Portfolio - le Piege de Kerguelen

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Summary

In 1772 that the navigator Yves de Kerguelen, an oceanographer, discovered a lost archipelago in the far south of the Indian Ocean.

 

In his log, he wrote, "These isles are a fearsome trap. We found nothing there and we left nothing there if it weren't for the few cats we had on board. "Two centuries later, the scientists of the " Popchat " mission, specialists in the field, land on the Kerguelen Islands.

 

What was their goal? To trap the cats that became wild in order to observe how they adapted to the freezing climate of the " isles of distress ".

Yet who observes whom?

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Director :  Rob Rombout

    
Assistant Director : Rogier van Eck         Script : Rob Rombout     DOP  Samuel Dravet,  Sound : Griet van Reeth,    Editing : Adriana Moreira de Oliveira   

 

  Sound editing:  Anne-Laure Guégan      Soundmix :  Benoît Bilal, Peter Soldan    Sound studio: Dada      

 

Comments:   Marie-Aude Godard, Rob Rombout, Christian Janssens      Voices: Pascal Perez, Rob Rombout

 

Original Music : Hughes Maréchal,            Producers :   Van Eck / Rombout    Associate producer :   Philippe Crespel

   

 

Festivals

 

Award festival “Man at sea” , Vladivostok, Russian Federation 2000


International Festival Austin, Texas 2001,

 

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