The Service des Objets Trouvés is the Parisian office that collects the most unthinkable objects lost during daily trips to the metropolis. Many remain abandoned, others are brought back to the world by their owners, full of joy. With a Wisemanian eye, the director finds an unprecedented angle through which to describe the population of a large city and its relationship with objects.
- POPOLI Doc Home Video Distribution Award (Italian Competition) - Festival dei Popoli
- Gli Imperdibili Prize (Italian Competition) - Festival dei Popoli
Laura Lamanda, after having written or collaborated in the production of short films, documentary medium films and video installations, She co-wrote the documentary film FAMILLE (2009) by François Farellacci. In 2013 she co-wrote and collaborated in the direction of the documentary film LUPINO (2013) by François Farellacci (CINE + diffusion, in international competition at Vision du réel, CINE + award and Youth Jury award at the Brive Festival). In 2012 che published the novel Aeroracconto dell'amore fatale (Edition Fandango Libri). She has also collaborated on the screenplay of the fictional feature film TITO E GLI ALIENI (2018) by Paola Randi. Her latest film is LOST AND FOUND IN PARIS (2020).