Océane

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    Océane

    Océane

    Directed by

    France

    2013

    105 min

    • French

    Comedy

    Océane, a young girl from the Parisian suburbs, gets dumped on a highway station. She then follows a stranger, Oliboy, an odd forty-something musician who is about to do a summer tour in the South West region of France. She will discover his life philosophy in an authentic isolated surf camp ; a timeless summer paradise. This story of emancipation against the backdrop of surf and rock music uncovers the tracks of Océane's chaotic family past.

    Credits

    Cast
    Lou Lesage
    Olivier Clastre
    Diana Laszlo
    Kevyn Diana
    Théo Costa-Marini
    Mélanie Torök
    Fary Brito
    Phillip Schurer
    Tito Larriva
    Sophie Verbeeck
    Richard Cléret
    France de Griessen
    Loïc Rojouan
    Stéphane Maury
    Gilles Herit
    The Sticky Boys
    Screenplay
    Philippe Appietto
    Nathalie Sauvegrain
    Cinematography
    Antoine Sanier
    Editing
    Philippe Appietto
    Nathalie Sauvegrain
    Sales
    MPM PREMIUM
    Production
    REZINA PRODUCTIONS
    Production
    GARANCE CAPITAL
    Production
    MAJE PRODUCTIONS
    Production
    LA CLAIRIERE PRODUCTIONS

    Press

    A quirky and glam rock version of CAMPING which feels genuine.

    Laurent Dijan, StudioCiné Live

    Nathalie  Sauvegrain

    Nathalie Sauvegrain

    France

    Nathalie Sauvegrain is a director and photographer (a.k.a Natydred) who spent the 70's in Alsace and the 80's in Bordeaux. Based in Paris for about 20 years, she enjoys travelling and puts human relationships at the heart of her work.

    Passionate about fixed visuals and the moving image, she enjoys experimenting with both and has developped over the years an exciting relationship with photo and video shooting.

    After completing a degree in Audiovisual Studies, she worked as a journalist for Bronx agency and took up on photography while delivering both written and visual work for her articles. She then specialized in shooting portraits of musicians for French publication Rock & Folk and quickly stepped into other fields such as advertising, landscape & fashion photography.

    Once an established commercial photographer, she chose to delve into more personal projects, this leading to several exhibitions of her own work in galleries.

    After updating her skills in video, she shot for Arte TV and is now directing music videos along with a wide range of corporate films for Louis Vuitton.

    Philippe Appietto

    Philippe Appietto

    France

    After acting as Marketing executive for French TV channel Canal Plus from 1985 to 1991, Philippe Appietto choses to switch to directing by creating numerous TV shows for channels France 2, France 3, Canal Plus, Disney Channel, TMC and TPS Star.

    Truly passionate about music and film, he then goes on shooting several TV shows revolving around film such as LE CLUB DE CINE CLASSICS or the news program on theatrical releases CINE-CINEMAS with Philippe Dana and Patrick Brion.

    He also collaborates with music critic and radio host Philippe Manoeuvre on various music shows such as TOP BAB and THE ROCK PRESS CLUB and covers the independant rock scene for the channel Canal Jimmy. A regular contributor of Canal Jimmy, he creates and develops for 10 years the iconic magazine DESTINATION SERIES by Alain Carrazé.

    A TV buff at heart, he then moves to the USA to direct FAMILY BUSINESS, an influential documentary about TV series The Sopranos.

    Afterwards, he goes back to writing and directing countless shows for channels Téléton and Canal J and develops innovative projects for Warner (Kayenta Production) in which he will mix cartoon characters and real life actors (Thierry Lhermitte, François Berléand, Julie Ferrier...) either inside traditional sets or in 3D.

    He is currently a regular contributor of European show LE BLOGUEUR for German & French TV channel Arte.