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François Bégaudeau author

Writer, critic and scriptwriter, François Bégaudeau lives and works in Paris. Aggregated in Contemporary literature, he teaches French in college before dedicating itself to the writing. His first novel "Jouer Juste“ (The Right Play) goes out in 2003 (editions Verticales).

In 2006 he publishes “Entre les Murs” (Between Walls). The novel is adapted to cinema by Laurent Cantet and the movie, in which Bégaudeau is co-writer and plays his own role in the movie, obtains the Golden Palm of the Cannes film festival in 2008). Will follow numerous essays and fictions among which ”La blessure, la vraie” (The wound, the real one) in 2011, ”Au Début” (At the beginning) in 2012 or his latest novel “La Politesse” (The Politeness) in 2015.

For the stage he writes two plays: “Le Problème” (The Problem) in 2011 ) and “Le Foie” (The Liver) in  2012.

 

Fabrice Michel director

French actor and director Fabrice Michel was trained at the TNS. On stage he works on more than fifty plays, in particular for Jean-Pierre Vincent, Joël Jouanneau, Marcel Maréchal, Romeo Castellucci, Lambert Wilson, or Angela Konrad. He plays in more than 20 movies for cinema and television with great directors such as Nicole Garcia, Jean-Baptiste Andréa or Wim Wenders.

Along with his actor's career he writes and stages several shows with his Theatre Cie La Chapelle Gokan. He also teaches dramatic art the Cours Florent in Paris.

 

Erick Deshors actor

French actor, Erick Deshors lives and works in Paris. Trained at the cours Simon (price Marcel Achards) then at the American Center and finally with Philippe Ferran, he starts for cinema in 1983 with Claude Chabrol then moves on with numerous film directors as Volker Schondorff, Claude Miller, Gilles Béat, Raoul Peck, Olivier Marshall. He plays opposite to Gérard Depardieu, Helen Mirren, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jodie Foster, Jean Yanne or Jeremy Irons. 

On stage, he works with Roman Polansky, Marcel Maréchal, Serge Moati, Robert Hossein and Jean-Luc Révol. 

 

Christophe Tostain sound video creator

Author, actor, director and sound-video creator Christophe Tostain began with the study of the art of acting at L’Ecole du Passage, managed by Niels Arestrup. In 1992 he creates Cie of Phoenix with which he experiments diverse narrative processes.. In a parallel to its work of author and director, Tostain develops a project which allies electronic, video music and new technologies to search other poetic fields. He staged at Café Concrete festival in Plymouth (UK), In Minsk (Belarus) and in Eindhoven etc… His research leads him to the creation of video dressing for the concerts and drama plays.