PODCAST | Nicolò Comotti interviews Hubert Charuel, director and juror.
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Hubert Charuel joins us to talk about his imminent experience as juror here in Brussels – and much more.
Born in the east of France in 1985, Hubert Charuel grew up in an agricultural environment in a family of dairy farmers. After studying and graduating from La Fémis Film School in 2011, he co-writes and directs three shorts, Diagonale du vide, his graduation film, in 2011, K-Nada in 2014 and Fox-terrier in 2017, all three selected and awarded at many festivals. All his projects were co-written with Claude Le Pape. In 2016, he co-writes and directs Petit paysa , his first feature film, distinguished at the Critics’ Week of the 2017 Cannes Film Festival. He obtained three Valois at the 2017 Angoulême Francophone Film Festival and three César in 2018. He has just finished his new documentary, Les Vaches n’auront plus de nom, which looks back at the time when his parents sold their farm.
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