Director BIO: Greg Tudéla (BREAKDOWN)

Director Biography – Greg Tudéla

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Director :

2016 : Pétage (short-film)
2016 : Sketches French Foot Federation, DELASOURCE Production
2016 : KARLITO (film for Fendi), ELLE international Production (PIXAWAY PRODUCTION)
2015 : OUT (short-film)
2015 : PROJET GEM : Web serie for TOTAL (TOUT OUIE Production)
2015 : Web serie for Banque Populaire (TOUT OUIE Production)
2015 : Advertising KIT and COCO (webcast)
2014: La gueule de l’emploi by Constance & D.Mourier, 35 sketches (Téva Tv)
2013 : Web series « Jean-Pierre Bienferre » for La Banque Postale
2012 : Trav’Elle Guide (NY-LONDON-MILAN-PARIS), web series for ELLE Int.
2009-2010 : « T‘as rien de mieux à faire ? », 40 Sketches (Youhumour diffusion)
2007: Les Folles inventions du Professeur Cogito. 27 episodes. (Gulli tv)
2007-08: « A chacun son rythme », 50 episodes (M6 tv)
2006: Corporate film « Pulsion S-Max » for Ford.
2006: « Un nom, une adresse » (short-film), Grand Prize of 48h Film Festival.
2006: « Un toit, c’est tout », 20 episodes, Fondation Abbé Pierre. (TF1 – M6)
2003: Deuxième chance (short-film) with Armelle Deutsch.
2002: P.froid (short-film), Canal Plus.

Screenwriter : 

2016 : Triptyque (Play) et Pétage (short-film)
Since 2014 : Commissariat Central (sketch comedy for M6) Kabo productions
2015 : Une nuit d’amour (film)
2013-14 : PEPS’ (sketch comedy) for Ango Productions. TF1
2007: Les folles inventions du Professeur Cogito. (27 episodes). Gulli.
2002-2003: Deuxième chance & P.froid (short-films). Canal Plus.
2001-2002: Showrunner of Fort Boyard. FRANCE 2.
2000-2002: Showrunner of Minikeums. FRANCE 3.

Short Film: SOCKS, 9min., Czech Republic, Comedy

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Socks, a Czech dark comedy, follows the regrettable Jiri through an eventful and surreal day, exploring his failing marriage and the fact that all of his socks have mysteriously vanished.

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Short Film: GAMES WE PLAY, 9min., Denmark, Drama

We follow Johan, an 11-years old boy through a sunny day with his two friends, Felix and Clara. The three kids find a dead bird on the street. Johan, our main character, has the idea for a funeral. They go to a forest near by to search for other dead animals and find a dead mouse. They end up arranging a funeral for the dead animals. The funeral happens in a playful manner. Johan and Felix have a competitive friendship. They both want to impress Clara and prove themselves. Later, the kids walk out of the forest to a field. Before that the tension between Johan and Felix has grown. At a field they pass by, stands an old bathtub full of water. Felix suddenly puts his head under water to see how long he can hold his breath. After that he brags about the time he could hold his breath. Feeling the pressure of Felix and Clara’s attention, Johan decides to go under water as well. Johan gives it a second try. This time Felix pushes him down. He is trying to humiliate him and doesn’t let go. A fight develops while Johan is under water. Clara interrupts the situation, but Johan doesn’t raise his head out of the water. Later, Clara and Felix walk alone through the forest. Further away from them walks Johan. He takes a different path than the others. He wanders back to the animal’s graves from before. Johan destroys them and walks back into the forest. The film deals with the discovery of self-mortality, exploring death through kids’ eyes and playful interpretation of adult rituals.

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Short Film: TEA & COFFEE, 9min., UK, Drama/Family

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Tea & Coffee explores how a young British Indian woman struggles to come to terms with the deteriorating health of her strict Hindu father, and the difficult choices she has to make along the way.

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European Festival Testimonial – June 11, 2018

From Director director Jelle Bleyenbergh (THE FLOW)

I smiled. And I was happy to hear a woman recognised one of the locations, and that the film gave her the feeling she had when she was there. Job well done, it seems!

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video:

RSVP European Film Festival: Monday June 25, 2018

The FEEDBACK Monthly Film Festival is back for 2018.. Our home is The Carlton Cinemas, located in the heart of downtown Toronto at 20 Carlton Street. The event runs from 7pm to 9pm.

Continuing to showcase the best of short films from around the world, while maintaining our audience feedback format moderated by Kierston Drier. Showcasing a festival twice a month in Toronto in 2018!

Tickets for 2018 are PAY WHAT YOU LIKE.

If you like to obtain seats in advance and pick them up on the day of the event (come for FREE, or make a donation), please email us at forwards@wildsoundfestival.com and we’ll reserve seats for you.

You can pick up the tickets on the day of the event at the cinema. Tickets are first come, first serve. This festival has sold out 72 out of its last 75 events!

You will be able to buy alcohol (beer, wine, liquor), popcorn, candy, and refreshments before the show.

Here is the full program of films. Festival starts at 7pm sharp!

FIRST ACT PROGRAM SERIES


BURIED, 14min., UK, Thriller/War
Directed by Stuart Everitt

In present day northern France, a young boy discovers a rifle while playing on the beach, setting in motion a story of revenge, regret and fear dating back to the horrors of World War II.

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AINHOA, 19min, Spain, Drama/Thriller
Directed by Ivan Sainz-Pardo

Ainhoa is 9 years old and she has left home, bringing only her school bag and a Playmobil. Ainhoa is a story that, instead of trying to put children to sleep, tries to wake up the adults.

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STREAM OF DOUBTS, 11min., France, Drama/Fantasy
Directed by Joseph Catte

A young woman needs your help to find her life purpose. STREAM OF DOUBTS is a drama short-movie about your place in the cosmos. Sort of.

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SECOND ACT PROGRAM


MEASURE, 2min, UK, Horror/Drama
Directed by Shelagh Rowan-Legg

A woman contemplates how to end her relationship with her wayward partner.

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LIFE ON MARS, 16min., Spain, Drama
Directed by Jose Manuel Carrasco

What do you think is the desire of every human being?

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VINDICTE, 26min., Germany, Drama/Family
Directed by Ange-Regis Hounkpatin

18 years old, goes to class in the military high school of Natitingou. One day, she learns that her father has just been murdered. Has she just joined her family in Cotonou than a popular prosecution is put together in order to avenge the memory of the deceased. Facing the helplessness of the police, Awa decides to take part in it.

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The event runs from 7pm to 9pm on Monday June 25, 2018

Short Film: AINHOA, 19min, Spain, Drama/Thriller

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Ainhoa is 9 years old and she has left home, bringing only her school bag and a Playmobil.
“Ainhoa is a story that, instead of trying to put children to sleep, tries to wake up the adults.”

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Short Film: BURIED, 14min., UK, Thriller/War

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In present day northern France, a young boy discovers a rifle while playing on the beach, setting in motion a story of revenge, regret and fear dating back to the horrors of World War II.

Buried is a ghost story focusing on the confusion of war and the price we pay for the sins of our fathers, the burden we carry for their sometimes morally dubious actions.

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  • Film Type:
    Short, Student
  • Genres:
    Ghost, Coming of Age
  • Runtime:
    14 minutes 20 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 30, 2017
  • Production Budget:
    6,000 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Film Language:
    English
  • Shooting Format:
    Digital
  • Film Color:
    Color