Born in Paris in 1983, Chloé Mazlo studied graphic design at the Arts Décoratifs in Strasbourg from 2002 to 2007.
Her final film “L’amour m’anime” was selected in some twenty festivals and broadcast on Canal +.
In 2010, she directed “Deyrouth”, an animated documentary in the form of a travel diary in Lebanon, the country of origin of her parents. The film, pre-purchased by France 2, has also had a successful career in festivals, being selected in more than 60 festivals (including the International Short Film Festival of Uppsala, Premiers Plans in Angers …) 14th Arab Film Festival of Los Angeles.
She closes with “Les Petits cailloux”, César 2015 for the best animated film, her autobiographical trilogy.
She also pursues a practice of drawing and successfully creates applications for children such as “Astropolo” and “Albert”. “Fairy tale for the use of the average person”, according to the new eponym of Boris Vian is his first animated fiction.