- Desrosières, Antoine
- (February 25, 1971, Paris, France - )He only was fifteen years old when his second short was shown at the Cannes Film Festival's Perspectives du Cinéma Français section. At age seventeen, he co-founded with Graham Guit a production company, La Vie est belle, which financed about twenty shorts. In 1991, he founded and managed a second society, La Vie est Belle Films Associés, and since then has produced a dozen movies (1991 Zani, short, Simon Reggiani; 1993 Le Roman de Léo, short, Graham Guit; Villégiature, as line producer, Philippe Alard; 1996 Le Rocher d'Acapulco, Laurent Tuel; 1997 Mon Copain Ra-chid, short, Philippe Barassat; 2003 Après tout, short, as associate producer, César Campoy; Dans la Forêt noire, short, as associate producer, Joséphine Flasseur; 2004 L'Origine du Monde, short, as associate producer, Erick Malabry; Julie Meyer, short, as associate producer, Anne Huet).Filmography◘ Scènes sur Seine (short; also screenwriter)◘ Made in Belgique (short; also screenwriter)1989 ◘ L'Hydrolution (short; also screenwriter)1994 ◘ A la belle Etoile (also screenwriter, dialogist, actor, co-producer)◘ Maurel et Mardy mendient (short; also delegate producer)◘ Banqueroute (also co-screenwriter, co-dialogist, co-producer; shot in 1996)
Encyclopedia of French film directors . Philippe Rège. 2011.