Isidore Bethel is a French-American filmmaker. A graduate of Harvard, the École Normale Supérieure, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, he has screened his work as editor and producer at Cannes (Official Selection), IDFA, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Pompidou Center, receiving Mexican Academy Award and European Film Academy nominations as well as a New York Times Critics’ Pick. His work as director has screened in the Los Angeles, Atlanta, and Boston LGBT Film Festivals as well as in galleries in the US, the UK, and Mexico. He has been a Lagardère Foundation and Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Fellow, a Tribeca Film Institute Network Participant, and a Film Independent, IFP, Berlinale Talents, True/False & Catapult Rough Cut Retreat, and Eurodoc Fellow. He has also been an artist-in-residence with the Institut Français and the Villa Medici in Rome as well as a Guest Artist at CalArts and Yale. He teaches film at Sarah Lawrence College and Parsons in Paris.