FANTASTIC FUTURES – JOSÉPHINE DARCY HOPKINS

Short films | 69 Min | DCP
Schikaneder
Fr,24.09.▸18:00
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Joséphine Darcy Hopkins is a Franco-British director and screenwriter member of the collective “Les Films de la Mouche”. She directed numerous award-winning short films and recently co-wrote Fabrice du Welz’s new feature film Inexorable. She is currently in the process of financing a new short film as well as finishing the script of her first feature film. Putting a spotlight on three of her short films–coming-of-age body horror Margaux (co-directed by Rémy Barbe and Joseph Bouquin as “Les Films de la Mouche“; Jury’s Prize at Paris International Fantastic Film Festival), sensitive creature feature The Day My Mother Became a Monster (Méliès d’Argent at the Razor Reel Film Festival), and Cloud, a fantastical road trip that confronts the specter of death (Audience Award at the L’Étrange Festival of Paris)–this program showcases Joséphine Darcy Hopkins’ unique style and clear vision as a writer and director.

In attendance of Joséphine Darcy Hopkins


MARGAUX
Rémy Barbe, Joseph Bouquin,
Joséphine Darcy Hopkins | FR 2016 | 17′


THE DAY MY MOTHER BECAME A MONSTER
Le jour où maman est devenue un monstre
Joséphine Darcy Hopkins | FR 2017 | 24′


CLOUD
Nuage
Joséphine Darcy Hopkins | FR 2020 | 29′


 

Screenings

Schikaneder
Fr,24.09.▸18:00