Pascal-Alex Vincent

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After studying film history at University Paris III, Pascal-Alex Vincent worked in Japanese film distribution in France. "Final Exams", his first short film in 2000, marked the beginning of his collaboration with Local Films, which produced his next five shorts - including "Baby Shark", which was nominated for the Palme d'Or at the Cannes Film ... See full bio »

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Far West Director


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 2021 Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist (Documentary)
 2013 Mon quartier c'est... (Documentary short)
 2010 Holiday Camp (Short)
 2010 Boys on Film 5: Candy Boy (segments "Far West", "Candy Boy")
 2010 Miwa: Looking for Black Lizard (Documentary)
 2010 On bosse ici! On vit ici! On reste ici! (Short) (co-director)
 2009 Pocket Films 2009 (TV Mini Series short) (1 episode)
- Tchernobyl (2009)
 2009 Chernobyl (TV Short)
 2008 Scénarios contre les discriminations (TV Series short) (1 episode)
 2007 Candy Boy (Short)
 2005 Baby Shark (Short)
 2004 Hollywood by Accident (Short)
 2003 Courts mais GAY: Tome 6 (segment "Thomas trébuche")
 2003 Courts mais GAY: Tome 5 (segment "Far West")
 2003 Far West (Short)
 2002 Courts mais Gay: Tome 3 (segment "Les résultats du bac")
 2001 Final Exams (Short)
 1999 Tommy Trips (Short)
 1995 À quatre mains (Short)
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Graduated from the University of Paris III (cinema)

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