Amélie Harrault

Amélie Harrault studied at the Beaux-Arts in Toulouse and then at the EMCA , school of animation of Angoulême .

She worked as a colorist on the short films Betty’s Blues (2013) by Rémi Vandenitte and Le Troisième Œil by Jérôme Périllat (2014). She also collaborated in the illustration and layout of books I would say that I missed the train of Pierre Soletti and The magician of the words , as well as the graphic research of the credits of the wind in my calves Carine Tardieu , and as a decorator on the series Boris by Serge Elissalde .

For her first short film, Mademoiselle Kiki and the Montparnos , she received the César Award for Best Animated Short Film in 2014 .

In 2015, she released the series Adventurers of Modern Art, which she directed and directed.

Since 2014 Amélie Harrault has been artistic director of the animation studio Silex Animation in Angoulême, founded by the production company Silex Films