The very short bio Actor, author, composer and producer, Keyvan Khojandi is a complete French-Iranian artist. Revealed to the general public thanks to his recurring role in the successful series "Bref" broadcast on Canal +, he loves to take on characters far from him and multiplies appearances both on television and in movies, such as in the film "Police" by Anne-Fontaine alongside Omar Sy, Virginie Effira and Peyman Maadi.
Eternal artist-entrepreneur, he produces within his company Khojandi Productions many original formats, intended for television as well as for cinema, in particular the very beautiful collection of cinematographic anthology in 5 opuses: "Family". In addition to producing this ambitious project, he signed all the original music and won several international awards in Los Angeles, Tokyo and Paris. The project was also selected in competition at the Festival de la Fiction de la Rochelle in 2021 and was bought by OCS and TV5 monde He has just written a feature film and is writing a book with Maud Bettina-Marie, which will be released in 2022.
He has just co-written a feature film and is currently writing a book with Maud Bettina-Marie that will be released in 2022, in addition to developing the long version of the multi-awarded film "Olive" from the "Family" collection. This year, Keyvan is honored to preside over the Jury of the International Competition.
The very short bio Chloé is a film set designer, working on short films and dramas. She trained at ENSAD (Arts Déco Paris) in the Scenography section, under the direction of Guy-Claude François. Actively involved for several years in associative activities and in the APC (César Awards), she works in favor of inclusiveness, diversity and creativity of our cinemas. Member since the beginning of the collectif Eco-Déco ciné, Chloé will bring her passionate, invested and responsible look on the films of the selection!
The very short bio Self-taught, Yacine began by directing video clips and commercials. Supported in production by Ciclic-Région Centre and the CNC, he directed his first short film in 2013, Frères Ennemis, produced by Kamel Guemra and Morade Aïssaoui. After several training courses on writing (notably at the CEEA), he decides to specialize in dramaturgy. A member of the Société des Réalisateurs de Films since 2021, he is finishing writing his first feature film, while his third short film, Bohas, is in development.
the very short bio After training as an actress at the Conservatoire du Xe arrondissement de Paris and at the École Jacques Lecoq, Nouritza worked with various theater companies as well as on screen, in short films and on television. At the same time, she has written and directed several short films, which have been selected and awarded in numerous festivals.
the very short bio Former sound designer on many feature films, notably in England, Vincent is now an author who regularly writes audio fictions for Radio France and series for television. He won the SACD Beaumarchais TV 2019 grant. Vincent has also directed numerous clips and short films that have won awards in festivals.
the very short bioNicolas has been a journalist at TV5 Monde, the worldwide French-speaking channel, for 6 years. He alternates between presenting 64 Minutes (the major international news program) and the culture news program. His objective: to unearth the French-speaking talents of tomorrow and to transmit the taste for the French language. He is also a reporter for the Guide du Routard. Previously, Nicolas George worked for 15 years at RTL, Canal+, l'Obs and Radio Nova.
Dom La Nena
the very short bio Dom La Nena is a Brazilian singer, cellist, songwriter and producer based in Paris. Alongside her two albums, Ela and Soyo, she has formed the duo Birds on a Wire with the French-American singer Rosemary Standley (Moriarty) since 2012. Her captivating writing transports us into a poetic and singular universe guided by the cello. She has notably composed for the France 4 documentary series Tea Time Club. Her works can also be found in the American series Quarter Life Poetry and Power, or in the film Ava by Léa Mysius in 2017.
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Amélie discovered her passion for cinema and particularly for editing in high school. After assisting several editors for many years, Amélie now edits short films, series and feature films. She has collaborated with Bryan Marciano and Fanny Herrero for the editing of the series Drôle, or with Charles Beeson on Around the world in 80 days. She also worked with Eric Bu on the film Le retour de Richard 3 par le train de 9h24, with Olivier Van Hoofstadts on Lucky and collaborated on the editing of Les Étoiles Vagabondes directed by Syrine Boulanouar and Nekfeu.