- Atlan, Eric
- (May 29, 1962, Paris, France - )A film enthusiast from his childhood, he met poet and writer Philippe de Miomandre, with whom he wrote his first (unproduced) script, L'Impasse du Rêve. In 1986, he created his own production company and produced about fifty shorts in five years, including the anthology Adrénaline (Anita Assal, Barthélémy Bompard, Philippe Dorison, John Hudson, Jean-Marie Maddeddu, Yann Piquer, Alain Robak) before collaborating on feature films as an associate producer (1997 Sous les Pas des Femmes, also actor, Rachida Krim) or delegate producer (1997 Les Démons de Jésus, Bernie Bonvoisin; 1999 Les Grandes Bouches, Bernie Bon-voisin; 2008 Testostérone, Pierre-Loup Rajot; Le Réveil des Golems, Armand Geiger). From 1986 to 1989, he directed several musical clips and institutional shorts. His feature films were poorly released.Filmography2001 ◘ Mystery Troll, un Amour enchanté (also co-screenwriter)◘ Pétain-Laval: Terminus Sigmaringen (documentary)2006 ◘ Little Capone (also co-screenwriter, delegate producer, cinematographer, editor, composer; shot in 2001)2007 ◘ Drak (also screenwriter, dialogist; shot in 2003)
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