Tombent les heures
Blanca Camell Galí (ES)
Tombent les heures
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The young woman wanders round the town, going from bar to bar, from waste grounds to other streets, never finding the one she loves. Her desire cannot find its object, but the city allows her to forget her solitude. People stopped, danced, disturbed or took part in the shoot. If cinema stops everyday life, then here it is everyday life that catches up with us, like this young woman, lost in these post-industrial streets, confronting the inhabitants of a working class, Arab Montreuil, in the chaâbi music bars where the oud is almost no longer heard. Somewhere, a poet is improvising in the street.

The people of Montreuil, Mustapha Salmi, Ahmid Chaib, Saïd Djouad, Rachid et Mouhad Hamad, Patoche, Tarik Tamine, habitués of the bars Au Bon Accueil, Bar Fleuri, The Doors, and Le Manhattan, musicians Faso Ouattara, Karamogo Kouyate, Mohammed Kouyate, Franck Zilberschlag and the Mairie de Montreuil.

The whole wonderful film team, Marius Loris, Léo Loris, Anolga Rodionoff, Montserrat Galí, Jordi Camell, Carme Galí, Marta et Pau Camell Galí, Júlia Losada, Catarina Boieiro, Louise Piguet, Tom Pouget, Anaïs Ang, Thomas Dunoyer, Béla Tarr, François Bonenfant, Guylaine Huet, Blandine Tourneux, Mario Valero, Miguel Armas, Maxime Martinot, José López Pizarro, Olivier Cheval, Francisco Rodríguez, Melisa Liebenthal, Camila Rodríguez Triana, Mili Pecherer, Marina Smorodinova, Thanasis Trouboukis, Yohei Yamakado, Ricardo Giacconi, Clément Vieille, Juan Pablo Villegas, Maia Flore, Madeleine Van Doren, Daniel Dobbels, Frédéric Sabouraud, Eugénie Zvonkine, my fellow students and the personnel at Le Fresnoy.

Blanca Camell Galí
Blanca Camell Galí Espagne
Promotion Michelangelo Antonioni

Born in 1990, Blanca Camell Galí studied cinema at Pompeu Fabra University in Barcelona, where she obtained her degree with a short film titled L'oreig (IBAFF Festival, Murcia, L.A. OLA Festival, Los Angeles). She continued her training at the cinema school ECAM in Madrid then at the Université Paris 8. Her second short film, Ídols, won the Prize for Best Female Lead at the Côté Court short film festival, and has been selected for festivals such as the D’A in Barcelona.

Production : Le Fresnoy, Studio national des arts contemporains