a film by Méryl Fortunat-Rossi & Xavier Seron
Jean-Paul is different. His father is his mother.
He deeply loves dogs. But he prefers beer.
When the moon is bright, Jean-Paul lit up too.
Tomorrow he won’t remember anything.
SACD Prize – Brussels Independent Film Festival, Best Actor – Namur, Audience Award and Best Actor – Brussels Short Film Festival, etc…
« We wanted to start with a plot that seemingly belongs to the pure fantasy genre, and give it a more realistic turn, somewhere between fairytale and farce. It’s a tragicomical portrait of a lonely guy who drunks himself into oblivion and then gets to believe he’s a were-wolf. »
Xavier Seron & Méryl Fortunat-Rossi
Xavier Seron is a director and screenwriter born in Brussels in 1975. After law school, he joined the IAD (Institut des Arts de Diffusion – Belgium) in 2001. In 2005, his graduation film « Nothing Insoluble » was awarded on numerous occasions and selected at over fifty festivals worldwide (including Venice). In 2007 he wrote and directed with Christophe Hermans « The Crab ». In 2008, he collaborated in writing the feature documentary « The parents » of Christopher Hermans and co-wrote « The Good-Fellow-Ship of Dust », a short film by Jacques Molitor (selected at Locarno Film Festival). For Bouli Lanners, he directed « The Eldorado according to Jean-Jacques », the making of the film « Eldorado ». Right now, Xavier prepares « Je me tue à le dire », his first feature film and « Dreamcatcheurs », a documentary about Belgian wrestlers.
Born in Arles on the 24th April 1979, Méryl Fortunat-Rossi is a French director and screenwriter. He discovered photography in high school before turning to film. Between 1998 and 2000, he co-directed three amateur short films He studied in Belgium at the Institut des Arts de Diffusion (IAD) between 2001 and 2005. He lives in Brussels where he divides his time between television (RTBF) and his own projects.
Created in 2002 by Anthony Rey, Hélicotronc is an independent company that produces short and full-length fiction and documentary films. In conjunction with a group of creative directors, it develops authors’ projects on a wide variety of topics. It also takes part in the coproduction and executive production of foreign feature films and TV films shot in Belgium. To this day, Anthony has produced more than 20 short films.
- a film by : Méryl Fortunat-Rossi et Xavier Seron
- with : Jean-Jacques Rausin, Philippe Grand’Henry
- produced by Anthony Rey - Hélicotronc