Portrait Photography Céline Nieszawer
Céline Nieszawer – photographer, videographer, and illustrator. She began as an assistant to Martine Barrat in New York, on her return to Paris, she became a press photographer. In 1998, she won the SACD prize at Cannes Festival as co-writer of the film À Table by Idit Cebula as part of the Directors’ Fortnight. Following this, she made five short films, including Heureuse, produced by Canal +, before embarking on experimental video. Céline also directed a documentary film about the painter Erro, and the making-of of the film La disparue de Deauville by Sophie Marceau. She co-directed Promised Land with Anatole Sternberg, a medium-length film crossing the United States.