The “Mini” series is the natural extension of the magazine L'Incroyable. Each book immerses itself in the youth of artists through an interview about their teenage years. This second publication explores the paths of brothers and filmmakers Arnaud & Bertrand Dezoteux (interview by Jill Gasparina).
A graduate of the Beaux-arts de Paris, Arnaud Dezoteux (born 1987 in Bayonne, France) directs films shot on green screen inlay, such as G-Coach in 2012, Infinite Pursuit in 2013, Dark Meta Reeves and DIEUBODY in 2016. In 2017, he completed Miroir de Haute-Valnia, an epic on the border of documentary and fantasy, shot in several art centers and presented for the first time at the Centre Pompidou. Arnaud Dezoteux teaches animation at Campus Fonderie de l'Image in Bagnolet.
Bertrand Dezoteux (born in 1982 in Bayonne) is a graduate of the Fresnoy - National Studio of Contemporary Arts, he directed animated films such as Le Corso in 2008, L'Histoire de France en 3D in 2012, Picasso Land in 2016 or Super-règne in 2017. That same year, he directed En attendant Mars, a project supported by the Audi talents awards program and the CNES Space Observatory. Bertrand Dezoteux teaches video at the École supérieure d'art du Pays basque and is part of the DOC! collective.