Fiction, France, 2012, DCP
With Kelyna Lecomte, Alain Sabras, Marie Delmas
Highly independent, four-year-old Nana spends time in the countryside with her mother and her grandfather. One day, she returns home and finds no one there. Nana will go her own way, with no need for saviors. She dresses herself, she makes her own sandwiches, and even reads herself bedtime stories. Nana is free of adults and adult guidance. The director lets Nana be herself, thus creating a perfectly honest portrait of innocence.
After en “engaged” journey in photography, art and cinema, she completed her first feature film, Nana (Best First Feature Film – Locarno IFF), in 2011.
*Screening along with America (€5 ticket includes both films)