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Gaëlle Cintré is

ABOUT HER

Gaëlle Cintré is a French artist and filmmaker. She was awarded her Master's degree for a dissertation on the effect digital technologies on cinema narratives, while her PhD from the European School of Visual Arts focused on the role of Hollywood blockbuster narratives in relation to California's 'seismic climate.' She has lectured on cinema and filmmaking at the National Institute of Art History in Paris, the National School of Fine Arts of Paris and the European School of Visual Arts.
Her work has been shown across Europe, including at the Lyon Biennale, David Lynch's Silencio club in Paris, the 8 rue Saint-Bon Gallery in Paris, Middlemarch Gallery in Brussels, the Kunstverein Sparkasse in Leipzig, Germany, and the Center of Photography in Geneva.
Her latest documentary, ZONE BLANCHE has screened at many international festivals, including at the International Environmental Film Festival in Paris, Mojito Kino in Berlin, DOC NYC in Manhattan, the Chicago Underground Film Festival, and the Trento Film Festival in Italy. ZONE BLANCHE won the Pézieux Prize in France and the Jury's Artistic Vision Award at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival in Missoula, Montana.
Gaëlle currently splits her time between France and the US. She's developing several documentary and film projects at the moment. Stay tuned!

PROJECTS

ZONE BLANCHE ZONE BLANCHE
an award-winning documentary

BORDER PATROL BORDER PATROL
a documentary exploration of the US/MX border

NEW BOTANICS NEW BOTANICS
a series of camouflaged cell towers

A FEEL OF THE DESERT A FEEL OF THE DESERT
an investigation of the San Andreas fault

GEOPOETICS OF A CATASTROPHE GEOPOETICS OF A CATASTROPHE
a gallery solo show

THE CRAMPS THE CRAMPS
a fiction short

POST-MINING LANDSCAPES POST-MINING LANDSCAPES
a document installation

THE WATCHMAN THE WATCHMAN
a documentary portrait

AMERICAN VERNACULAR AMERICAN VERNACULAR
a Texas lexicon

OASIS & MIRAGES OASIS & MIRAGES
a survey of a seismic landscape