My Grandpa is Hiding

A grandfather explains to his grandson that he'll have to take care of his flower garden after he dies. There follows a touching and poetic discussion about losing loved ones and on the marks they leave behind.

Director Bio

Anne Huynh was born in 1994 and graduated from Institut Sainte-Geneviève (Paris) with a DMA in Animation Film. She met Jean Regnaud at the screening of the 1st season of the serie "En sortant de l'école" where she adapted the poem "L'école des Beaux-Arts" by Jacques Prevert. Linked by the theme of transmission, their collaboration starts with that first movie, "My Grandpa is Hiding", inspired by impressionnists and nabis paintings, as of a myriad of fortuitous encounters - as those made in a garden.


  • Directed by:Anne Huynh
  • Written by:Jean Regnaud
  • Produced by:Reginald de Guillebon
  • Runtime:7 mins
  • Completion Date:June 15, 2018
  • Country of Origin:France
  • Category:Animation
  • Selection:In Competition - Programme 5
  • Screening Time / Venue:
    Fri 16th - St. Catherine's Church - 9-10am
    / Sat 17th - St. Catherine's Church - 9-10am
  • Links: Vimeo

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