Filmed in the P-O… Teddy

The feature film “Teddy” , filmed in the Vallespir,  (Céret, Le Boulou, Amélie Les Bains, Vives, Reynes, Saint-Jean Pla de Corts) is now  in cinemas around the region.

Named after a teddy bear, Teddy is actually a werewolf!

Played by the 27-year-old actor Anthony Bajon, who has  been twice nominated twice for a César for ‘La Prière’ and ‘Au nom de la terre’, there are  also several Céretan ‘extras’ in the film who you may well recognise if you are a local to Céret.


STORY

Teddy, 19, lives with his uncle and works nights at a gas station.  His friend Rébecca, 17, will soon pass her baccalaureate. They are looking forward to a sunny summer in the Vallespir.

One hot night on the edge of a wood, Teddy is scratched by an animal, possibly a wolf. The following weeks, he is seized with curious animal impulses.

Who are Occitanie Films?

Occitanie Films aims to promote and foster cinema and audiovisual production in the region and has four complementary missions

  1. To attract and host film shoots in the framework of the film commission
  2. To boost the professional sector
  3. To programme and promote films linked to the region
  4. To set up actions for artistic education in image & sound

Find out more here.

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