Le phénomène de Raynaud
Lionel Nakache - 14'
In the middle of a film set during shooting is a car from the 1960's. Inside it, Léa the leading actress is concentrating on preparing her role. An extra takes advantage of a break in shooting to get into the car. She shows Léa her hands : they have turned white from the cold. There is a name for this: Raynaud's phenomenon.
Director not to present this film for Public, the Jury can award the film through private screening.
Lionel Nakache is a French director and screenwriter. His first movie SALTO won the Festival International de Sens (Young Cinema Award) in 2010. In 2014, he directed A LiFE BY HEART, which has been screened at many international festivals and has won three Best Actor Awards, the Label Film MFC 2015, and the Best Film Award at the Cap d'Agde International Cinema and Television Festival. Also in 2015, he directed I'VE GROWN UP, a one-minute short movie shot entirely with a cellphone that won the Mobile Film Festival in 2015, and received the Jury Award at the FilmOneFest in New Jersey 2016.