30 October - 13:00 - Théâtre du cuivre


Léonie Beusquart

Canada | V.O. French | 2023 | 5 min | DCP | color | Fiction | World Premiere

Charles has just moved into his new home, along with his most precious memories. He decides to decorate his new room by opening box after box, but soon realizes that the layout doesn't suit him. An inner quest takes him through a series of states, leading to the construction of a place that represents him. Charles gains confidence in himself, despite the events of the past and the future he had planned for himself.

Director Léonie Beusquart
Cinematographer Pauline Cosson, Liam Goubot
Screenplay Léonie Beusquart
Cast Valentin Bataille, Émilie Both, Charles-Étienne Danis
Artistic director Solène Calpe
Production UQAT
Distribution UQAT


Léonie Beusquart

Currently aged 20, Léonie Beusquart is a French student destined to work in the film and audiovisual world from an early age. For her, cinema has always been a perfect marriage of image and sound, which led her to move beyond the screen and take a behind-the-scenes look at her greatest passion. During her exchange year at UQAT in Canada, she discovered a passion for fiction and in particular the role of director, which she would like to exercise in the future, thanks to her short film, Psyché. She is continuing her studies and intends to complete a Master's degree in Digital Creation before entering the professional world.