Festival International du film pour enfants de Montréal - 2020
Festival de Cannes, Écrans Juniors - 2019
Prix du public à Mon premier festival - 2018
Lois, 16, has only one dream: becoming an astronaut. However, although she’s gifted in physics, she has a big problem: Lois weighs over 200 pounds – a family trait she’s inescapably stuck with. Then, just when everything seems lost, Lois meets Amélie, Stannah, and Justine: three teenagers shattered, like her, by life’s tough breaks; yet ready for anything in order to leave with her for outer space…
Direction & Screenplay
Marie-Sophie Chambon joined FÉMIS in screenwriting to tell stories about ordinary young girls with extraordinary fates. First, as a co-writer (À peine j'ouvre les yeux, Leyla Bouzid, released in 2015 and three times award winner in festivals) before directing three short films, including Princesse, which was awarded Jury Award for Best Short Film at Saint-Jean-de-Luz International Film Festival. In 2019, she directed her first feature film Stars by the Pound.
Anaïs Carpita has been working partly in cinema, partly in television and loves join forces in order to tell stories since she graduated at FEMIS film school in 2010 (screenwriting department). In cinema, she contributed writing for Mariage à Mendoza (Edouard Deluc, 2013) and Going to Brazil (Patrick Mille, 2015). She is currently rewriting a feature film La vraie vie de Romain Delange with Nathalie Baye (Les films de Pierre).
100 kilos d'étoiles
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