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Are you between 13 and 18 years old? Would you like to learn how to create a film?
You don't need to have any theatrical or cinematographic experience to take part: motivation and availability are our watchwords!

During a week-long course and a weekend of filming, we offer you the chance to experience a human, collective and artistic adventure, and to explore the work of audiovisual creation.We'll be writing, investigating, filming and editing very short films. From reality to fiction, from documentary to cinema, what stories do you want to tell today?

As part of this artistic experience, the youth collective is accompanied throughout the process by two artists: Anaïs Baseilhacvideo artist and photographer, and Julie Lerat-Gersantauthor and director. The group of ten or so participants, aged 13 to 18, will first meet during the winter vacations (March 4 to 8) for a week of immersive training: between practical exercises, first drafts of screenplays and choice of format (short film, documentary, micro-trottoir...), they will define their desires and the way they want to talk about them, so that by the end of the week they will have shot their first images.

The weekend of March 23-24, during the Micro Gibouléesa festival dedicated to object theater and contemporary puppetry, the young people will embark on a creative marathon, with each group shooting and editing their own film to finalize it.

Finally, on Saturday May 18, the short films are shown on screen in the TJP's main auditorium in the presence of the public, followed by a discussion. This screening is part of Seishun generationa festive, artistic event dedicated to young people, featuring shows, meetings, workshop presentations, screenings and a party.



Anaïs Baseilhac is a freelance photographer and videographer. She obtained a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts, before going on to complete a Master's degree in Anthropology, Sociology and History at the EHESS. She then turned to Master in documentary writing: research and creation at Aix-Marseille University. 
She has produced photographic reports in Morocco, Côte d'Ivoire and Switzerland, as well as video and photographic commissions for various institutions and companies (Cie Himé, Cie Kaminari, Soirées Astrales, Grand théâtre de Provence...).
In 2020, she made her first documentary film, Half-timeThe result is an intimate dive into a predominantly male hair salon in Marseille. His documentary won numerous awards (Best documentary december 2020 at the Pure Magic Film Festival, Prix du public at the Lyon 2020 Youth Film FestivalJury Prize at the Lyf Documentaire and 'Best documentary short film' at the Golden Leaf International Festival (India) in 2021.


Julie Lerat-Gersant is an actress, playwright and author.
In 2006, she co-founded La Piccola Familia with director Thomas Jolly, a theater company with which she has collaborated for fifteen years. In 2016, she co-wrote and directed the project Adolescence and territory(ies) supported by Odéon-Théâtre de l'Europe. Between 2018 and 2020, she will join the Atelier Scénario at the Fémis and will also train in series writing at the CEEA.
In 2021, she directed her first feature film Smallwhich portrays a rebellious 16-year-old girl who becomes pregnant. The film was released nationally in February 2023, and was selected for the 75th Locarno International Film Festival (Independent Press Prize and a special mention for the Locarno Youth Prize, as well as the Tübingen (Germany) and Linz (Austria) Youth Prizes, and the Bobigny Student Jury Prize).She has also directed a documentary, La Pouponnière (52') to be broadcast on France 3 in summer 2024.


Week-long courses during the school vacations :
Monday March 4 to Friday March 8, 2024 9:30am to 12:30pm & 2pm to 5pm |Lunch available on site (packed lunch)
TJP Petite scène - 1 rue du pont Saint-Martin Strasbourg - Quartier Petite France


Filming and editing weekend
during Micro-sprinkles  :
Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th March 2024
TJP Petite scène - 1 rue du pont Saint-Martin Strasbourg - Quartier Petite France


Public screening and debate
for Seishun generation  :
Saturday, May 18, 2024 from 2pm to 4pm (times subject to change)
Lunch available on site (packed lunch)
TJP Main stage - 7 rue des Balayeurs Strasbourg - Krutenau district


Full price ⇔ 180 €
Solidarity rate ⇔ 60 € (*)
(*) Parents who are unemployed, receiving minimum social benefits (RSA, AAH, minimum old-age pension), entertainment intermittents, artist-authors or Carte Évasion holders / Disabled parents or participants

Registration deadline : February 22, 2024

Download the registration form below and send it to Florent Maire :
06 62 96 68 65