Directors, Délia Hess and Marine Louvet, begins a regional incubator residence for their new short film Le Jour où le ciel m’est tombé sur la tête in Mentorship with director Denis Walgenwitz.
Marine studied literature and communication. After an experience in festival programming, she co-wrote and co-direct a first short fiction film, Plein Noir. For several years and in parallel with the development of her projects, she accompanies the development of documentary films for television and writes for young audience cinema.
Delia is passionate about drawing and animation from an early age. She graduated in 2012 from the University of Arts and Design in Lucerne. She then worked as an animator, illustrator and director in Lucerne and directed her own films in parallel. His short films have all been selected and awarded in international festivals.
Le Jour où le ciel m’est tombé sur la tête is an optimistic tale, the film tells what we have all been able to know following a change: the crushing, then the renewal and our ability to recover.
This film, produced by SMAC Productions, received a regional incubator residence. The directors, Délia Hess and Marine Louvet, will be in residence from March 21th to March 31th, 2022.
Le Jour où le ciel m’est tombé sur la tête by Délia Hess and Marine Louvet
SMAC Productions / 12' / drawing on paper, computer 2D
A little boy, his mother holding his hand firmly. It’s cold and grey in the cemetery. As the father’s body reaches the earth, in a grandiose crash, the sky falls on the child’s head. Nailed to the ground, nose to nose with the sky, he must then redouble his efforts and imagination to succeed in recovering.