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Antoine Delesvaux is a Director and Producer French

Antoine Delesvaux

Antoine Delesvaux
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Nationality France
Creator of Autochenille Production

Antoine Delesvaux, né le 6 septembre 1979 à Paray-le-Monial, est un producteur français, fondateur de la Station Animation puis de Autochenille Production, avec Joann Sfar et Clément Oubrerie.

Il est également co-réalisateur avec Joann Sfar du film d'animation Chat du Rabbin.

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Filmography of Antoine Delesvaux (3 films)

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Director

The Rabbi's Cat, 1h40
Directed by Joann Sfar, Antoine Delesvaux
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films set in Africa, Films about animals, Philosophie, Films about religion, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Films about cats, Films about birds, Films about Jews and Judaism, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Hafsia Herzi, Maurice Bénichou, François Morel, Mohamed Fellag, Alain Chabat, Jean-Pierre Kalfon
Rating71% 3.5910553.5910553.5910553.5910553.591055
The film takes place in the Jewish community of Algeria during the 1920s. One day a Rabbi finds that his talking parrot, which is very noisy, has been eaten by his cat and that the cat has gained the ability to speak in human tongues. However, the Rabbi finds that the cat is very rude and arrogant, so the rabbi teaches the cat about the Torah, with the cat deciding that if he is Jewish then he should receive a bar mitzvah, leading the two to consult with the rabbi's rabbi. The cat proceeds to mock and insult the rabbi's rabbi's strict views, who declares that the cat should be killed for its heresy. The rabbi takes his cat and leaves, mad at the cat for making a fool of his master, but the two eventually reach an agreement where the rabbi will teach the cat all about the Torah, and that someday he might have his bar mitzvah when he is ready.

Producer

Petit vampire
Directed by Joann Sfar
Origin France
Genres Animation
Themes Films about magic and magicians, Vampires in film
Actors Luq Hamet, Patrick Borg, Patrice Dozier
Roles Delegated Producer

Petit Vampire s'ennuie. Petit Vampire a dix ans depuis trois cents ans et veut aller à l'école pour se faire un ami. Michel est orphelin, a des problèmes de comportement à l'école et se trouve tout à son aise quand il découvre l'univers enchanteur de son copain mort-vivant. L'amitié entre les deux garçons est instantanée mais le terrifiant Gibbous, créature surnaturelle à tête de Lune, qui a juré de détruire la joyeuse petite communauté de morts-vivants, dresse de nombreux obstacles en travers de leur route.
Aya of Yop City, 1h24
Directed by Marguerite Abouet
Origin France
Genres Comedy-drama, Animation
Themes L'adolescence, Films set in Africa, Films about children
Actors Aïssa Maïga, Jacky Ido, Claudia Tagbo, Eriq Ebouaney, Tatiana Rojo, Sabine Pakora
Roles Producer
Rating65% 3.299993.299993.299993.299993.29999
Le film se déroule à Yopougon, un quartier populaire d'Abidjan, en Côte d'Ivoire, à la fin des années 1970, et suit la vie sentimentale et familiale d'un groupe d'adolescentes. Tandis qu'Aya se consacre essentiellement à ses études, ses amies Adjoua et Bintou pensent surtout à sortir le soir pour « gazer » (draguer) dans les « maquis » (les bars dansants), dans l'espoir de sortir avec un garçon malgré la surveillance de leurs familles qui redoutent les « génitos » (les séducteurs sans scrupules). Adjoua noue une relation avec un jeune homme, Moussa, le fils de Bonaventure Sissoko, l'un des hommes les plus riches du pays. Mais les choses se compliquent notablement lorsqu'elle se retrouve enceinte.
The Rabbi's Cat, 1h40
Directed by Joann Sfar, Antoine Delesvaux
Origin France
Genres Comedy, Adventure, Animation
Themes Films set in Africa, Films about animals, Philosophie, Films about religion, Film d'animation mettant en scène un animal, Films about cats, Films about birds, Films about Jews and Judaism, Mise en scène d'un mammifère
Actors Hafsia Herzi, Maurice Bénichou, François Morel, Mohamed Fellag, Alain Chabat, Jean-Pierre Kalfon
Roles Producer
Rating71% 3.5910553.5910553.5910553.5910553.591055
The film takes place in the Jewish community of Algeria during the 1920s. One day a Rabbi finds that his talking parrot, which is very noisy, has been eaten by his cat and that the cat has gained the ability to speak in human tongues. However, the Rabbi finds that the cat is very rude and arrogant, so the rabbi teaches the cat about the Torah, with the cat deciding that if he is Jewish then he should receive a bar mitzvah, leading the two to consult with the rabbi's rabbi. The cat proceeds to mock and insult the rabbi's rabbi's strict views, who declares that the cat should be killed for its heresy. The rabbi takes his cat and leaves, mad at the cat for making a fool of his master, but the two eventually reach an agreement where the rabbi will teach the cat all about the Torah, and that someday he might have his bar mitzvah when he is ready.