Bear Foot, Echilibru
Director : Jérôme Fatalot, Victor Jullien, Eve Cerubini
Duration : min
Bears dance every year end in the Romanian Carpathians. During this ancestral celebration, men don bear furs and parade the streets. The wear the courage of this great predator and summon the strength to face the year ahead. In a country that hosts the largest bear population in Europe, men and bears have been close neighbors for centuries. Nowadays, the borders between their territories are thinning. To the point they sometimes intertwine... Echilibru offers an insight into a world without borders, at the dawn of a new equilibrium.
Jérôme Fatalot, Victor Jullien, Eve Cerubini
Jérôme Fatalot Jérôme has developed a deep interest in nature and wildlife and has always been fascinated by the cinema. He naturally turned to studies so as to become wildlife documentaries director. His poetics images describe the environments, landscapes and animals he encounters. Jérôme is committed and passionate and doesn’t hesitate to defend his convictions for the animal cause in his films. Victor Jullien Before becoming a film director, Victor was a geological engineer. Invested and passionate, he explores through his films the relationships that men have with their environment, and in particular the impact that they have on nature. The contemporary issues are often treated with humour and subtlety in his documentaries. Eve Cerubini Before setting a foot in the world of documentary, Eve began her studies with an artistic background at the Quimper School of fine Arts. Through her films, she invites us to rethink the link between Man and Animal. Her love for ethology and her taste for wilderness have something to do with it. Her documentaries are always approached with kindness and sensitivity that characterise her.