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about

Joss works for a music label. At a worldwide music-award festival, he and his boss have a private meeting with a famous DJ. They are about to sign a huge contract together. This meeting will reveal their true faces.

Eric BUISSON – Director – Screenwriter – Music Composer
Eric Buisson is a french creative director in the luxury industry, film director, screenwriter and composer. With DJS, he intended to make dense cinema about true human nature. he aimed to create a realistic and rough atmosphere and especially focused his writing and directing on characters, dialogues and the underlying text.

Jon PETER – director of photography
Jon Peter was born in New Mexico but grew up in several cities: Los Angeles, Washington D.C. and Jerusalem. Today, he is a cinematographer primarily known for his international commercial work and his short films, which have premiered at festivals such as Cannes, Clermont-Ferrand and Melbourne. He is currently based in Los Angeles.

dennis herdman – joss
Dennis has worked in theatre for many years, with companies such as Shakespeare’s Globe, the RSC and the Royal Exchange. Short films include Manhunt (Doyouwishtocontinue), Bob Leonard (Mandrake Media) and The Driving Seat (Turn the Slate). TV includes Knightfall (A&E Studios), Brum, City Central, Close Up North and The Anorak (all for BBC). Radio includes Romance is Dead (BBC) and Secret Kebabs (shortlisted for BBC Drama Audio Awards).

james redmond – pedro meiyer
James has extensive TV experience, including parts on The Coroner (BBC), Coronation Street (ITV), Hollyoaks (Lime Pictures/Channel 4), Emmerdale (ITV) and Hollyoaks Later (Lime Pictures/Channel 4). He also played in the film Pirates (Aardman Animations), which was his first experience as a film actor. James participates in radio shows as well (Somewhere Else, BBC) and is a stand-up comedian in London.

kitty martin – june
Kitty has considerable TV and film experience, including The Worst Witch (CBBC), Peep Show (Objective), Ballot Monkeys, Outnumbered and Trevor’s World of Sport (Hat Trick). She also performs in plays, for example Mrs Claus’ Wars (Knuckle and Joint), Everything Stops for Tea, The Shopping Whisperer (Secret Platform) and Yarning (Pod Projects/Mac Birmingham).

soundos mosbah – sarra
As a child, Soundos discovered literature during her countless visits to the neighbourhood library. Interested in a variety of writers, including Victor Hugo and William Shakespeare, she learned English at an early age. Despite the objections of her conservative family, she moved to Paris to study at Cours Florent and achieve her dream of becoming an actress.

duration : 12’17 »
camera : arri alexa
aspect ratio : 1.77:1
colour : colour