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    All Cats Are Grey

    Tous Les Chats Sont Gris

    Directed by

    Belgium

    2014

    84 min

    • French

    Drama

    Paul is 43, he is a private detective, and a single man. Dorothy is almost 16 and is having an identity crisis. He lives on the edge of society whilst she lives right in the thick of it. The only thing uniting them is the fact that Paul knows he is Dorothy's biological father. For years, he lived with the secret, watching Dorothy grow from a distance, without ever daring to approach her. They would never have spoken if Dorothy had not decided to come and ring on his door one day. She had heard about his detective work and now wants to use him to help her find her biological father.

    Awards

    • Best International Film Award - Santa Barbara IFF
    • Magritte Awards for Best Debut Film and Best Supporting Actress (Anne Coesens)

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    Credits

    Cast
    Manon Capelle
    Anne Coesens
    Dune de Braconier
    Danièle Denie
    Alain Eloy
    Bouli Lanners
    Aisleen McLafferty
    Jacques Picron
    Benoît Verhaert
    Alexandre von Sivers
    Screenplay
    Savina Dellicour
    Matthieu de Braconier
    Cinematography
    Thomas Buelens
    Editing
    Chiara Pontuali
    Veerle Zeelmaekers
    Production
    TARANTULA
    Sales
    BE FOR FILMS

    Press

    If Tous les chats sont gris is her first feature film, Savina Dellicour has a solid career ahead of her.

    Cineuropa

    Savina  Dellicour

    Savina Dellicour

    Belgium

    Graduated from the National Film and Television School in London after completing an MA in Fiction Directing and Screenwriting in Belgium. Her NFTS graduation film Ready (2002) was nominated for Best Foreign Film at both the Student Oscars and the TCM Awards. Savina Dellicour ‘s follow up short STRANGE LITTLE GIRLS (2004) was funded by Film Four and the UK Film Council. It won the Venice Award at the Singapore Short Film Festival and has been sold for distribution to several countries across the world