Peaceful Life

A homeless man lies in a crowded street. Ignored by the pedestrians, the old man is robbed of one of his only possessions : a football.
To take it back, the poor man stands up and shows everyone he is not only what he looks like.

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Director: Sébastien Bellaval
Director Biography

Born in Toulouse (France), Sébastien Bellaval was first meant to become a fireman but he quickly gave up his previous job to start a career as a filmmaking in the french cinema industry.
Settled in Paris, he starts to work on cameras and lighs on movie sets. Beside he studies film editing and participates to several acting classes wih coachs such as DAMIEN ACOCA and BOB McANDREW. Beside, he writes a music video screenplay for a french band which won the « Best Script of the Week » price by Celtx. He also directs his first shortfilm FUNKYFISH, an experimental movie selected by several festivals and gets nominated as « Révélation ShortFilm Corner 2010 » by L’Agence du Court-Métrage at The Festival of Cannes.
Since years he works on music videos for the french beatmaker GUTS, but also on other shortfilm projects with the painter MAMBO and the actor coach DAMIEN ACOCA.

– Funkyfish (7″, 2010)
– My Name (45″, 2011)
– The Butterflies (20″, 2012)
– Prison at Home (19″, 2015)

One Response to “Peaceful Life”

  1. Samuel says:

    Great movie.

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