The man, the woman and the girl. The life we ​​have out there. Inside, a theatre. A place chosen as a catalyst for change. Art as a tool of liberation. Animals are the characters that remind us of the essential, the origin, the why. A horse and a bird help us to think as children do. A little trip. A way to back out there, but a bit differently.
The scenario’s inspiration is rooted in the different subjects and shows of the company; it is a deep dive in the world of Baro d’evel. The video offers a journey in a theatre, where dreamlike visions telescope with images of everyday life.

The Missing part manages to bring together different arts, such as painting, acting, circus, dance, singing and precise collaboration with animals. Shooting, photography, sound and the music form a choreography where everything fits, and nothing is off. We salute the complexity of the work with the animals, the quality of interpretation of the artists, dancers, actors, singers, and we admire their listening quality and the alchemy that emerges from their relationship. The plastic work is also refined, and the editing was carried with such finesse and precision that in this short film, nothing is missing, nothing is too much. Art at its purest.

The Missing Part received the 2016 Best Short Film Award at the Choreoscope Festival in Barcelona.

The Missing Part

Screenplay: Camille Decourtye, Blaï Mateu Trias and Salvador Sunyer
Director: Salvador Sunyer (Nanouk Films à Barcelone)
With: Camille Decourtye, Taïs Mateu Decourtye, Blaï Mateu Trias, the horse Bonito and the pied crow Gus.
Distribution: Nanouk Films
Runtime: 21 minutes