WHO’S IN IT?
Omar Sy (Untouchable), Bérénice Bejo (The Artist), François Damiens (Heartbreaker), Sarah Gaye (film debut), Keyla Fala (film debut), Néotis Ronzon (film debut), Philippe Vieux (Mike), Philippe Uchan (Haute Cuisine), Lionel Laget (Calomnies), Philippe Hérisson (OSS 117: Lost in Rio), Asia Amans (film debut)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Michel Hazanavicius (The Artist), director, writer; Noé Debré (Dheepan) and Bruno Merle (Héros), writers; Jonathan Blumental (Eternity) and Philippe Rousselet (Source Code), producers; Howard Shore (Hugo), composer; Guillaume Schiffman (Populaire), cinematographer; Anne-Sophie Bion (Redoubtable), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Every night before bedtime, single father Djibi (Sy) and his young daughter Sofia (Fala) venture to the imaginary world of Storyland, a fantasy film studio where their extraordinary stories come to life, with Djibi inhabiting the role of Sofia’s Prince Charming. However, three years later, a nearly-teenage Sofia (Gaye) begins to grow out of her father’s stories, and starts to dream up her own tales where Djibi is no longer the hero, leading him on a quest to forever remain the hero of his daughter’s life and stories…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Michel Hazanavicius, the Oscar-winning director behind Best Picture-winner The Artist, returns with a delightful family adventure about the important of imagination as well as the realities of growing up.