2019 Jury President
As a child, he wanted to become a surgeon, and adolescence brought him the passion for cinema. He left his medical studies to return to the IDHEC (FEMIS - greatest french cinema university). For more than forty years, through numerous award-winning documentaries and fictions broadcast all over the world, he observes, dissects, and questions the place of man in this society and its dysfunctions: from education to prison, from homeless, the world of work, women's struggles, human rights, he is increasingly interested in global geopolitics including his films on Russia and China.
As a social and educational facilitator at the René Labreuille Center, she has been taking residents every year since its creation to the Entr'2 Marches festival. She greatly appreciates this project and this commitment film and militant to make known to the general public the disability. The diversity of cultural visions and the quality of the films that only increases with the years, show how important this festival becomes. "I am very cinephile, and know well the world of disability, I think to have an enlightened glance on the topics addressed, the scenarios, the quality of the images, the actors ...."
He lives in the home of René Labreuille in Le Cannet. He is BMI, crippled cerebral motor. He spent several years at the festival, Entr'2 Marches, as a spectator. He really enjoyed the very diverse selections. He is happy to be part of the jury of the festival. He will be accompanied by Katia, a facilitator in his home, to help him.
The Festival Entr'2 Marches combines both the passion that has for cinema since her childhood, the handicap she experienced very quickly in her family environment and finally this city of Cannes, beautiful where her grandparents had retired where she spent most of her vacation. "I was very honored when I was asked to be part of the jury, it is a festival that has more than its place in this city of the 7th art and I am always amazed by the quality, the diversity of films and all the emotion that one feels when discovering them, I do not doubt the excellence of this 10th edition which will undoubtedly bring us beautiful moments and beautiful discoveries."
Adult with disabilities, worker ESATITUDE COSTEBELLE Cannes. Passionate about cinema and incidentally passionate about all that is audiovisual domain. Interested by films especially on the Handicap, he is delighted to have been chosen to be a member of the jury of the festival "Entr'2 Marches". He is for the inclusion and recognition of people with disabilities in all areas and in their own right.
He is passionate about cinema, he was lucky to be able to play a small role in 2 films; "The Aries Family" and "A Man at Height". He takes a lot of fun creating short films. He likes two quotes, which are: "The theater is played is live and the movies are offline". "A deaf guy prefers to see a bad subtitled movie rather than a good movie without subtitles"
He has been blind since the age of 12, which has not stopped him from doing brilliant studies: ability in law, doctor in psychology, psychoanalyst, teacher in schools for the blind. He founded several associations (Horus, Arrimage ...) Having reached the age of retirement, national education, he postponed his bubbling energy on his other interests the work of publishing, the artistic work and the work training and sharing creation.