Antoine Barraud is a French director and producer. He is the author of several short films Monstre, Déluge, Monstre numéro deux, Son of a Gun, L’Aube des monstres, Abismo presented in French and international festivals. His first feature film Les Gouffres (2012) is presented in Locarno. His second feature film Le Dos rouge (2015) received the Singular Film Award from the Syndicat de la Critique. In 2021, he completed Madeleine Collins with Virginie Efira, Jacqueline Bisset and Nadav Lapid and developed in parallel Monument Valley, co-written and co-directed with Didier D’Abreu. He has directed several documentaries on radical filmmakers such as Kenneth Anger, Kohei Oguri, Shuji Terayama and Koji Wakamatsu, presented at the Cinematheque Française in 2010 and in multiple festivals. With his production company House on Fire, he produced Tsai Ming-Liang, the experimental filmmaker Stephen Dwoskin, João Pedro Rodrigues and Marie Losier.

Danièle Gould

A portrait of a woman, the director's aunt, a French woman who emigrated to the United States in the late 1950s and died in 2000, just after her nationalization. Her life is outlined, sketched out, by the objects left behind, the memories of the neighbors, the footprint as negligible as it was moving that she [...]

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