9 mn animated short film (1992)

Synopsis
A pretty shepherdess is in love with a young shepherd. So is a fairy. The shepherdess knows how to look after sheep and dance to the sound of her boyfriend's pipe. As for the fairy, she is powerful and hard-hearted; she has a flying dragon, a crystal palace, a sleeping tower and other evil powers. Which of the two will win ?
Notes
This is a sequel to the "Cine Si" series (which would later become a feature film with the title "Princes and Princesses), going back to a simple vehicle which enables me to tell all the stories I like, while playing with bits of paper, innocent tricks and real light. 
For the story, I was inspired by one of Henri Pourrat's tales. I made it into a fight between an all powerful fairy and a shepherdess who seems defenceless, but does not give up.
                                                                             M.O.
Production
Trans Europe Film
Distribution
World sales: Agence du Court Métrage (DCP, 35 mm) and Studio O (DVD)
French cultural network: Institut Français (Blu-Ray) and ifcinéma (téléchargement)
Technical data
Techniques: silhouette animation
Image format: 1,33
Screening formats: DCP, Blu-Ray, DVD et 35 mm
Languages: French
Subtitles: English, Spanish, Italian, Turkish
Credits
Director: Michel Ocelot
Screenplay: Michel Ocelot
Animation: Pascal Lemaire with Lionel Kerjean and Georges Sifianos
Assistants: Gilles Coutier, Chantal Guillaume, Antoine Lanciaux
Decors: Michel Ocelot, Inni Karine Melbye
Assistant: Maryse Tuzi
Tracing: Jean-Christophe Barbier, Véronique Fillod, Myriam Gras, Carol Guenault, Frédérique Guichard, Frédérique Lecront, Bénédicte Serre
Camera: Christophe Bernard, Patrick Tallaron
Voices: Cyrille Artaux, Eric Bottom, Philippe Destre, Sophie Edmond, Pierre Jarillon, Patrice Leroy, Monique Messine
Editing: Michèle Péju
Sound breaking: LoÏc Burkardt, Chantal Colibert
Music: Alain Marchal
Executive producer: Didier Brunner
Production assistant: Magali Honorat
Animation studio: Folimage-Valence
with the support of Centre National du Cinéma and Procirep
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