Camille Tricaud
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> film director, writer, cinematographer, working in Germany and France <

> Born 1992 in Bordeaux. First studied Philosophy, graduated, moved to Munich, studied Direction at the University of Television and Film Munich <

> Started 2018 to work together with the visual artist Franziska Unger. Continue now as a director’s duo with the pseudonyme Apocalypse Delight. Currently developing the third part of a film trilogy about consumerism and pleasure, about global warming and individualism, about hedonism and guilty conscience, about the constradictions inside of us <

> Short films (documentary, narratives and experimental films) have been internationally shown at film festivals and exhibitions (Festival de Cannes, Côté Court Pantin, Goethe Institut Paris, Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen, Ji.hlava, Underdox Munich...) and received several awards (Short Tiger Cannes 2020, Muenzenberforum Berlin Experimentalfilm Award...). Also together with Franziska Unger holder of the Media Art Scholarship of the Kirch Stiftung 2020 < 

> During teenagehood, went a lot to the cinema of the neighbourhood where they would show many old movies. Discovered Agnes Varda, Jacques Demy, Chris Marker, Pasolini... the classics. Understood films could be political, musical, mythological, poetical, weird, different. Didn’t know at that time what it means, to make a film for real, but kind of found in love with this medium. First thought about becoming a filmmusic compositor but, instead of that, took another direction and studied philosophy. During some years, read a lot about films and cinema and wrote. Then, had enough of reading and writing, began to do films and liked it <

> Work very often with the same collaborators, who are also directors themselves. Occasionnaly work for them as a cinematographer (ex: Wich Way To The West, dir. Kristina Kilian, 2019, “3sat Award at Kurzfilmtage Oberhausen) or as an editor (The Ink Doesn’t Dry, dir. Felix Herrmann, nominated for the German Shortfilm Prize) <

> Sometimes do theater too & love it <


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