I am a French born and raised writer and director based in Sydney, Australia. I have written, directed and produced my first short in 2011, a film noir called "Lie to Me", which was funded by Screen NSW/Metro Screen. The film premiered at the Montreal World Film Festival and has screened at several festivals including the St Louis International Film Festival.
Since, I have directed two more short films that have screened at various festivals including the Short Film Corner of the Cannes Film Festival, The New York Lift Off Film Festival and Timecode: NOLA in New Orleans.
My work is part of a Trilogy called "Obsession" ,which closing act, "Desiderata" is inspired by a text from Max Erhmann (WIP project).
I am currently writing my first feature film, "Six Fifty Four", a drama sets nowadays in downtown Sydney.
My films aim to explore metaphysical themes, human morality and beauty that can be find in everyday life.
Please feel free to contact me if you wish to review my work (available via private links on Vimeo).
Where Rosemary Goes
Film (Short and Drama) Director Adam is the successful owner of an advertising agency, loved by women yet unable to understand what is it to love someone. When he meets Mathilda at his local cafe, he becomes so infatuated that he can't speak to her. She is oblivious to his feeling, and he believes the only way to obtain her is in his dreams. As his obsession deepens, his dream becomes his raison d'etre and his reality lost... Written by Anonymous
Film (Short and Comedy) Location management Things are heating up, and it's not just the casserole... Louise is invited to bring a dish to a ladies' brunch and eagerly seizes the opportunity to put to rest her microwave dinner reputation.
Film (Short and Drama) Director Way Out is a short film about sexual child abuse and murder. The film tells the story of Paul, a young man, who killed his mother after years of sexual abuse during childhood. Paul is the main character of the film and a male nurse. Despite his past, Paul has agreed to take care of his mother, who has become seriously ill and requires high level of care. Written by Anonymous
Lie to Me
Film (Short) Director In a police interrogation room, the mysterious Mrs Hephren gives her version of events leading to her husband's murder.