This year’s Groupe Ouest Annual Selection residency has drawn to a close
- The Brittany-based writing residency has published a booklet detailing the outcome of the work carried out on the seven feature film projects selected in 2022
They’ve clearly worked hard: at the end of several sessions spread across nine months under the aegis of Groupe Ouest - the leading European provider of writing coaching residencies for film and fiction for some years now - the projects from the Annual 2022 Selection (read our news) have made significant progress, and these creative improvements are made clear by the publication of the Booklet (accessible in French and available to download here).
For the record, the projects in question are Belle-Île by Elie Grappe (co-written with Victor Jestin), Une Dinguerie by Rachid Djaïdani, Les Chevreuils by Laurent Slama (also known under the pseudonym Élisabeth Vogler), À moi aussi ça fait mal by Josza Anjembe, Pigeon Wars by Lebanon’s Dania Bdeir, and two animated titles: Le dernier des Cailloux by Caroline Cherrier and Pépite by Cyril Houplain.
Groupe Ouest will also see several of its selected projects from earlier editions springing into action in 2023, with filming kicking off on Les Fantômes by Jonathan Millet (article) and releases or premières on the horizon for Rien à perdre ! [+see also:
interview: Delphine Deloget
film profile] by Delphine Deloget, Time Out [+see also:
interview: Eve Duchemin
film profile] by Ève Duchemin, Chien de la casse [+see also:
film profile] by Jean-Baptiste Durand and Du grand feu ne restent que des braises by Anaïs Tellenne (news).
(Translated from French)
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