Festival international du
court métrage au saguenay

Synopsis

Aniksha is a young woman from the Indo-Mauritian diaspora. After her arranged marriage, she finds a job at a call centre, a blooming industry in Mauritius. There, she encounters her enigmatic supervisor and discovers a world of possibilities. This new world view places Aniksha between the choice of a traditional or a modern lifestyle.

Production :
Vincent Toi and Guillaume Collin
Distribution :
La distributrice de films
Music :
Tobias Rochman
Sound designer :
Simon Gervais
Cast :
Neeshi Beeharry and Laurent Lucas
Editing :
Daniel Dietzel
Cinematographer :
Antoine Ryan
Producer :
Guillaume Collin and Vincent Toi
Director :
Vincent Toi

In competition for :


FIPRESCI award

Jury award

Public award

Direction
  • Vincent Toi

    Vincent Toi is a Canadian filmmaker who comes from Mauritius. His films address the complexity of human relations on postcolonial islands. The worldwide premiere of his previous short film, The Crying Conch (2017), was in the Berlinale Shorts competition, and was after screened in more than thirty festivals. Vincent won the Most Promising Director of a Canadian Short Film award at the 2017 Vancouver International Film Festival.

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