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Project #1

The Missing Part (2015)

The Missing Part is a short film directed by and starring Baro d’Evel (Blaï Mateu, Camille Decourtye and their daughter Taïs) which draws us into the unique universe of this French-Catalan company. 

This first proposal from The ONE Project centres on the human family living together with animals in a reflection on the role of art.


The man, the woman and the daughter. The life we have been given to live out there. Inside, a theatre. A place that serves as a stage and a catalyst for change. Art understood as what it is: a tool for freedom. Animals as characters that remind us what is essential, the origin, the reason. A horse and a bird to help us think like children once again.

A brief journey, a passage to take us outside again, but going out in a different way.

Artistic credits

Directors: Blaï Mateu and Camille Decourtye (Baro d’Evel) and Salvador Sunyer Vidal

Producer: Salvador Sunyer Vidal

Original idea: Nanouk Films

Duration: 20 minutes 

Executive producers: Festival Temporada Alta, Arts Santa Mónica, Nanouk Films and O

With the collaboration of: Catalan Government’s Department of Culture

Choreoscope – International Dance Film Festival of Barcelona:


"The Missing Part" has already been shown at:

· Arts Sant Mònica (Barcelona) / November 2015

· Temporada Alta Festival (Girona) / November 2015

· Temporada Alta in Latin America Timbre4 (Buenos Aires – Argentina) / February 2016

· Temporada Alta in Latin America Cine de la Alianza Francesa (Lima – Perú) / February 2016

· Kaohsiung Film Festival in Taiwan / October 2016

· Choreoscope – International Dance Film Festival of Barcelona / 8-13 November 2016

· Festival Paris Courts Devant de París / 2nd and 3rd of December 2016

The trailer

Watch it on the Temporada Alta YouTube channel or here

In co-production with:


Camille (the mother), Blaï (the father), 

little Taïs, Bonito (the horse) and the crow.

A peculiar family in chronic transformation.


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