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STENKA QUILLET

Stenka Quillet is a journalist and documentary filmmaker. She has worked on agricultural models and their impact on people, the environment and nutrition. Among other things, she has directed "La guerre des graines" (The Seed…

EMMANUEL HAMON

Emmanuel Hamon worked as assistant director on many films, including Patrice Chéreau's "Queen Margot ", Maurice Pialat's "Le Garçu" and Robert Altman's "Prêt-à-porter"(Ready-to-wear), before devoting himself to directing political and historical documentaries. His films are…

LA RENTRÉE DES CLASSES

Directed by Michaël Prazan, whose outstanding historical and social documentaries have been broadcast on major French television channels (France 2, France 3, France 5, Arte), this project aims to film the day-to-day running of a…

OLIVIA MOKIEJEWSKI

Olivia Mokiejewski has been a journalist and a filmmaker for over 15 years. As a journalist specialising in economic and environmental issues, she has worked on several television programmes for France 2, Canal + and…

MICHAEL PRAZAN

Born in 1970, Michaël Prazan is a writer and documentary filmmaker. After studying modern literature at the Sorbonne, he moved to Japan in 1994 where he taught French at the French Alliance. He returned to…

MOSCO LEVI BOUCAULT

Born in post-war Soviet Bulgaria, the filmmaker Mosco Levi Boucault arrived in France at the age of ten. A graduate of the IDHEC, his film career includes a number of films among which the 1985…

OLIVER STONE

Oliver Stone is an American director, writer, producer and actor. He is a four-time Oscar winner: Best Adapted Screenplay for "Midnight Express" in 1978, Best Film and Best Director for "Platoon" in 1986, and Best…

GUILLAUME TUNZINI

Author, cinematographer, director for television and cinema, Guillaume Tunzini, who lives in Los Angeles, directed and co-wrote with Serge July "Once upon a time...Lost in Translation".

THIERRY TRIPOD

A writer, director and independent producer, Thierry Tripod has been working in both Paris and Geneva for more than fifteen years. He began his career as an editor in the film press, and in 2000,…

DAVID THOMPSON

David Thompson is an English filmmaker and writer. He joined the BBC in 1983 in the Programming Department and began making documentaries for the Music and Arts Department in 1990. His work includes portraits of…

VASSILI SILOVIC

Vassili Silovic was born in 1964 in Yugoslavia. After the disappearance of this country, he became a Croatian with a Slovenian passport, whose mother tongue was Italian and who grew up in Germany. It was…

TESSA LOUISE-SALOMÉ

Tessa Louise-Salomé is a director, editor and producer. After studying filmmaking in Paris, she began her career as an assistant director (Xavier Beauvois, Martin Bourboulon), before becoming a director, editor and artistic director. Among her…

MICHELLE PORTE

Trained by the Image Research group of the ORTF's Research Department, Michelle Porte started her career in the film industry as an assistant on feature films. A close friend of Marguerite Duras, she made documentaries…

LAURENT PERRIN

Passionate about cinema, Laurent Perrin began his career as assistant director to Richard Fleischer, Raoul Ruiz, Benoît Jacquot... In the 80s, he directed several short films including "Scopitone", which he co-wrote with his friend Olivier…

BRUNO NUYTTEN

Bruno Nuytten is a French cinematographer and director. Winner of 3 Césars (in 1977, 1984, 1989) and a BAFTA award (1988), he teaches at the FEMIS school, where he was head of the "Image" department…

HUBERT NIOGRET

Born in Lyon in 1945, Hubert Niogret has been a photographer, assistant director, production manager, documentary film director, film producer and lecturer in film economics at Paris I and Paris III. As a film critic,…