Three series whose visual effects were made by our teams will be previewed at the TV Fiction Festival which will take place in La Rochelle from September 13 to 18, 2022!
Notre-Dame, la Part du feu – Netflix (September, saturday 17th at 5pm)
The series takes place during the night of the Notre Dame fire. It tells us the story of men and women who have their own fire to put out. In parallel to the fight that the fire department of Paris leads against the burning of the Cathedral, we follow characters who will have to go to the end of themselves. They will fight, love, cross paths, hate, smile or help each other… to finally have a chance to rebuild.
To be discovered on Saturday, September 17th at 5pm at La Coursive! (This event screening is open to the general public)
Les Papillons noirs – Arte (Thursday, September 15th at 6:30pm)
Adrien, 40 years old, a tormented novelist, writes about the lives of famous people while waiting for inspiration. An old man hires him to tell him his greatest love story: Solange, the story of a lifetime… Albert’s story turns out to be the confessions of a couple of serial killers in 1970s France. Between fascination and repulsion, Adrien must face the facts: this “novel” has everything to be good.
To be discovered on Thursday, September 15 at 6:30 pm at La Coursive! (This event is open to the general public)
Miskina, la pauvre – Amazon Prime Video, 8×26′
This is the story of Fara, 30 years old. Without an apartment, without a job, without a guy, but with a strong myopia. With her grandmother, her mother and her sister on her side 24/7, it’s time for her to move on and start making choices. Between her best buddy who might be the man of her life and this new guy who’s a little bit crazy and falls in love with her. Between taking care of her mother who is still stuck on the past and reconnecting with her father. Between constantly telling herself stories and finally facing the truth. When life keeps slapping you in the face, you have to take charge and stop being a miskina.
To be discovered on Wednesday September 14th at 6:30 pm at La Coursive! (This event screening is open to the general public)
You can meet Anaï Cabanes and Fabrice Van Nieuwenhove, executive producers at MPC Paris, during the festival!
More info on the festival: https://www.festival-fictiontv.com/
The ticket office: https://www.festival-fictiontv.com/billetterie-grand-public/