2021ONLINE EDITION

THERE WILL BE NO MORE NIGHT

THERE WILL BE NO MORE NIGHT – IL N’Y AURA PLUS DE NUIT

Eléonore Weber | France 2020 | 76 Min. | OmeU

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Behind an omnipresent crosshair one sees the bombing of houses and people under fire exclusively from the perspective of onboard cameras of French or American military helicopters during their missions in Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Thermal imaging cameras turn night into day; everything is a potential target.

Simultaneously brutal and laconic, THERE WILL BE NO MORE NIGHT unfolds asan extraordinary anti-war film situated between reality and loss of reality, day and night, proximity and distance, power and morality. The aesthetics of the images leave plenty ofroom for questions about humanity and war and how technical means and military indoctrination influence the perception of the world and vision itself.

Writer and Director: Eléonore Weber
Voice: Nathalie Richard
Editing: Charlotte Tourrès, Fred Piet, Éléonore Weber, Carole Verner
Mix: Ivan Gariel
Calibration: Ishrann Silgidjian
Producer: Gaëlle Jones

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Screenings and Awards
Cinema du Reel – Young Jury Award & Special Mention
Indie Lisboa
Pesaro FF – Special Mention
Camden IFF
Jihlava IDFF
Kasseler Dok Fest
ZINEBI Bilbao
IDFA – Paradocs
Doc Point 2021
Novos Cinemas – Best Film
Documenta Madrid – Cineteca Audience Award
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Biographies
Éléonore Weber is an author, and a theatre and film director. Her approach until now explores both the theatre and cinema languages. Regarding cinema, she directed a short and a medium length fiction film, Temps mort and Les hommes sans gravité. She has also directed a documentary, Night Replay (Arte – La Lucarne), shot in Mexico and reliesing on reenactments from a role-play invented by migrants. Regarding theatre, she has created some plays and performances with Patricia Allio, entred on a manifest entitled Symptôme et proposition. Together or separately, the two artists presented their creations at the Festival d’Avignon, the Bastille Theatre, the Grande Halle de la Villette, or the Centre Georges Pompidou for the festival d’Automne.