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About David

I grew up in France, in the Paris region, and nurtured a passion for cinema since a very young age.

I am a film director based in London. I started practising my craft back in 2012, and have specialised thus far in short films. My goal is to become mainstream filmmaker, and work with some of the most talented creative people out there.

Whilst pursuing my filmmaking activities, I have also gained professional experience in digital marketing, specialising in Paid Search and Social Media marketing.

My favourite films include Alien, Jaws, All the President's Men, The Fly and Bridge over River Kwai.

Credits

  • Prey for Me

    Prey for Me (2016)
    Film (Short and Thriller) Director Prey for Me sets a ruthless mercenary against a defenceless human target. As their confrontation intensifies to a climactic conclusion, dark secrets from their pasts emerge, and the line between good and evil becomes indistinct.

  • 2D

    2D (2015)
    Film (Short and Comedy) Director Meet Simon, a young twenty-something living in London. Today is an important day for him. He has an interview for a job at Robot Nick Entertainment, a major video game development company - it's a huge opportunity for him! Simon is feeling confident about the interview, however the company calls him at very short notice, and says that his interview has had to be brought forward! Worried that someone else might get the job if he says he can't make it, Simon confirms that he will be there. Thus begins a race against time, as he overcomes many obstacles and dangers on the way to the company HQ.

  • Do You Love Me

    Do You Love Me (2014)
    Film (Short, Comedy, Mystery and Thriller) Director A couple whose marriage is on the rocks, is invited to dinner by the wife's boss. The evening soon turns into a nightmare, and husband and wife must combine forces to get out of a sticky situation. A wicked, dark comedy about the sacrifices one has to make in the name of love.

Awards

  • Best Film (December 2016) - UK Monthly Film Festival
    (2016)

Education

  • London Academy of Media, Film and TV
    (2012-2012)

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