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Former students of the Cinema and Sound Masters courses occupy a special place in the profession, as shown by their presence in the credits of many films or by the awards they have won at the Césars.

 

Recent graduating classes include Directors of Photography Claire Mathon (1998), Jonathan Ricquebourg (2013), David Chambille (2005), but also Sylvain Verdet (1998), Alexis Kavyrchine (1994), Sébastien Buchmann, (1994), Jeanne Lapoirie (1984), Rémy Chevrin (1985), Nathalie Durand, AFC (1981) and Éric Gautier (1982).

 

Jean-Bernard Marlin (cinema, 2004), receiving a Cesar for his film Sheherazade

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Claire Mathon (cinema, 1998) receiving a Cesar for the image of the film Portrait de la jeune fille en feu

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Lucien Balibar (sound, 1993) Nicolas Cantin (1994), Julien Sicart (1998), André Rigaut (1980) are recognised sound engineers; for sound editing, Olivier Walczak (1994), Sélim Azzazi (1999) or Nicolas Moreau (1999) are recognized professionals; in sound mixing, Emmanuel Croset (1991), Niels Barletta (2010), Daniel Sobrino (1994), Florent Lavallée (1990), Erwan Kerzanet (1997) or Olivier Goinard (1998).

 

Jeanne Delplancq (sound, 2019) receiving a Cesar for the sound of the film Adolescente

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Find our alumni in the credits of the Cannes film festival

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The ENS Louis-Lumière Masters in Sound alumni are also working widely in the field of music and live performance. For example: Anaïs Libolt (2006), manager at Dolby, Aline Guillard (2008), technical director at the Gaîté Lyrique, Louis Martin (2007), Lead audio at Ubisoft (video games) or Lucie Bourely (2014 artistic director and music producer).

 

 

From the Master's in Photography, the School's students are generally very much appreciated in highly technical sectors, and hold a wide variety of positions across image-related sectors. It is often less well known that they are regularly nominated or rewarded in competitions or prizes and that they have notable careers as auteur-photographers, for example: Nadège Abadie (2012), Samuel Bollendorff (1994), Stéphanie Solinas (2001) and Cyril Weiner (2002).

 

Jérôme Cortie (photography, 2020) at the Rencontres d'Arles

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Lucile Boiron (photography, 2014) at the photography festival Circulations

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