Bastien Dubois, Souvenir Souvenir‘s director

« Remembrance is an issue at every time and place, and for every generation. »

Nominated for the Oscar of best short movie in 2011 with “Madagascar, Carnet de Voyage”, Bastien Dubois has just won an award at the Sundance Festival with his new installment, “Souvenir Souvenir”. In this beautiful film, the internationally renowned French prodigy uses a combination of several technics to animate a very personal reflection about the Algerian war’s legacy. For La Fête du court-métrage, to attend online until March 30th, the director told us about his work.

Interview: Juliette Cordesse

Interview : Juliette Cordesse

Temps de lecture 5 min

Bastien Dubois


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