Paris Surf & Skateboard Film Festival 5e édition / 24-27 Sept.20

PSSFF 2019

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Séance documentaire


Tant qu’on ira vers l’Est

Mehdi Rondeleux
Documentaire · France · 2017 · 65’

The camera follows Tao, a blooming artist travelling by the means of her skateboard. Along the way they make insightful encounters and live unique experiences, through a variety of colours, landscapes, creative initiatives and incredible mouvements coming to sight progressively within their journey.

Screening in the presence of the director

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Programme de courts métrages 2


Changing Point

Rebecca Coley
UK · 2017 · 17’ (vostf)

An inspirational story of Bonne Gea, a young woman who blazed her own trail and threw off the constraints of society and the traditional role assigned to her to become the first Indonesian Women’s Surfing Champion and inspire a new generation of female surfers.




Bickford Park

Linsey Stewart & Dane Clark
Canada · 2017 · 12’ (vostf)

A woman secretly starts taking skateboarding lessons from a handsome teenager to escape the problems in her marriage.




The Beginning is Always Today

Cédric Jereb
France · 2018 · 10’ (vostf)

Man, have you ever think about how is to be a skater girl when the majority of skaters are men ? Women, you are not alone. This film is a documentary presenting caroline king, 18 years old, living and skating in Santa Cruz, California.




Trash

François Jaubert
France · 2018 · 24’

François quits his job as an architect to accomplish his personal legend, which is to transform pieces of cardboard into a surfboard. He then leaves for a long trip that will take him to California, to Mexico et to the Landes beaches. A unique experience that shows the usefulness of waste in surfing.




Séance documentaire


Minding the Gap

Bing Liu
Documentaire · USA · 2018 · 98’ (vostf)

Three young men bond together to escape volatile families in their Rust Belt hometown. As they face adult responsibilities, unexpected revelations threaten their decade-long friendship.

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Film de clôture


A Scene at the Sea

Takeshi Kitano
Fiction · Japon · 1991 · 101’ Avec Hiroko Ôshima, Claude Maki, Sabu Kawahara, Toshizo Fujiwara

A young deaf mute dustman falls into an obsessive passion for surfing. Fueled by the kind look of his fiancée, deaf mute as well, the young man gets better, from exhausting learnings to harassing contests, all the way until the sea splits them.

Closing film

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Paris Surf & Skateboard Film Festival 5e édition / 24-27 Sept.20

L’Entrepôt, Paris 14e