Salaud Morisset is a film production and distribution company based in Paris and Berlin, working closely with a wide variety of notorious international festivals like Cannes, Toronto, Sundance, Locarno, Rotterdam or San Sebastian and international broadcasters such as Canal+, Arte, HBO, TV5Monde, RTS and many others.
We only work on 5 to 6 shorts per year in order to maximize their potential and distribute them as widely as possible.

SALAM

de Claire Fowler

A female Lyft driver navigates the night shift in New York City while waiting to hear life-or-death news from her family in Syria.

Premiere: Tribeca Film Festival

BONOBO

de Zoel Aeschbacher

When the elevator of their public housing breaks down, the fates of Felix, a disabled pensioner, Ana, a single mother struggling with her move and Seydou, a young man passionate about dance intertwine towards an explosive ending where their limits will be tested.

Premiere: Clermont-Ferrand

SACRILEGE

de Christophe M. Saber

Saoud is the king of his neighborhood in Saint Etienne, France. A rumor comes up that he might have stolen money from the local mosque. Saoud faces a violent series of accusations which will lead to his fall and exile.

Premiere: Asiana Short Film Festival

A DROWNING MAN

de Mahdi Fleifel

Alone and far from home, The Kid makes his way through a strange city looking for the means to get through his day. Surrounded by predators he is forced to make compromises merely to survive, his life of exile grows one day longer.

Premiere: Festival de Cannes

BONBONE

de Rakan Mayasi

A Palestinian couple resorts to an unusual way to conceive as the husband is detained in an Israeli jail where visits are restricted.

Premiere: Toronto Film Festival

PUNCHLINE

de Christophe M. Saber

Mehdi and Alain are about to kill Michel. The two apprentices-killers do their best to act as professionals, but they struggle to compose the perfect punchline before pressing the trigger.

Premiere: Brooklyn Film Festival

LES MISERABLES

de Ladj Ly

In the modern-day Parisian neighborhood of Victor Hugo’s novel, a new transfer cop learns abusive policing practices of two veterans. When a young boy records them going too far, the community threatens to explode.

Premiere: Clermont-Ferrand

DER TUNNEL

de Christoph Daniel, Marc Schmidheiny

On his weekly train ride through Switzerland a student notices that the tunnel they are driving through is unusually long... Adapted from Friedrich Dürrenmatt eponyme short story.

Premiere: Festival Max Ophüls