SON OF WIND

German Age Rating

Panpan is 10 years old. He and his grandfather spend the day 20 minutes from the center of Beijing, growing their own organic food on a small piece of land. Panpan’s father is away, working in France. He calls them and leaves lengthy phone messages. On this spring day, the wind blows, the sun shines, and Panpan plays alone in the tall grass.



  • Duration: 20 Min.

  • Film School: INSAS, Institut National Supérieur des Arts du Spectacle et Techniques de Diffusion

Also in this Program:
FACING IT
CAPTAIN
SCHOOLYARD BLUES
SONS OF NO ONE

tags: Work, Documentary, Family, Childhood, Nature

With: Liu Hui, Liu Pin

Credits

Screenplay: David Noblet, Pierre-Nicolas Blandin

Director of Photography: David Noblet

Film Editor: Julie Robert

Sound: Pierre-Nicolas Blandin

Director: David Noblet

biography

Coming from the mountains of Grenoble, David Noblet attended a two-year preparatory class in cinema in Nantes before enrolling at Belgium’s National Institute of Performing Arts (INSAS) to study film directing. In addition to making short films, Noblet has tried out the roles of assistant director, cameraman, and sometimes even actor. He occasionally composes soundtracks for films and advertisements.

Screenings

Tuesday, 11/20/2018, 7:30 PM (78 Min.)
Filmmuseum
Friday, 11/23/2018, 2:30 PM (78 Min.)
Filmmuseum