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Jean-François Laguionie will be here in person to present his new feature, accompanied by Dominique Frot, the voice actress of the main character.

Louise, the latest 2D animated painting film by Jean-François Laguionie, is holding its world premiere at the Annecy Festival.

Delicate poetry is the best way to describe this feature about Louise, an old lady who misses the last train and gets stuck in a deserted seaside town at the end of summer. The weather quickly turns, the high tide comes in and cuts all electricity and any mode of communication. To survive, Louise must master natural elements and solitude. Memories come flooding back during her adventure and an unexpected companion comes along.

Dominique Frot, the voice actress who plays Louise, will be joining the filmmaker at the screening. Laguionie, a regular in Annecy – where several of his short and feature films have been in competition and won awards – is also holding an exhibition at the Musée-Château: "The Poetic Worlds of Jean-François Laguionie".

So you’re invited to discover his world on the screen as well as experience it through his exhibition.



  • Jean-François LAGUIONIE
    Jean-François LAGUIONIE

  • Dominique FROT
    Dominique FROT


The film

  • Film identity

    Original title: Louise en hiver

    Directed by: Jean-François LAGUIONIE

    Country: France, Canada

    Year of production: 2016

    Running time: 01 h 15 min

  • Technique

    Category: Sneak preview

    Techniques used: 2D/3D computer

    Version: Version originale française sous-titrée anglais

    Process: Colour

    Target public: Teens, Adults, Family, Young adults

  • Credits

    Directed by: Jean-François LAGUIONIE


    Distribution: GEBEKA FILMS

    Artistic direction: Lionel Chauvin

    Script: Jean-François Laguionie

    Graphics: Jean-François Laguionie

    Storyboard: Jean-François Laguionie

    Layout: Johanna Bessière

    Sets: Jean-François Laguionie

    Animation: Johanna Bessière

    Compositing: Matthieu Tremblay

    Music: Pascal Le Pennec, Pierre Kellner

    Editing: Kara Blake

    Voice: Dominique Frot