PASCAL TESSAUD was born in Paris in 1974. After earning a Bachelor of Arts degree, he studied literature and cinema at Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense University and documentaries at IECA Nancy University. He directed four short films : “Noctambules” (12’), “L’Ete de Noura” (18’), “Facies” (15’) and “La Ville Lumiere” (30’) which have been screened during many international festivals. “La Ville Lumiere” won the Best Short Film Award in Warsaw, Toronto and Mexico and won the Colcia Audience Award in Los Angeles. He also directed many famous documentaries: “Slam, Ce Qui Nous Brûle” with Grand Corps Malade (52’), “Mantes la Jolie sur le Mic” with Charles Aznavour (44’), “Saint-Denis” with Didier Daeninckx (52’), “Marseille” with Akhenaton (IAM), Soprano and Fred Nevchehirlian (52’) and “Beatbox, Boom Bap autour du monde” (55’). He wrote, directed and produced his first long feature film “Brooklyn”. The movie premiered in the independant ACID sidebar in Cannes, was shown at more than 40 festivals all around the world and won the Grand Prize for the Best Original Score at Aubagne International Film Festival.
SCREEN & MEET
BEAT BOX BOOM BAP AUTOUR DU MONDE by Pascal Tessaud
France - 52'
WEDNESDAY MARCH 22 - 19:00 - CINEMA LE PAGNOL