ISIDORE BETHEL

 

Isidore Bethel is a French-American filmmaker. A graduate of Harvard College (A.B.), the École Normale Supérieure (M.A.), and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (M.F.A.), he has made films with directors Jean-Xavier de Lestrade, Dominique Cabrera, Laurent Bécue-Renard, and Juan Manuel Sepúlveda, with films at Cannes (Official Selection), IDFA (Amsterdam), the Museum of Modern Art (NYC), and the Pompidou Center (Paris). He has been a Lagardère Foundation Fellow (2013), a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Fellow for the Arts (2014-2017), a Tribeca Film Institute Network Participant, a Film Independent and IFP Fellow (2017), and a Berlinale Talents and Eurodoc Fellow (2018). He has been an artist-in-residence with the Institut Français (2016) and at the Villa Medici in Rome (2017) as well as a Guest Artist at CalArts‘ Directing MFA program (2018). He teaches film at Sarah Lawrence College and Parsons in Paris.