Born in 1958 at Vierzon (France), he passed his early years at Chateauroux near the American Army Base of Deols, then moved to Limoges where he lives now. Fondator (with his first wive Mary-Lise Billot) of The International Raymond Queneau Research Center, he published during the 80s a lot of books and compilations about this french writer and then became a TV and movie critic at the beginning of the 90s, writing many articles for magazines like "Les Inrockuptibles", "CinemAction", "Cineastes", "Vertigo" or "Mad Movies" and collaborating at books like "Mission : Impossible". Actually, he alternates books ("Le grand art et l'ordure" on the Farrelly brothers), experimental films and photography (polaroid galleries).
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