By Will Espero

World Premiere at the 11th Global Nonviolent Film Festival

Out of Time is a touching short film directed by Delphine Montaigne of France. A care home for the elderly is the setting for Felix’s grandma who has memory problems and likely dementia. Felix uses his dancing background to infiltrate her mind and bring a smile to her face.

Director Delphine Montaigne 

Born in Lyon, France, Delphine Montaigne settled with her family in the Nice region. She trained in drama in Nice and then in Paris. Delphine has been an actress since the age of 13. From commercials to documentaries, she is a thousand voices and a thousand characters and likes to slip into the reassuring shadow of dubbing studios. She has always alternated her activity from the stage, to the sets, to the microphones. In 2016 the opportunity came to her to direct her first film. Since then, the actress has directed four short films which have received awards and many selections worldwide, including DNA of Wild Beasts that was awarded at the Global Nonviolent Film Festival in 2018.

Out of Time is an Official Selection at the 2022 edition of the Global Nonviolent Film Festival, and it can be watched from September 29 to October 10 on globalnonviolentfilmfestival.comD!