It is sometimes complicated for a little girl to face peer pressure and becoming aware of her own identity, especially that she never knew her mother and that the only reference is the love of two heterosexual fathers united by the bonds of a “non-carnal” marriage.
Best Short, Best Actor | Mostra de Curtas 'Vila de Noia', Short FF, Spain, 2013
Best Director Award | Por Amor al Arte Short FF, Coruña, Spain, 2013
Best Short, Best Director | LPSF - La Pedrera Short FF, Uruguay, 2014
Best Script | Retro FF, Perugia, Italy, 2014
CAST & CREW
Director of Photography
Seabear, The Whip, Phoria
Thomas Grimm - Landsberg
Margot, Christelle Cornil, Rubén Tomás, Tony Denman
Cookies Films, Les Films du Cygne
Born 1978, Brusells, Belgium. Jean-Julien Collette is an autodidact Belgian filmmaker. Bitten by the cinema bug at the age of eight, he promised his father that one day he would become a film director. Many years later, he is fulfilling his dream with five short films to his credit totaling up to 400 selections and 100 awards in film festivals (such as Karlovy Vary, Montreal World, Palm Springs Shorts, Clermont Ferrand...). Electric Indigo is his first solo work and marks a change of direction towards a hand-held camera style and a colorful aesthetic. In this film, he explores his favorite themes in more depth; the sexuality and the unstructured family in a modern and pluralistic society. He is currently preparing his first long feature, Rabbits.
Who Wants Roberto Santini’s Guts? (2003, short), Barbara Broadcast (2006, short), È finita la commedia (2007, short), Tabu (2010, short), Electric Indigo (2013, short).