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Dad in Mum February 20 1-4pm
Papa Dans Maman
Director Fabrice Bracq
Producer Fabrice Bracq
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France 6 Mins
2014 French

The middle of the night. Moans are heard behind the parents’ door. Two young sisters are asking questions…

2014: Alcorto Festival Internacional De Cortometrajes (Spain) – Audience Choice Award
2014: Almeria En Corto (Spain) – Audience Choice Award
2014: Festival D’humour De Meudon (France) – Youth Prize
2014: Les Douze Courts De Minuit (France) – Audience Choice Award
2014: Mediu Güeyu Festival De Cine (Spain) – Best Screenplay
2014: Sound & Image Challenge Worldwide (China) – Prix Honorable Mention In Fiction
2015: 12 Months Film Festival (Romania) – 2nd Best Short Movie
2015: Alta Langa Film Festival (Italy) – Audience Choice Award
2015: Artelesia Film Festival (Italy) –
2015: Caostica Shortfilm Festival (Spain) – Special Mention Caostica
2015: Certamen De Cortometrajes El Pecado (Spain) – Best Short Comedy
2015: Ciudad De Soria International Short Film Festival (Spain) – Jury Prize
2015: Clap 89 (France) – Audience Award
2015: Cleveland International Film Festival (USA) – Special Mention
2015: Corto Di Sera (Italy) – Best International Short
2015: Fabriano Film Fest (Italy) – Best Screenplay
2015: Feedback Short Film Festival (Canada) – Best Film, Best Performances
2015: Festival De Courts Metrages De Rambouillet (France) – Jury Prize
2015: Festival Du Court Metrage De Frejus (France) – Audience Choice Award
2015: Festival Du Film Court De L’isle-Adam (France) – Special Jury Mention
2015: Festival Internacional De Cinema De Cerdanya (Spain) – Special Mention
2015: Festival Internacional De Corto De Torrelavega (Spain) – Best Short Comedy
2015: Festival Mundial De Cine Extremo De Vera Cruz (Mexico) – Special Jury Award
2015: Festival Ojo De Pescado (Chile) – Best Short On Childhood
2015: Fic Galdar (Spain) – Best Short
2015: Fic International Short Film Festival (Argentina) – Special Mention Best Interpretation
2015: Fifes (Croatia) – 3rd Price For Category Adult Foreigners
2015: Florida Movie Festival (USA) – Best Short Comedy
2015: Independent Days Filmfest (Germany) – Audience Choice Award
2015: Kingston Film Festival (USA) – Best Foreign Film
2015: La Mirada Tabu (Spain) – Mention Spéciale
2015: La Pedrera Short Film Festival (Uruguay) – Audience Choice Award
2015: Maipu Shorts Comedy Film Festival (Argentina) – Best International Short
2015: Montecatini International Short Film Festival (Italy) – Best Short Fiction
2015: Muestra De Cine Internacional De Palencia Fev (Spain) – Audience Award for Best International Short Film
2015: Phoenix Comicon Film Festival (USA) – Best Comedy
2015: Prokuplje Film Festival (Serbia) – Audience Choice Award
2015: Rofife Rotary International Film Festival (Turkey) – 2nd International Award
2015: Taratsa Film Festival (Greece) – Best Screenplay
2015: The Accolade Global Film Competition (USA) – Award Of Excellence
2015: The Indiefest Awards (USA) – Award Of Merit Special Mention

About The Director
FABRICE BRACQ Fabrice Bracq directed short films and documentaries. In 2012, he filmed Love Birds, a drama set in the near future. Then came the short films Split time and Time 2 Split which have been officially selected in over 180 international festivals and have won several awards. These were followed by the comedy shorts Diagnosis and Dad in Mum selected by 80 and 95 international festivals respectively and the recipients of several audience awards.
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