- Ramos, Philippe
- (December 22, 1966, Vienne, Isère, France - )Between the ages of fifteen and twenty-five he shot about twenty amateur Super-8 shorts. In 1992, more interested in cinema than in his studies, he dropped out of the university and moved to Paris, where he showed one of his Super-8 efforts to film critics at Les Cahiers du Cinéma and Bref. They encouraged him to persevere. In 1995, he directed his first professional movie. He edited a short (2001 Ce Vieux Rêve qui bouge, Alain Guiraudie) and appeared in Humphrey Bogart et la Femme invisible (short, Anne Benhaïem).Filmography1995 ◘ Vers le Silence (short; also screenwriter)1997 ◘ Ici-bas (short; also screenwriter, editor)1999 ◘ L'Arche de Noé (short; also screenwriter, editor)◘ Adieu Pays (also screenwriter, editor)◘ Capitaine Achab (short; also screenwriter, production designer)2007 ◘ Capitaine Achab / Kapten Achab (also screenwriter, adapter, dialogist; France / Sweden)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.