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Big Up

France
Director: Julie-Anne ROTH
20 min. 2014,
with dialogue, French, English subtitled
Producer: Thomas Verhaeghe, Alain Benguigui, Nicolas Leprêtre
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Screenplay: Julie-Anne Roth
Cinematographer: Grégoire de Calignon
Editor: Thomas Marchand, Akrivi Fili
Cast:
Julie-Anne Roth, Marie Denardaud, Maurice Barthélémy, Anne Benoît, Lucie Cherboeuf, Alma Jodorowsky, Alexandre Steiger, Florence Muller, Cyril Guei, Christiane Millet, Laurent Papot.

Ten days in Romy's life, a thirty-six-years-old woman. A few months earlier, her mother broke up with her. Since then, Romy has no news from her. This absence forms the pattern of Romy's life. Ten days of a legal and administrative marathon, that turns obsessional, to get a mother back; a mother who does not even want to be one. Ten days for a transformation: a girl who becomes a woman, a woman who finally understands that someone's happiness cannot be made despite oneself, and certainly not despite her own mother.

Major screenings, presentations:
  • Festival de Saint-Jean-de-Luz 2014 (France)
Julie-Anne ROTH

After studying literature at the french university La Sorbonne in Paris, Julie-Anne Roth joined the troupe of Pierre Debauche and performed her first great roles (Victor Hugo, Aristophane, Copi, Shakespeare).
In 1993, she made her debuts with the French directors Patrice Chereau (La Reine Margot) and Cédric Klapish (Le Péril Jeune). As she continued to advance her career in cinema and theatre, in particular playing several Shakespearean heroines (for Dan Jemmett, Stuart Seide or Adel Hakim), she joined the Conservatoire National Supérieur d'Art Dramatique (National Drama School) and graduated in 1999. Those years spent studying drama allowed her to stage plays by Franca Rame and Dario Fo, including Alice au pays sans merveille.
Julie-Anne steadily continues to make her mark both on cinema and theatre (The syrian bride, by Eran Riklis, Les vivants et les morts, by Gérard Mordillat, David and Mme Hansen, by Alexandre Astier, C'est quoi la vie?, by François Dupeyron); she also wrote her own play, On ne me pissera pas éternellement sur la gueule, which was rewarded by the CNT and the Prix de Guérande awards in 2012.
In 2013-2014, she wrote and directed her first short film, Big Up, produced by Sombrero Film/Manufactura.

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