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Gilles Lepore

Gilles Lepore

Switzerland

Biography

Gilles Lepore was born in 1972 in Switzerland.. In1998 he graduated from The School of Visual Arts in Bienne, Switzerland. In 2000 film director internship in Belgium with Jean-Jacques Adrien. Three years later he went to Poland to study at the animation studio of the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. His first short, animated movie “The Cage” was presented on numerous film festivals. Gilles Lepore is a member of SwissFilm and the Swiss Association of Film Animators.

Filmography:

The Cage (2´, Poland/Switzerland, 2003)
Praca Maszyn/ The Work of Machines (38´, Poland/Switzerland, 2009)

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The work of machines

Praca Maszyn (Orig.) / 2009 / Poland, Switzerland / 38 min

Poland. A typical industrial town. Here begins “The Work of Machines”. This dance was created in 1968 to celebrate the Factory...

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