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A Dill Pickle

Un Cornichon Malossol

  • 2014
  • France
  • 13 mins
  • French

Short Film Competition

Claire Tatin
Claire Tatin
Robert Rizo, Claire Tatin

Sonia, a lonely and sensitive personality, finds by chance the man with whom she shared her 6 years before. Resentment, desire, bitterness, anger, despair, all appear in veiled terms. “A Dill Pickle” shows something very sensitive and delicate with fleeting but deep emotions. These subconscious intense moments are the core of life.

After having spent her earlier years in Berlin, the South of France, Costa Mesa CA and Paris, her passion for literature and author cinema led Claire Tatin to the dramatic arts at the age of 20. She acted in short films and web-series. Recently she was the short voice-over of the DOP Stanislas Cadeo’s last film, and recently the woman in the short film “Paris ! Not Love” . She is also making a career as a stage actress. “A dill pickle” is her first film as a director.

Awards

2015 San Francisco Film Award (USA) – Award of Merit in the New Filmmaker Category 2015 Portobello Film Festival (UK)
2015 Middle Coast Film Festival (USA)
2015 Fort Worth Indie Film Showcase (USA)
2015 Ferfilm International Film Festival (Kosovo)
2015 “KIN” Women’s International Film Festival (Armenia)
2015 Pink City International Short Film Festival (India)
2015 Access Code Film Festval (India)
2015 Pune International Film Festival (India)

Reviews

INTERVIEW WITH CLAIRE TATIN

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