Interview with Director Didier Feldmann (The Adandonment of Color)

WILDsound Festival

First of all, I would like to say that I enjoyed this type of interaction, so rare in Festivals where sometimes you only get the jury feelings from festivals. I have to admit that my oral understanding of English is not as good as the writing one ! 🙂 and perhaps I didn’t get all the subtleties that the people said, but I remembered that a woman said ” it’s poetry in motion”..this touched me, because it’s exactly what I do.

Didier Feldmann, director The Abandonment Of Color, on her reactions to the audiences reaction on her film at the WILDsound Film Festival.

    Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video here:

Interview with Director Didier Feldmann:

Matthew Toffolo: Your short film played at our festival in March 2014. How has it done since it screened? Has it played at more festivals? Distribution deal? Can be seen online?

Didier: It has not be…

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