Romain Baudéan

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Born in Paris in 1985, Romain Baudéan made his first short films at high school. After studying film editing and a period at the University of Montreal, he attended ENS Louis Lumière film school where he shot "The Pigeon House" ? a first documentary that got him noticed at several international film festivals. He continued his apprenticeship as an assistant cameraman on feature films for a number of independent filmmakers including Bruno Dumont, Larry Clark and Alain Corneau. In 2012, he was assistant to the documentary filmmaker Mariana Otero on the feature-length documentary "A ciel ouvert" produced by Denis Freyd and the Dardenne brothers. Winner of the 2013 "Paris Jeunes Talents" prize, he used the grant to make "A Free Man". full text less text