About

Created in 2017, Miyu Distribution was born from the partnership between Luce Grosjean and her company Seve Films, and Miyu Productions. Specialized in international sales and distribution of animation short films, Miyu Distribution distributes the graduation films of leading animation school as well as films from independant production structures.

Contacts

Miyu Distribution
Luce Grosjean
festival@miyu.fr

2, rue Leon Blum
13200 Arles
FRANCE

Miyu Distribution

is member of French Animation Film Association (AFCA), UniFrance Films, Les femmes s'animent and the PRIMI, Pôle Transmédia Méditerranée.

About

Created in 2017, Miyu Distribution was born from the partnership between Luce Grosjean and her company Seve Films, and Miyu Productions. Specialized in international sales and distribution of animation short films, Miyu Distribution distributes the graduation films of leading animation school as well as films from independant production structures.

Miyu Distribution

is member of French Animation Film Association (AFCA), UniFrance Films, Les femmes s'animent and the PRIMI, Pôle Transmédia Méditerranée.

Contacts

Miyu Distribution
Luce Grosjean
festival@miyu.fr

2, rue Leon Blum
13200 Arles
FRANCE

Rules of Play

Format

Experimental film in 2D animation 

  • Written and directed by Merlin Flügel, 2018
  • 8 minutes

Production

Synopsis

  • A group of tired playground visitors meet at night for a last contest.
  • “Rules of Play” is all about the phenomenon of playing. The play field is the center of the ritual activities: role play, gambling, competition and intoxication. Play is free. Play is not “ordinary” or “real” life. Play creates order. Play demands order absolute and supreme. Today the border between work and play gets smaller and smaller. What happens if nobody questions the rules anymore?

Format

Experimental film in 2D animation 

  • Written and directed by Merlin Flügel, 2018
  • 8 minutes

Production

Synopsis

  • A group of tired playground visitors meet at night for a last contest.
  • “Rules of Play” is all about the phenomenon of playing. The play field is the center of the ritual activities: role play, gambling, competition and intoxication. Play is free. Play is not “ordinary” or “real” life. Play creates order. Play demands order absolute and supreme. Today the border between work and play gets smaller and smaller. What happens if nobody questions the rules anymore?
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