Friday, 11th November, 17:30, Art Cinema Kolarac, Belgrade
Monday, 14th November, 20:30, Yugoslav Film Archive, Belgrade
Friday, 11th November, 18:00, The Museum of Contemporary Art of Vojvodina, Novi Sad
Wednesday, 16th November, 19:00, Niš Cultural Centre, Niš
Miss Impossible (fic.)
Director: Emilie Deleuze
Subtitle: Serbian, English
Cast: Léna Magnien, Patricia Mazuy, Philippe Duquesne, Catherine Hiegel, Alex Lutz
Screenplay: Marie Desplechin, Emilie Deleuze, Laurent Guyot
Producer: Patrick Sobelman
Director of Photography: Jeanne Lapoirie
Editing: Frédéric Baillehaiche
Music: Olivier Mellano
Production name: Agat Films & Cie, Ad Vitam Production
Distribution: Five Stars Film Distribution / fivestarsfilms.rs
Aurore may not get the best marks, but she’s certainly not dumb. She has a keen way of observing and commenting on her surroundings – on her parents, the boys, her French teacher and herself too. Defiantly stubborn, Aurore tests the boundaries and discovers in the process that she can let off steam with music and that she is not actually ‘frigid’. The film is based on the popular French trilogy of adolescent novels Le journal d’Aurore and features Catherine Hiegel and Alex Lutz.
After shooting her first short film, Un homme faible in 1984, Emilie Deleuze studies film directing at the French school, La Fémis. In 1994, she directs for Arte the TV film L’incruste, penultimate chapter of the TV serie All the boys and girls of their time. In 1999, her first feature film New dawn is screened at the Cannes Film Festival in the Un Certain Regard section. She wins the Fipresci Award. Her second feature Mister V, was selected in the Locarno Film Festival in 2003. Emilie Deleuze has also directed several short films, amongst which Letter to Abou for the Tv serie Pas d’histoires! 12 regards sur le racisme au quotidien screened in 2001.
In 2009, she shoots Unlikely Roommates, a TV film for Arte starring Luce Radot and Michel Galabru.
In 2013, she directs Tout est permis, again for Arte, a comedy starring Marcuak Di Fonzo Bo, Catherine Jacob and Judith Chemla.
Festivals and awards:
Generation – Special Mention, Berlin Film Festival, 2016
Young Audience Award, European Film Academy, 2016
Toronto International Film Festival, 2016
Cannes Junior, 2016
Melbourne International Film Festival, 2016
Told entirely from Aurore’s perspective, Miss Impossible feature plenty of clever voice over in which Aurore passes judgement on the adult world and the casual injustices of adolescence. She may be cynical, but her humour keeps her buoyant, loveable, and entirely relatable. She often had me laughing and her company is delightful.
Alex Heeney, Seventh Row
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