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“Fanny’s Wedding”

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Written by: Olivier Brunet 27. March 2004
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Original title:
"Le mariage de Fanny". Alternative foreign language titles: “Fanny’s Wedding”. Filmed in: 65mm, 5 perforations, 24 frames per second. Principal cinematography filmed in: 65mm. Presentation format: 70mm & 35mm scope. Aspect ratio: 2,21:1. Country of origin: France. Year of production: 1996/2000. Released by: Unifrance Film. World premiere (Release date): May 2000, LA.
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Producer: Olivier Brunet . Director: Olivier Brunet. Screenplay: Olivier Brunet. Director of photography: Vincent Jeannot. Film editor: Olivier Brunet & Pierre Molin. Music: Misc 20th century classical . Sound: Pierre Choukroun. Art direction: Jean Noel Vincensini. Narrator: Dominique Blanc. Production company: Arane Productions. Executive producer: Véronique Failliot. First Assistant director: Valéry Gaillard. Concept and scenario: Olivier Brunet. Based on: Works by T. Bernhard/M. Duras/P.Levi. Story: Olivier Brunet. Camera assistant: Frédéric Grosso. Camera operator: Vincent Jeannot. First assistant cameraman: Luc Pourrinet. Camera technician: Jean-René Failliot. Stills photography: Grégoire Alexandre. Choreographer: Jesus Hidalgo. Gaffer: Frédéric Lemaire. Casting: Dominique Blanc, André S. Labarthe, Doette Brunet, Jesus Hidalgo. Main title design: Olivier Brunet. End title design: Olivier Brunet. Opticals: Arane
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Filmstock: Eastman Kodak 65mm. 65mm negative developing & processing: Gulliver. Optical printing: Gulliver. Negative cutter: Patrick Thauvin. 70mm film assembly: Jean-René Failliot. Color timer: Isabelle Julien. Color by: Gulliver. Number of 70mm prints: 3. Number of 35mm prints: 7. DTS consultant: Didier Roux. Sound system: DTS. 70mm running time: 18'. 35mm running time: 18'. Distributor: Unifrance Film. Copyright number: 101 526 
 
Notes about the filming: The film was shot using almost all the available film formats from B&W Super8 to colour 65mm (around 30% of the film was actually shot on 65, the rest was blown up internegatives from different 16 and 35 masterpositives, most being optically altered using different techniques - reframing, slow-motion, etc.). It took me 6 years to achieve this "labour of love". Three prints are available in 70mm, including one with english subtitles that was once screened at the Egyptian in LA.

Awards: 3 first prizes (in Vendôme, Toulouse and London) + 7 other prices and 40 festivals selections
 
Synopsis: “All I know, I’ve written down. What remains to be learnt, I cannot tell”. In her house close to the edge of the cliff, Fanny remembers Simon, her fiancé. “They” took him away on their wedding day, a long time ago, during wartime. “So far, curiosity has kept me alive” she says. But now she thinks that her time is passed, “all is finished”. Between fiction and experimental cinema, “Fanny’s wedding” describes a mental landscape based on the lives and works of Thomas Bernhard, Primo Levi and Marguerite Duras, mixing the extraordinary sharpness of 70mm photography and the grainy, dirty aspect of black and white super 8.
 
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Olivier Brunet
19 rue Beauséjour
76130 Mont Saint Aignan - France
Tel : 33 (0)2 35 98 76 81
Mobile : 33 (0)6 66 80 63 69
 
 
 
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