- Hadjadj, Bruno
- (Bruno Lévy Hadjadj / February 27, 1965, Sarcelles, Val-d'Oise, France - )After studying applied arts at the ENSAAMA (Paris) and decorative arts at the ENSAD (Paris) and spending a short time at the Middlesex Polytechnic (London), he joined film decoration teams and worked as a builder, painter, sculptor, prop master, assistant, set designer, and art director. A plastic artist, he never stopped exhibiting his works all over the world. In the late 1990s, he lived in New York, where he associated with many members of the local independent cinema scene. These people created in him the desire to make a movie, and it took five years to complete it. His production designer credits include Petite Copine (short, Rodolphe Balaguer), 2001 Un Jeu d'Enfants (Laurent Tuel), and 2003 K.O. (short, Raphaël Fryd-man) and many commercials and music videos.Filmography2006 ◘ Bandidos (also screenwriter, dialogist; shot in 2001-2005)
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