Christophe Bisson was born in 1969. He lives and works in Caen, France. A former student in philosophy, he became then a visual artist and videast. His films are broadcast on television (HBO, Canal+) and often screened in prestigious French and international festivals, such as the Viennale, the Cinéma du Réel in Paris, the FID Marseilles, etc.
His interview on Shoah Film Collection Interview Project
Title Sarah(k.), 2014, 14 minutes
For decades French philosopher Sarah Kofman, whose father was murdered in death camps, drew hollow-eyed, gaping faces on Bristol cards. Analyzing them after her suicide, Philippe Boutibonnes makes an analogy with Zoran Mušič’s drawings in Dachau…