Celine Tricart, Independent Writer, Director, and Stereographe
Celine Tricart is an independent writer, director, and stereographer (i.e. a 3D specialist) who has developed a unique and recognizable style with a strong visual sense. Her favorite genres are character-driven science fiction and thriller/horror. Her films typically show a blurred mix of dream, fantasy, imagination and reality, but are always guided by a strong story. Celine has written and directed several short films, three of which were shot in 3D and have received eleven awards from around the world, a selection at the prestigious Clermont-Ferrand Film Festival, the Austin Film Festival, the Chicago International Children’s Film Festival, and a Creative Award from the International 3D & Advanced Imaging Society. Since she graduated from the famous ENS Louis Lumiere film school in Paris in 2008, Celine has worked on many live broadcasts, commercials, and documentaries as a stereographer, including the first French 3D feature film, Behind the Walls, making her the first-ever female feature film stereographer. Her recent credits also include Transformers 4: Age of Extinction. Celine recently directed a PSA produced by Women in Film for the LA River Revitalization Corp. featuring numerous aerials shot with a drone. She is currently in development of two feature films as a director, one of them produced by the Academy Awards nominated producer Roger Frappier. In 2015, she created her production company named “Lucid Dreams Productions” focusing on new technologies and the future of storytelling and has produced and directed three VR films. Celine Tricart also wrote two books about 3D storytelling available on Amazon. She now lives in Los Angeles, pursuing her career as a writer/director.