The endless days of youth

MIÉRCOLES 22 | CINEMEX INSURGENTES – SALA 6 | 21:30 HRS. | 72 MIN.

JUEVES 23 | CINEMEX INSURGENTES – SALA 6 | 15:30 HRS. | 72 MIN.

The endless days of youth

France | 2017 | DCP | Color – B&W | 72 min | Léa Forest, Cosme Castro

Director: Léa Forest, Cosme Castro
Script: Léa Forest, Cosme Castro
Producer: Sylvain Lagrillere, Lucas Tothe
Cinematography: Balthazar Lab
Music: Flavien Berger, Lou Rotzinger
Edition: Guillaume Lillo
Cast: Joris Avodo, Léa Forest, Antoine Reinartz, Justine Bachelet, Georges Hashke, Victoire Du Bois
Production Company: Punchline Cinéma

Synopsis
A group of friends set off on a bike ride to have “shared lucid dreams”; in the midst of nature. The idea consists on dreaming consciously, as a group, during their sleep. When they dream, Don Quixote makes an appearence into their imaginations.

Léa Forest
Following her encounter with Nazim Boudjena, from the Comédie Française,Nazim quickly becomes Léa’s first theatre mentor. In 2009 she writes and directs a play for 8 year at La Blanchisserie in Ivry Sur Seine. Sophie Sahada, the new owner of the Théâtre des 5 Diamants, soon discovers the troop and invites them to pursue their work in her theatre space. In 2010, Léa meets her second theatre mentor: Delphine Eliet and trains at l’Ecole du Jeu. She participates in a workshop in masked theatre with Mariana Araoz, a student of Mario Gonzales, and also learns buto with the dancer and choreographer, Cecile Loyer. Since June 2011, she is a confirmed member of the “Happy Actors” improve and performance troop l’Enjeu, created, orchestrated and directed by Delphine Eliet which takes place in the 104 cultural centre in Paris.

Cosme Castro
Son of Chilean theatre director, Oscar Castro, Cosme Nicomedes Castro grew up in Ivry, France making the stage of the Theatre Aleph his second home. In 2008, he takes on the pseudonym of Pablo Nicomedes, but soon returns to his real name. With a group of friends, he creates the Big Purple Van Club in 2009, a web concert series for radio in a purple van that they drive around Paris. Fascinated by science-fiction stories, he cowrites a monthly sci-fi series, Purple UFO, with his brother, which is broadcast on Radio Campus Paris from 2008 to 2009.

Festivals
Locarno Festival