Chloé Mazlo (Les Films Sauvages)
2016, FRA, 11'13''
A jeweler tells his children the story of a diamond. An existential perspective of the history of the precious stone, supported by the voice of a storyteller prone to digression ...
Draguljar svojim otrokom pripoveduje zgodbo o diamantu. Eksistencialna perspektiva o zgodovini tega dragega kamna, podana z glasom pripovedovalca, nagnjenega k oddaljitvam ...
Born in 1983 in Paris, Chloé Mazlo studied graphic esign at Strasbourg’s Arts Décoratifs from 2002 to 2007. Her first short film, L’amour m’anime, was brodcasted in Canal+ (FR). In 2010, she directed Deyrouth, an animated documentary in the form of a trip journal to Libanon. It was prebought by France 2 and it was selected in more than 60 festivals. Chloé finishes her autobioraphical trilogy with The Little Stones, César 2015 for Best Animated Short Film. She also follows her drawing practice and créâtes with succès children applications like « Astropolo » and « Albert ». Fairytale for average people, based on the eponymous novel by Boris Vian, is her fist animated fiction. Diamenteurs marks her return to autobiography.