Zombillenium, the Halloween theme park, happens to be the one place on earth where real monsters can hide in plain sight. When Hector, a human, threatens to disclose the true identity of his employees, the Vampire Park Manager has no other choice but to hire him. To see his daughter, Hector must escape from his Zombies and Werewolves coworkers.
- Enfants Terribles Award for Best Film - Gijón IFF
- Emmanuel Curtil
- Kelly Marot
- Alexis Tomassian
- Alain Choquet
- Mathieu Monnaert
- Arthur de Pins
- Alexis Ducord
- Benjamin Massoubre
- Eric Neveux
- Mat Bastard
- MAYBE MOVIES
- UDI - URBAN DISTRIBUTION INTERNATIONAL
Boasts a rock-solid concept and some of the most appealing character design in recent memory.
Sharp, social and rock'n'roll.
Arthur de Pins is a French illustrator and comic book author, born in 1977. Before turning to illustration for advertising and media productions, Arthur de Pins began his career with cartoons and has made three short films (including THE CRAB REVOLUTION (which won awards in over fifty festivals), TV pilots (DREW CAREY'S GREEN SCREEN SHOW) and character designs (for the TV show Magic). From his cartoonist background, he keeps the freshness and expressiveness of characters as well as a taste for derision that we can find looming in all of his drawings. His love for creating characters paired with his desire to see them through picaresque circumstances have naturally led Arthur de Pins to thrive in the comic books field through three successful series: the erotic series Péchés Mignons (published by Fluide Glacial), the gloomy and fancy Zombillenium (Dupuis) and the animal fable La Marche du Crabe (Noctambule).
His film ZOMBILLENIUM, which he co-directed with Alexis Ducord, had a special screening at the 70th Cannes Film Festival.