After Marjorie Calle with Diana Alice Lea in 2016, Clémentine Carrié with Les Jours – Cahiers photographiques in 2017, Nestor (also known as Noé Cuéllar) with 1+2=4 in 2018, Citizen JiF with The Future Was Yesterday in 2019, Pauline Broulis with Trois Iris was the creative filmmarker of 2020 in partnership with the ENS Louis-Lumières in Paris (26’).
Born in Paris in 1995, Pauline Broulis is a filmmaker. She studied cinema in a master’s degree in the ENS Louis-Lumière from 2016 to 2019. She specialised in staging, while having a particular
attraction for image. She likes writing, directing, and sometimes filming and editing her own films. After experiencing with directing in documentary, she directed Under the Surface in 2018, her first short fiction film, dealing with mother-daughter relationships and the impact they have on the oppression of women in society. In 2019, she made her second short film around the same topic: Toujours ta fille. At the beginning of 2020, she completed her third short fiction film, La Piade, which is similar to her first documentaries. Nature plays an important role and is showed as powerful and wild. This film is a tribute to a place that is dear to her but unfortunately, in the process of being destroyed: the caves of La Piade (Var, France). Successive landslides and toxic waste forced the municipality to ban public access. From her desire to take her revenge on fate was born the desire to make this film, which she made not at La Piade, since it was condemned, but on the Giens peninsula, not far from the site. At the same time, she directed documentaries and advertisings, Pauline Broulis was writing her first feature film and a fourth short film.