by Pascal Adant

June 1880. Since a year and a half, Vincent van Gogh shares the hardships of the Borains, the inhabitants of an area of Wallonia in Belgium. Depressed, he finds comfort in drawing. But day after day, he retreats more and more into silence and solitude. At the lowest, he realizes that, in opposition to the pontiffs that excommunicated him, the people gives him an overwhelming support. In front of his house, a sunflower seed sports after he sowed it by chance. His vocation as a painter becomes obvious.

14' - Vidéo - Black & White - Dolby SR


Gaëtan Wenders - Van Gogh


Pascal Adant


Climax Films - Olivier Rausino


Big Bang Distribution (Distribution Benelux)


Pascal ADANT

Director, scenarist, editor and music composer.

Road signs (14') - In production
The Traffic cones (TV - animation serials 15X1')
Un Cone en orbite (6')
Home sweet home (6') - 2010 Hollywood Awards
Le Cone et le bernard-l'hermite (6')
Le Vilain petit cone noir (6')
Le Marginal (6')
Le Petit oiseau va sortir (Watch thé birdie!, 6', 2006) - Hainuyer biennial prize, Belgium - Best short film Award at Anonimul Festival, Romania - COOP award at the "Prends Ca Court" festival of Montreal, Canada ; Golden Plate award at the Belgrade Short Movie Festival - Jury's Special Prize at RESTFEST, Montreal, Canada
Slow Motion (6') - 2005 Audience award, Anima Festival, Brussels, Belgium
Série noire (25')
Coup de coeur (2')
Boum (5') - 2001 Selected in the "Very Favorites" of the Shortest Night" at Int. Critic's Week, Cannes, France - Rotary Club prize, Giffoni Film Festival of Salerno, Italy - Audience award at the Festival Transfrontalier, Metz, France
Fate (6')
Destination Londres (8')
Dérapages (5') - 1998 "Petit Rail d’Or" award at the 38th Int. Critic's Week, Cannes, France - Canal+ prize at the Fantastic Film FEstival, Brussels, Belgium