after having left him. He suffers a great pain because he had serious hopes of her coming back home. It’s a double punishment which he attempts to confess to his fellow firemen between two rescue urgencies. His grief and his doubts gently invade the fire station.

    Awards

    • French Competition Special Mention - FID Marseille

    Festivals

    Credits

    Cast
    Jean Houtin
    Lyna Khoudri
    Salomé Chollet
    Isolde Faria
    Frédéric Divet
    Screenplay
    Véronique Aubouy
    Cinematography
    Hugues Gemignani
    Editing
    Camille Loteau
    Production
    PARAISO PRODUCTION
    Production
    LES FILMS DE LA LIBERTÉ
    Véronique Aubouy

    Véronique Aubouy

    France

    Born in Paris, France in 1961, her work as a filmmaker and artist, in which fiction and documentary often overlap, is imbued with literature, music, performance, photography and video art. Since 1993 she has worked on the ‘film marathon’ PROUST LU, a cinematic work which is now 120 hours in length and parts of which have been exhibited in numerous museums. Her latest film is ALBERTINE GONE (2018), which premiered at FID Marseille in 2018.

    Selected Filmography