Remake of a Summer

// Remake of a Summer

Magali Bragard et Séverine Enjolras // France // 2016
// 96 min // Couleur // HD

Jaquette Reprendre l'été

One summertime, in Paris and its suburbs, two young women filmmakers attempt a remake of Chronicle of a Summer, fifty years after the cult film by Jean Rouch and Edgar Morin. Through their characters, who mingle questions covering the intimate and the political, a portrait of our society mirroring that of the sixties emerges. 

Bande annonce Reprendre l'été from Survivance on Vimeo.

Biography

Séverine Enjolras and Magali Bragard are both holders of a DEA in visual anthropology obtained in 2003 in Paris 10 - Nanterre, under the direction of Jean Rouch. They are both teachers in documentary cinema, they created and organized in 2007 and 2008 a festival of films in the West Bank. Séverine Enjolras has also directed several documentaries, institutional films and films around citizen consultation workshops. Magali Bragard, in addition to his work of realization, is also a stage and press photographer.

Festivals

  • Excellence in Visual Anthropology Award, International Documentary Film Festival Vienna - Ethnocineca, Austria
  • Etats généraux du documentaire, "Doc Monde", Lussas, France
  • Traces de Vie, Clermont-Ferrand, France

News

More than 19 international awards for Mila Turajlic's film since the IDFA 2017, including the Objectif d’or at the Millennium Film Festival, the Fipresci Jury Award in ZagrebDox, the Special Jury Award at Salem Film Fest, the Best Editing & Sound Design Awards at the Belgrade Documentary Festival !

Congratulations to Magali Bragard and Séverine Enjolras for their film Remake of a summer rewarded by the Excellence in Visual Anthropology Award at Ethnocineca International Film Festival of Vienna 2018

 It's official, The other side of everythingby Mila Turajlic will do it's World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival !


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