Lyon, Montpellier, Toulouse, Hô-Chi-Minh-Ville
The audiovisual school in Lyon hosted in its premises the filming of a web series under the leadership of one of its audiovisual teacher Steve Aleu. As a stage assistant for the web series GlandinG, he naturally thought of offering to host the filming to the school and for his students to take part of it.
GlandinG is a new web series consisting of twenty short clips. The project brings together two well-known actors of Kaamelott: Serge Gilles and Papagalli Graveleau!
In GlandinG they embody today’s characters without getting rid of their offbeat humour and their legendary wit. The protagonists live in terraced houses. Serge Papagalli is retired, while Gille Graveleau, also director and writer of the web series, is unemployed. This configuration will bring our two protagonists to meet daily. From the front steps of their doors, we will witness the explosive evolution of their relationship.
Several students from the Lyon Film School were able to take part in the filming of the web series. Marie-Sophie Faure and Baptist Julienne from the Director Editor course and Mael Gaudin of the Audiovisual technician course, endorsed the roles of trainees on the set.
Meanwhile, Yann Keller (Director Editor) and Adrien Davy (former Editor) ensured back-up camera, while Romain Lind (BTS Audiovisual) was behind the camera. Finally, Christopher Maule (Director) and Christopher Lambert ( Director Editor) worked on the making-of, Damien Cutrone (Director Editor) on the accessories and Savinien Diebolt (Sound technician) on the sound.
For Steve Aleu, a professor at Studio M Lyon and the students ‘tutor on this project, this shooting was a great opportunity. Through the web series, they were able to meet experienced professionals who quickly incorporated them within their team.
"On one hand, participating in GlandinG allowed our students to apply the knowledge they learned in classes, and on the other hand to note the importance of professional network within that environment, by creating their first contacts. One of our students even had the courage to ask the actor to play in his own movie, a great reflex he had! "said Steve Aleu.