Alain Miro is born in Marseilles from a musician mother and a postman father. He has been navigating through the artistic industry since forever but has never been able to stick to one precise task. At 19 years old, he moved to Paris where he gained some experience and met many people in the backstages of Parisian theaters. In 1995, he started working for the Festival de Cannes where he met and worked with many remarkable people: Les Inconnus, Gilles Jacob, Les Epis noirs, Vincent Maraval, Paul Lederman, Thierry Frémaux… He worked on sketchs, songs, movies and drama plays, but found stability in producing. He considers production as “the most complicated simple thing: To produce is to imagine, create and spread.” Today, he joins his three passions – music, pictures and social behaviors – by co-writing and producing PERCUJAM. This independant and constrasting documentary directed by Alexandre Messina hightlights and shares the everyday life of a band of talented and charming young musicians with autism.
SCREEN & MEET
PERCUJAM by Alexandre Messina
France - 68'
SATUREDAY MARCH 25 - 13:45 - CINEMA LE PAGNOL