We’ve asked the filmmakers for the 11th annual Oxford Film Festival the same five questions. Meet Fabrice Bracq, director of Diagnostic. This film will be screening Saturday, Feb. 8 at 3 p.m. and Sunday, Feb. 9 at 4:15 p.m.
#1: In 140 characters or less, describe your movie and why someone should see it.
This film should be seen as it is possible that identifies or not. In any case, each found there because everyone has a person who presents this disease unfortunately. It is therefore important to be able to detect at the right time.
#2: Biggest lesson learned in getting the film made? Best part in getting the film made?
We shot this film in HD 4K and it was a first for me. I was able to work on a format previously unknown to me. This is another media management. And thanks to this format, we were able to work the full calibration.
#3: Tell us about you. What is your movie making background?
Through my shorts, I try to talk about that are dear to me at a specific time in my life. TIME 2 SPLIT which was presented last year at the festival your talking about a breakup, because at the time I was sensitive to it. With Diagnostic I wanted a lighter subject. I wanted to make a comedy that can be understood by many people naked.
#4 What do you want the Oxford Film Festival audience to know about your film that isn’t obvious from its title or description?
I think the best is to leave the viewer to discover what is the condition of the patient. By cons, it is interesting to knew for an American public that the person is called at the end of the short film “Madame bachelot” is the former French Minister of Health. It is well known in France. It is construed in this short game with lots of humor.
#5: What does the future hold in store for your film and for you?
I hope to achieve even 2 or 3 short films, comic or not, and then move on to feature films. I am seeking funding for these projects and writing for the feature