Valéry Rosier, Méryl Fortunat-Rossi
Belgium, France / 2018 / 70'
A film about the fans who come to cheer the Tour de France race,
A film about modern-day pilgrims,
A film about the hairpin bends of the legendary Izoard pass,
A film about RVs that stake their spots two weeks ahead of time,
A film about the passing of time perched between the road and the cliff,
A film about summertime and a new daily routine,
A film about our need to belong.
After studying management, he starts filmschool at IAD in Belgium. In 2008 Good Night, a short film, wins several prizes and gets nominated at the European Film Awards 2009. In 2011, her short Sundays wins the Discovery Prize at the Critics Week in Cannes. In 2013 he finishes the documentary Silence radio.
Born in the South of France, he discovered photography in school before moving to cinema. From 2001 to 2005, he studied directing in Belgium at the IAD. After years of freelancing for TV, he now devotes himself to film. In 2013, he created the Belgian Film Festival in Nîmes and the Garrigue region.