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Way of Tea, The (Les Fremissements du the)
Directed by
Marc Fouchard

France / 2014 / 20:39

East Coast Premiere
In French with English subtitles

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A small town in Northern France, Alex, a young skinhead, enters Malik’s grocery store.
Fond of design and animation since he was young, Marc Fouchard was selected in 1998 for Milia in the "Club of Young Creators" at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes. After, he became a freelance animator and worked with the art collective "leconfortmoderne".

It was a natural progression for him to move from design and animation to film and directing. He enjoys sharing his knowledge by teaching at the Paris VIII University and by giving conferences.

After a few short movies that he produced himself, the production company "Existenz" gave him the opportunity to realize "Personne(s)" and "Les Framissements du Tha". Marc is currently finishing writing two feature films.

Cast/Featuring: Hassam Ghancy, Leon Garel, Frederic Boismoreau, Vincent Haquin, Chantal Surville, Jean-Louis Garcon, Aimen Derriachi, Mehdi Fettah, Adrien Urbin
Producer(s): Matthieu Devillers
Director(s): Marc Fouchard
Screenwriter(s): Marc Fouchard
Cinematographer(s): Thomas Collard
Editor(s): Coban Beutelstetter
Production Designer(s): Benoist Buttin
Composer(s)/Music: Vincent Girault
Sound Designer(s): Nicolas Besse
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