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Cyrille

I worked alone for shooting, sound and editing. I had a clear idea about the movie I wanted to produce, and the best way to achieve this was to do it myself. Not easy! Especially when one is constrained by the time-consuming exigencies of a researcher. One has also to learn many techniques ...Read more

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