The Song

Pauline, Barbara, and Jessica have been friends since childhood and still live in the same strange town. They have a common plan: they want to win a lookalike contest. When Pauline decides to distance herself from the group and write her own songs, she upsets the balance of the group.

  • France
  • 2018, 30 min
  • Director: Tiphaine Raffier
  • Director of photography: Raphael Rueb
  • Editor: Clemence Diard
  • Screenplay: Tiphaine Raffier
  • Music: Guillaume Bachelle
  • Cast: Victoria Quesnel, Noemie Gantier, Tiphaine Raffier
  • Producer: Stephane Demoustier, Manon Eyriey
  • Production: Année Zéro

24.1. 19:00 Praha | Kino Pilotů
26.1. 16:00 Praha | Světozor - Grand Hall

Tiphaine Raffier

Tiphaine Raffier

Actress, playwright, and stage director Tiphaine Raffier graduated from the French drama school L’Ecole du Nord. In 2012, she wrote and directed her first play, La Chanson, followed by Dans le Nom in 2014. In 2013, she was in the original cast of director Julien Gosselin's adaptation of Michel Houellebecq's novel, Les Particules Élémentaires, shown in Official Selection at the Avignon Festival, and she returned to the festival in 2016 with 2666, an epic 12-hour show. In 2016–2017, she created her own company, La Femme coupée en deux, and adapted La Chanson as a short film, which she also directed and starred in. Tiphaine is an associate artist at the Théâtre du Nord and the Théâtre de la Criée.