Petrice Jones has been working in TV and film for some time now, after training with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain in 2011. He has worked a lot with the BBC, guest-starring in programmes such as "Casualty" and "Holby City" in his early years.
Petrice made the move into feature films 3 years ago playing "Flea" in Anchor Bay’s crime-thriller “We Still Kill the Old Way” before going on to star as "Gregory White" in Caribbean film “Play the Devil”, written and directed by American/Bahamian director Maria Govan.
Between touring film festivals with “Play the Devil” Petrice has been back in the UK and has not long finished playing the role “Shotgun” in Netflix Original “iBoy” starring Maisie Williams, Bill Milner, Miranda Richardson and Rory Kinnear. He has more recently just finished playing the role of "Nathan Tate” in Sky1 original series “Lucky Man” starring James Nesbitt and Sienna Guillory.
Lucius Barre promotes worldwide distribution of films from many cultures. He was the first international crossover publicist for Pedro Almódovar (Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), Shinji Aoyama (Eureka), Luc & Jean-Pierre Dardenne (La Promesse), Atom Egoyan (Exotica), Zacharias Kunuk (Atanarjuat The Fast Runner) and Tom Tykwer (Run Lola Run); and has promoted the work of such well-established filmmakers as Errol Morris (A Brief History of Time), Alain Resnais (Wild Grass), Carlos Saura (Fados), Hiroshi Teshigahara (Rikyu) and Johnnie To (Election). He serves on the organizing teams of the Locarno, Rotterdam and Torino Festivals and has, in recent years, represented filmmakers from 21 countries at key festivals and markets.
François Serre is the manager of the « Courant 3D" festival, and programmer « new technologies » for the International Film festival of Clermont Ferrand and the Interfilm of Berlin.
Teacher specialized in sound and documentary but also director of short films and documentaries, Francois regularly undertakes training missions in film schools in Africa and Asia.
Graduated from the Superior Audiovisual School of Toulouse, Patrice ABAUL worked 5 years as Head of Audiovisual department of RC Lens.
He developed the skills to manage professional broadcast productions
After a New technology training with Inition London ,He founded Redkenn Productions in 2009.
Initially intended for demonstrations and technical training on Sony Products, Redkenn activity developed quickly to 3D content production.
Redkenn produced more than 30 shooting in 3D since September 2010 for events (Fifa World cup, Wimbledon, Olympics 2012) advertising,
documentaries and Cinema movies.
The company is now specialized in New technology shooting (3D, 4K, High Speed, Underwater, HDR, FX) and in 2014 , Patrice ABAUL was stereographer on Gaspar Noé’s « LOVE » shooted in 3D and presented in Cannes 2014.
Guadeloupean director, Mariette Monpierre is known for "elza's happiness" (2011), "Between 2 shores, from Santo Domingo to Pointe à Pitre" (2016)
Born in1982 in Nantes, Julien Silloray studies Rights and Political sciences in Lyon. After" Un toit pour mes vieux os" (2013) and "Ma manman d'lo" (2014), Féfé limbé is his third short film shot in Guadeloupe.
After studying Cinema at la Sorbonne and firts years as a director, Alexandre Perrier quickly turned to production. In parallel, he collaborates for two years with the service of the French fictions of M6 Tv channel. This experience prompted him to found KIDAM in 2006 in order to develop bigger projects. In 2010, he starts to work on projects for Cinema especially with short films and international coproductions. Now Kidam produces more films for cinema, and more than 20 hours of tv shows each year.
Born in Guadeloupe, Charlotte Aristide has always loved travelling and writing. When 17, she left for France to pursue her studies. A month later, she moved from a scientific prep school to the faculty of literature, where she spent all her academic career, navigating from Litterature to journalism, then to film and Research.
She enjoys finally being on a continent to explore other lands, and as soon as the opportunity presents itself, she leaves alone, six months, bag on her back, in South America. Back in France, she suffered the multiple disappointments of the employment prospects for a graduate in Arts, she decided to live her dream of living abroad. She arrived in Colombia to practice as a French teacher in a French high school. Since August 2014, back in France, she's been dedicating herself to her other dream: writing.
After studying philosophy at the Sorbonne and Cinema in Paris-Vincennes, Anna Charrière worked in the distribution of experimental films, in festivals or in programming. In 2013, she joined the Short Film team at the National Center for Cinema and Animated Pictures and then, in 2015, became a New Media mission manager.
Christelle Théophile is a journalist for Guadeloupe 1ere. With "Between 2 shores, from Santo Domingo to Pointe à Pitre" , she signs her first screenplay.
AND ALSO... Dove Wacchus, Guadeloupean director, Cédrick Frémont, Guadeloupean director, François NABOS, Post-production manager ("Swagger")...