Jonathan, twelve years old, lives with his sister, his mother and also some men. They all have the same face and nest in closets, drawers, TV set…
Osman Cerfon is a French animated film director born in 1981. After studying graphic design and training at the Beaux-Arts in Epinal, Osman Cerfon completed his studies at La Poudrière school. He directed three films, including Tête-à-tête, his graduation film. After school, he collaborated on various projects as a screenwriter or technician for Folimage, then at Jesuisbiencontent, the studio that produced the two parts of Chroniques de la Poisse, two short films selected and awarded in many festivals (including Annecy, Hiroshima). At the birth of his first child, he accepts the direction of several films to pay the diapers and the nanny! I’m going out for cigarettes is his first short film produced by Miyu Productions, an animation studio with which he develops in parallel Voodoo Meow, an original series project of 52 episodes.