Family Films


Julien Fournet | France | 2021 | 98 min.
O.V. in French subtitled in Spanish

In the streets of the medieval town of Roc-en-Brume lives Pil, a little beggar and with her three weasels. To survive, she steals food from the castle of King Tristan, usurper of the throne. One day, to escape from her guards, she disguises herself as a princess. And so she is dragged into an incredible adventure through the palace, in which she ends up trying to save Roland, the rightful heir to the throne, victim of a spell. A film that not only demonstrates the quality of European animation, but also teaches us that nobility is not only a matter of blood and inheritance.

Direction: Julien Fournet
Script: Julien Fournet
Editing: Jean-Christian Tassy, Hélène Blanchard, Magali Batut
Music: Olivier Cussac
Production: Jean-François Tosti, David Alaux, Éric Tosti
Production Company: TAT productions, SND – Groupe M6

Julien Fournet

Toulouse, 1979. Graduated from the Ecole Supérieure d'AudioVisuel (ESAV), Julien Fournet has been part of the team of creators and animators at TAT Productions, where, among other tasks, he created the short film Presque des hommes (2006) and the medium-length film La panda de la selva 2 (2014) and, after taking over the popular animated characters, he was in charge of directing and writing many of the episodes of the television series La panda de la selva... ¡al rescate! (2016-2020), for which he won an Emmy. Pil (2021) is his first feature film, a medieval adventure film with a groundbreaking protagonist.

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