Delicate Gravity on Orange
Laura_jsd90 : CFCV (Collectif Feministe Contre le Viol): Silver award at the Cristal Festival for best casting.
Laura_jsd90 : Bronze award for best script at Eurobest 2017.
Laura_jsd90: Bronze award at the London International Awards (LIA) for best performance & casting
BMW M5 on Shots
Production: Markenfilm – Visual effects: The Mill/London
Eon – Editor’s Pick on AdAge/Creativity
Production: Independent/London – Visual effects : The Mill/London – Music: Fat Boy Slim
Wanda and the magazine Usbek & Rica made this portrait about me.
My picture of Sarah Gordy, Down syndrome actress I have been fortunate to work with.
my work with Sarah gordy featured in shots magazine.
Based on a true story, I have made the adaptation and directed this charity film for the CFCV ‘Collective Feministe Contre le Viol’ (Feminist Collective Against Rape) . A beautiful performance by Juliette Lamboley.
Nissan ‘That one night’
It was fun to direct this Ad for Nissan. This is the 75 seconds director’s cut. A great performance by Thibaut Wacksmann.
World Premiere of ‘Everything’s Perfect‘, segment of the ’25×25: An Experiment in Film’ at Saatchi&Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase 25th Anniversary in Cannes
Screenings at the MoMA in New York, at the TATE Modern in London and at the BFI (British Film Institute).
délicate gravité / delicate gravity
« Best of the festival award, which includes eligibility to submit the film for Oscar consideration, went to France’s “Delicate Gravity,” directed by Philippe Andre, starring Yvan Attal and Anne Parillaud. » – Pat Saperstein / Variety
« Philippe Andre’s Delicate Gravity (Delicate Gravite), starring Yvan Attal and Anne Parillaud as two lonely people who meet because of a cell phone call to a wrong number, received the Best of the Festival Award at the the 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest, which concluded Sunday. » – The Hollywood Reporter.
« Philippe André created a heartwarming film that keeps you glued to the screen from start to finish. » – Just Celebrity
« Delicate Gravity is a unique insight into the lives of two lost individuals, and a clever production that continues to draw us in even in its final moments. » – Way Too Indie
« We caught up with the director to chat about Delicate Gravity, working with Attal and Parillaud and the feature films in the pipeline. » – Female First
« I found Delicate Gravity to be one of the most genuine films about human emotion and connection I’ve seen, and that deserves a lot of praise. » – French Toast Sunday
« THE BIG INTERVIEW: FTN interviews Philippe Andre, director of Delicate Gravity » – Following The Nerd
« Deb Stone is broadcasting live on the air with director, Philippe André. Listen in now 7PM / New York. » Artists on Demand
« Philippe joins us to discuss how he extended cuts to create a ‘slow dating’ film of sophistication, in which the audience has a rare opportunity to spend time with the characters as their fluke romance develops. » Directors Notes
« Delicate Gravity is a lovely film. Both leads are classic acts. It ends of a lovely, bittersweet yet uplifting note, that makes the film well worth it. » – The London Film Review
« Delicate Gravity, a short film by Philippe André and starring Yvan Attal and Anne Parillaud, is a beautifully composed piece of film making. Delicate Gravity is an exceptional short film about a small moment in time that deserved the many awards it already has. » – Vulture Hound
« Philippe André used his French charm to glue us to the screen from beginning to end. » – Film Shortage
« A touching story that has you thinking over many aspects, glimmers of hope in life, taking chances, following your heart. A strongly focused and emotive theme, an art form rather than film. Thoroughly recommended. » – Back to the Movies
« Delicate Gravity is beautifully acted and filmed. » – Woman Around Town
Philippe André a su créer un film émouvant qui vous tient en haleine du début à la fin… ArtéMédia
Comme promis il y a quelques jours, je mets ici en tension le court métrage de Philippe André, intitulé « The Rope » et un extrait de « l’Etre et le Néant« , de Sartre. – Harry Staut
Miraculeusement, dans ce clip, tout fonctionne, y compris les moments où le coeur disparait, laissant place à l’expression inquiète et fatiguée, sur ce visage, de la déchirure des sentiments et de la vacance du coeur. – Harry Staut
Song to say Goodbye
Song to say Goodbye (…) is a piece more akin to a short film, and in this respect a follow-up to André‘s first real short film, the impressive and thought provoking The Rope. – James Rose