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Pascal-Alex Vincent

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Pascal-Alex Vincent (1967-) is a French director, author of original work, screenwriter, and voice-over.[1]

Biography

After training, Vincent worked at Alive (in France) to distribute Japanese films.[2]

Vincent started collaborating with Local Films (a French studio) in the early 2000s, where he directed six short films: Les résultats du bac (Final Exams), Far West, Hollywood malgré lui (Hollywood by accident), Bébé requin (Baby Shark), Candy Boy, and En attendant demain (While waiting for tomorrow). Important for the Director to show life as it is. And here, as before, raised the issue of sexual identity. Even in the seemingly innocuous animated film Candy Boy. The result of this collaboration was the collection video 6 histoires courtes de Pascal-Alex Vincent.[3]

Now the director continues his work.[4]

Filmography

Short films

  • 1994: À quatre mains
  • 1998: Thomas trébuche (Tommy Trips)[5]
  • 2001: Les résultats du bac (Final Exams)[6]
  • 2003: Far West[7]
  • 2004: Hollywood malgré lui (Hollywood by accident)[8]
  • 2005: Bébé requin (Baby Shark)[9]
  • 2007: Candy Boy[10]
  • 2008: En attendant demain (While waiting for tomorrow)[11]
  • 2009: En colo (At Summer Camp | Holiday Camp)
  • 2009: Tchernobyl
  • 2014: Avec mes plans réguliers, jai confiance[12]

Feature film

TV

  • 2009: Adorama[14][15]
  • 2013: Blow Up Arte: Im Sang-soo[16]
  • 2014: Blow Up Arte: Kate Bush et le cinéma (Blow Up auf ARTE: Kate Bush und der film)[17][18]

Documentary films

  • 2010: Miwa, à la recherche du lézard noir (Miwa, a Japanese Icon)[19]
  • 2013: Mon quartier c'est...

Music clips

  • 2011: The Princess and the Pea (Family of the Year, clip)[20]
  • 2011: Darwin smiles (Kill the Young, clip)[21]
  • 2012: Assassin (War in the Bed, clip)[22]
  • 2012: Mohammed (War in the Bed, clip)[23]
  • 2013: Far away now (Dead Rock Machine, clip)[24]
  • 2014: Cowboy disease (Hamster's Shower, clip)
  • 2015: Poopsie Q (Eponymous Anonymous, clip)[25]
  • 2015: Psilocybe (Psilocybe, clip)[26]
  • 2015: Fairy (Diamond Fizz, clip)[27]

References

  1. ^ "Pascal-Alex Vincent".
  2. ^ "Le Fonds Alive et les collections japonaise à la Cinémathèque française".
  3. ^ "6 histoires courtes de Pascal-Alex Vincent".
  4. ^ "Rencontre avec Pascal-Alex Vincent". Archived from the original on 2015-09-23.
  5. ^ "Thomas trébuche".
  6. ^ "Final Exams".
  7. ^ "Far West".
  8. ^ "Hollywood by accident".
  9. ^ "Baby Shark".
  10. ^ "Candy Boy".
  11. ^ "While waiting for tomorrow".
  12. ^ ""Avec mes plans réguliers, j'ai confiance", un film de Pascal-Alex Vincent pour Yagg et Prends-Moi". Archived from the original on 2016-03-31. Retrieved 2016-03-28.
  13. ^ "Give me your hand".
  14. ^ "Wu (acoustic tv version) – Adorama".
  15. ^ "Coming Soon chante WU pour Adorama" – via YouTube.
  16. ^ "Recut Im Sang-Soo – Blow up".
  17. ^ "Kate Bush et le cinéma – Blow up – Arte".
  18. ^ "Kate Bush und der film – Blow up – Arte".
  19. ^ "Miwa, a Japanese Icon".
  20. ^ "Family of the Year – Princess and the Pea OFFICIAL" – via YouTube.
  21. ^ "Kill the Young – Darwin Smiles".
  22. ^ "War In The Bed – Assassin (Official Video)" – via YouTube.
  23. ^ "War In The Bed – Mohammed (Dandy Warhols Cover)" – via YouTube.
  24. ^ "Dead Rock Machine – Far Away Now (Official Video)" – via YouTube.
  25. ^ "POOPSIE Q (feat. Mike Ladd & Carolyn Honeychild Coleman)" – via YouTube.
  26. ^ "PSILOCYBE – Psilocybe".
  27. ^ "Diamond Fizz – FAIRY (Official Video)" – via YouTube.


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