La Détente
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    In a trench during the first world war, a French soldier becomes paralyzed with fear. His mind disconnects from reality and escapes to a world wh… Read More
    In a trench during the first world war, a French soldier becomes paralyzed with fear. His mind disconnects from reality and escapes to a world where wars are fought by toys. "La Détente" is an animated short movie produced and directed by Pierre DUCOS and Bertrand BEY. The film was created with technical support from KAWANIMATION, sound design by "Face B", and original music by Patrick STEMELEN. Read Less
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"La Détente" is an animated short movie produced and directed by Pierre DUCOS and Bertrand BEY. The film was created with technical support from KAWANIMATION, sound design by "Face B", and original music by Patrick STEMELEN.

In a trench during the first world war, a French soldier becomes paralyzed with fear. His mind disconnects from reality and escapes to a world where wars are fought by toys.

Animation Award, RUSHES SOHO SHORTS 2012, London
1rst Prize, SiciliAmbiente 2012, Luglio, Italy
Best Film Award, CICDAF 2012, Changzou, China
Teen Award - CINEJEUNE 2012, St Quentin
Public Award - CINECOURT 2012, Roanne
Best educational Award - ANIRMAU 2012, Spain
Jury Special Award - LARISSA 2012, Larissa, Greece
Best International Award - CORTOONS 2012 Roma
3rd Prize - ANIMFEST 2012, Athens
Best Animation Award, L'ombre d'un court 2012, Jouy en Josas
Public Award - Trois jours trop courts 2012, Castres
Public Award - Exterieur Nuit 2012, Bordeaux
Best of Show Award - SIGGRAPH ASIA 2011, Hong kong
Children Award - Festival national du film d’animation, Bruz, France
Jury Special Award - IAF 2011, Istanbul
Best Environment Design Award - View awards 2011, Turin, Italy
Best Animation Award - 6th Sapporo International Short Film Festival 2011, Japan
Jury Award - OFF Court Festival 2011, Trouville
Jury Special Award - Les Percéides 2011, Québec
Best Short film Award - Festival du film francophone d’Angoulême 2011, France
Official Selection Annecy 2011, France
Official selection Clermont-Ferrand 2012, France