Gaspar Noé

Born in Argentina in 1963, Gaspar Noé spent his childhood between Buenos Aires and New York. At the age of 12, he arrives in France. After studying philosophy and cinema, he shot his first short films in the 80s. In 1991, he created his own production company Cinémas de la Zone and directed the [...]

2018-11-27T23:58:14+02:0019 October 2018|Guests|

Marin Karmitz

Marin Karmitz is one of the most prolific and influential film producers and distributors in Europe. He was born in 1938 in Bucharest. He graduated IdHeC as an operator and he began his career in 1967 with Seven Days Elsewhere, selected in Venice. He then directed two films: Comrades (1970) and Coup pour coup [...]

2018-11-27T23:55:01+02:0014 October 2018|Guests|

Asghar Farhadi

One of the best-known Iranian filmmakers, Asghar Farhadi (1972), was included by Time Magazine in the list of the 100 most influential people in the world in 2012. He was 40 years old and his film A Separation had won more than 70 prizes: among them the Golden Bear and the Lex Interpretation Prize [...]

2018-11-27T23:52:11+02:0013 October 2018|Guests|

Manuel Claro

He has collaborated with Lars von Trier for Melancholia, Nymphomaniac and for his latest film, The House that Jack Built, and is the director of photography of The Untamed, Amat Escalante's thriller which won the Award for staging in Venice in 2017. Born in Chile and established in Denmark, Manuel Claro has been director of [...]

2018-11-27T23:46:52+02:0013 October 2018|Guests|

Zsófia Szilágyi

Author/director Zsófia Szilágyi graduated as a Hungarian grammar and literature teacher at the University of Pécs in 2002. She continued her education as a film and tv director at the Academy of Film and Drama of Budapest from 2002 to 2007. During her studies she participated in a scholarship by Leonardo Da Vinci Programme [...]

2018-10-09T18:02:31+03:009 October 2018|Guests|

Marta Bergman

A former student at the INSAS (Institut Supérieur des Arts de Bruxelles), Marta Bergman is known for her documentary work, more specifically with and around Rom communities and the women issues in the contemporary society. We owe it to her for films such as Clejani, Heureux Séjour, and Un jour mon  prince viendra, which follows [...]

2018-10-09T18:00:48+03:009 October 2018|Guests|

Guillaume Nicloux

From experimental films (Les Enfants volants, La Vie crevée, The End), trilogy film noir (A Private Affair, That woman, The Key), and offbeat comedy (Le Poulpe, Holiday) to political film (L’Affaire Gordji), passing by drama (Faut pas rire du bonheur, La Reine des connes), Guillaume Nicloux has built dense and unique works by exploring [...]

2018-10-09T17:52:17+03:009 October 2018|Guests|

Jean-Bernanrd Marlin

Jean-Bernard Marlin grew up in Marseilles and then moved to Paris to study. After receiving his  diploma from the Louis Lumière cinema school and completing a Screenplay Workshop with the Fémis  school, he directed Thick-Skinned in 2007, a short that was selected and received awards in numerous  international film festivals (Best short at the [...]

2018-10-09T17:53:56+03:009 October 2018|Guests|

Natalia López

Natalia López is a Mexican editor and screenwriter. She has been active since 2006, working alongside Amat Escalante and Carlos Reygadas as a film editor. Known for Heli, Silent Light, Jauja and Post Tenebras Lux.

2018-11-27T23:42:48+02:0010 September 2018|Guests|

Carlos Reygadas

Carlos Reygadas is a Mexican film director, writer and producer. He studied law in Mexico City and later specialized in armed conflict law and the use of force in London. After quitting the mexican foreign service he made four short films in Belgium before filming Japón, which was presented at the Rotterdam and the [...]

2018-09-06T10:27:00+03:006 September 2018|Guests|