Arnaud Duprey is a French film director, writer, producer, editor and musician. He made his first experiences as a director when he was twenty-three years old. He directed commercials and documentaries for various production companies and television channels (Canal+, France 2...). Very interested in the concepts of manipulation in our society, he wrote and shot his first short film: The Missionary. This film about social manipulation and trafficking of arms was screened before "Seven" of David Fincher in theaters and then broadcast on most of the French channels. It was also a success in the biggest festivals including Cannes in 1996. He then began to write his first feature film (Thriller - Road movie) and shot Bad Control, a genre film ordered by Universal France. After an international broadcast (France; Spain; Dom Tom), the film was purchased by SCI-FI Channel in the USA and released in Tokyo. He shots several video clips and directed his third short film: "Primal Game". The film was selected in several festivals in Europe and won The Special Jury Award at the famous thriller festival of Saint Quentin in 2002. In 2011, he co-wrote and co-directed the feature movie "Paris By Watch" with Cedric Jimenez. The film was released on French screens in April 2012 and was a critical success in France / Europe. Today, Arnaud Duprey lives between Los Angeles and Paris and has several projects of feature films in progress including the thrillers Feedback, Doctor X and Motel 99.