Christophe Bisson studied philosophy at the Sorbonne in Paris before shifting toward visual and fine arts. His first short film, White Horse (2007), was co-directed by Maryann DeLeo, a documentarist who received an Academy Award in 2003. Besides screening in the competition at the Berlin IFF, the movie was picked up by HBO. His other films were also shown on HBO, with ample interest on the part of international film festivals. His movies include artistic videos based on works of literature: Isaïe 43-44 (2011), Feast of Crispian (2011), and Enter the Horsemen and Tigers (Entrée des écuyères et des tigres, 2014).
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