The App

The App

Thomas Grascoeur
When 30-year-old Faustine comes back home to prepare for a date she finds herself face to face with a stranger who has made himself at home in her apartment. What if apps became real people and actually lived in our homes?
As an actor, he often appears on French Television (Flic tout simplement, by Yves Rénier, with Mathilde Seigner and Philippe Torreton, Alice Nevers, Clem, Nos Chers Voisins...). He's also acting on stage in Paris both in classical and modern plays. He directed two shorts films, A Parisian Bourgeois takes a break, a modern adaptation from a short story by the French writer Guy de Maupassant, which is regularly broadcasted on OCS (Orange Cinema Series, the French channel of HBO), and was awarded at the World Fest Houston Festival as Best Black Comedy in 2016. His second short is called, The App, a fantasy about the social networks and applications, which he just achieved. He also directs institutional films, clips,interviews... He also makes videos screened on stage during performances.

Special Jury Award Les Sens de l’Art, Cinéma La Tournelle (France)

Best actrice for Ophélie Marsaud Les Sens de l’Art, Cinéma La Tournelle (France)

Best actor for Pascal Neyron Les Sens de l’Art, Cinéma La Tournelle (France)

“Art and culture” project Award Festival de la nouvelle économie créative (France)

Lanoir Best Film Award Festival Cinem’Action de Lure (France)

Best Film Award Festival du Film Fantastique de Menton (France)

Jury Prize Festival du Film d’Anglet (France)

Audience Award Beeston Film Festival (England)

  • Original title Smartpote
  • Director Thomas Grascoeur
  • Duration 25
  • Production year 2017
  • Category Short Film
  • Subcategory Fiction
  • Gender Sci-Fi
  • Nationality France
  • Producer Thomas Grascoeur
  • Dialogue language French
  • Subtitle language English, Spanish
  • Intérpretes Thomas Grascoeur, Pascal Neyron, Ophélie Marsaud, Emmanuel Guillon, Floriane Jourdain, Xavier Bonadonna, Henri Rizk