Three student films selected for the FICAM Festival in Meknes
This year, three films made by students from the animation degree course were selected at the Meknes International Animated Film Festival.
Meknes International Animated Film Festival
An unmissable event for animated cinema held in Meknes, the Meknès International Animated Film Festival (FICAM), co-organised by the Institut Français and the Aïcha Foundation, has been showcasing animation for 18 years.
Over six days, enthusiasts, schoolchildren, students and professionals attend exclusive screenings of short films, feature films, meetings with professionals, debates and exhibitions.
For 18 years, FICAM has established itself in the world of animation and brings together the big names in animation from around the world every year.
Selected student projects
For its 18th edition, FICAM has selected three films made by students from the animation degree course at Atelier de Sèvres.
The pitch: November is a sad month. A man is stuck there, alone, in denial. He must reclaim a space thought of, and lived in, together.
Written and directed by Salomé Hammann, Valentine Vendroux and Manon Weck.
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The pitch: The room is empty and the garden is filled with a familiar strangeness. Disconcerted, it is in these places that he begins his progressive self-discovery.
Written and directed by Laura Passalacqua.
The pitch: Two children in the first year of primary school, Ruben and Cassian have heated debates. Will their friendship be able to triumph over these annoyances?
Written and directed by Marine Beaucaire, Noémie Blondel, Clara Franciosi, Aymeric Gesbert and Lisa Gross-Bourgeois.