The Très Court biographyBest Film Oscar-winning director for The Artist in 2012, he first made himself known to the general audience by directing the diptych OSS 117 with Jean Dujardin.
Also a screenwriter, producer and actor, Michel Hazanavicius excels in all aspects of the 7th Art. He started working in television where he had the opportunity to collaborate with Les Nuls on Canal+. He then participated in various movies with the same team: Didier, La Cité de la Peur…
He started his career as a director with the short film Échec au capital before starting making feature films.
The Très Court biography She began her career with short films before joining the successful television series Bref, with Kyan Khojandi, where she played "This Girl" on Canal+.
She then enriched her career by playing many roles in Les Profs, Babysitting and Monsieur Je-Sais-Tout.
The Très Court biography Justin Pechberty and Damien Megherbi created Les Valseurs in 2013, an independent production and distribution company.
Together, they have produced more than twenty films, including Ayce Kartal's short films Vilaine Fille (César for best animated short film 2019) and Yves Piat'sNefta Football Club (Oscar nominated).
The Très Court biography Anne Seibel is a graduate of the Ecole spéciale d'architecture in Paris. She worked on many films with prestigious directors: Steven Spielberg, Serge Gainsbourg, Gérard Jugnot, Sofia Coppola, Clint Eastwood...
She was nominated for the Best Artistic Director category at the Oscars in 2012 for Woody Allen's film Minuit à Paris.
The Très Court biography After graduating from the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique in Paris, he received the Grand Prize for "Best Sound Creation - Short Film" for his first film composition.
He then collaborated with Laurent Tirard, Guillaume Canet, Julie Delpy, and internationally with James Newton Howard and Hans Zimmer.
The Très Court biography Isabelle Motrot is a French journalist, literary critic and writer, currently editor of Causette.
From decoding information to cultural chronicles on radio, Isabelle Motrot has spent more than 10 years on France Inter, notably alongside Claude Villiers. She continued her career on Europe 1 where she shared her film reviews, and then on television on France 2 and France 5.
The Très Court biography Before joining TV5 Monde, Estelle Martin worked with many channels: iTélé, Cap24 and Canal+ in Le Journal des Bonnes Nouvelles.
She joined TV5 Monde in 2003 and presents various programs: Le Monde de TV5, 64 minutes et Y’a du monde à… where she covers international film festivals such as Marrakesh and Cannes.
The Très Court biographyIn 2012, Louis Haeffner joined the monthly pop culture magazine Le Bonbon as an editorial secretary and journalist.
Very quickly, he took the place of "Monsieur Cinéma" by writing and animating film reviews on the website and social networks of this pioneer of new trends’ media.