Painter Bernard Legay spends his nights and days in a desinhabited world, gathering the silent matter his work is made of.
- Special Mention (Institut français–Louis Marcorelles Award) - Cinéma du Réel
- Bernard Legay
- TRIPTYQUE FILMS
Christophe Bisson is a French filmmaker and Artist. After studying philosophy at the Sorbonne University in Paris, he devoted himself to painting. He had exhibitions in many places in Europe and New York. He directed in 2007 his first documentary film, WHITE HORSE, with the American filmmaker Maryann De Leo. It had its premiere at the 2008 Berlinale and was screened on HBO in April 2009. Then Christophe Bisson made a series of experimental films shown Art galleries and festivals. His film, ROAD MOVIE, wholly self-produced, was shot in a mental health institution. His work includes mostly visual arts and documentary films. In 2016 his first feature film, SFUMATO, was shown at Cinéma du Réel in Paris. His latest work is the documentary film DO NOT TOUCH ME (2019).