Raoul & Annina

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Here’s a project you should take a look at.

Simon Averous is a young Parisian director who is launching his first feature film, Raoul & Annina. Averous studied history and art history, and specialized in film, he then worked with mise en scène in the Parisian theater scene, and also assisted film makers on several shorts. Also musician, Averous studied music at the academy, learning jazz and classical piano.

Averous is surrounded by a team of young Parisians whose experience, cohesion and energy can only be fruitful. See it for yourself in the team’s first work, on Raoul & Annina‘s prologue, Raoul, which showcases the certain quality of the young actors and technicians’ work.


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Actors Nathan Bernat & Anne Duverneuil

As the project evolves and comes to shape, Averous and his Parisian film crew is trying to gather the funds to make this beautiful project a reality. There are but a couple of weeks before the project’s KissKissBankBank public funding period ends.

If it does, a couple of cars, filled with young filmmakers, equipment and dreams of creation will be hitting the road to reach the south of France and its charming sights, to give life to Raoul & Annina, the story of a mischievous couple running away from the law in a visually compelling quest to find themselves.

Your contribution to this fund could mean launching a wonderful project that would mark a important waypoint and the start of a new journey for a handful of talented and driven young film makers, on top of letting the story of Raoul & Annina’s stampede take flight and hit the silver screens.

Give it a look, give it a thought!


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