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ThE

day

todaY

Au jouR d’aujourd’hui

a film by Maxence Stamatiadis

SYNOPSIS

2024 in the suburbs of Paris. 88-year old Suzanne is a technology addict. Glued to her screens, she shares kitten videos, learns about Bitcoin and devotes herself to the romance of reality TV. But none of that can fill the void of losing Edouard, her husband who died 10 years earlier. One day, Suzanne discovers a new app « The Day Today » which promises to bring loved ones back. Edouard returns, but he’s not quite the same man.​

TRAILER    PRESS KIT

 

WORLD PREMIERE

International Film Festival Rotterdam - June 2021

INTERNATIONAL FESTIVALS

New Horizons Film Festival, Wrocław - August 2021

IndieLisboa - August 2021

Beldocs International Documentary Film Festival &

Belgrade Museum of Modern Art - September 2021

fifib - October 2021

Thessaloniki International Film Festival, November 2021

Singapore International Film Festival, December 2021

AWARDS

Thessaloniki International Film Festival 2021:

- Silver Alexander Award 

- Audience Award

CONTACT - FESTIVALS, SALES & PRESS

Oyster Films - Christina Demetriou

PRODUCTION

Agathe Berman Studio - Agathe Berman

Bad Manner’s - Neïl Beloufa and Louis Baudemont

Hutong Productions - Lucie Rego and Pauline Tran Van Lieu

CINEMATOGRAPHY : Marine Atlan

SOUND : Benjamin Feuillade

EDITING : Elsa Jonquet and Maxence Stamatiadis

SOUND MIX : Adam Wolny

COLOUR GRADING : Graziella Zanoni

GRAPHICS : Hugo Blanzat

Written and directed by Maxence Stamatiadis

 

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ABOUT THE DIRECTOR

Maxence Stamatiadis is a French-Greek director born in 1988 in Paris. He graduated from École nationale supérieure des Arts Décoratifs (ENSAD) in Paris in 2012. His short films have been selected and awarded in festivals such as Locarno, IndieLisboa, Clermont-Ferrand, Thessaloniki and Valladolid, and presented as special screenings at the Cinémathèque Française in Paris. His other works include video installations that have been shown in art fairs such as the Salon de Montrouge.
THE DAY TODAY is his first feature film.