John Gray is a French film director born in Paris in 1993. In 2015 he produced the video clip Rolling Stone by Jorrdee with his collective of artists 3.0.87 and then collaborated the following year with Astrid Campion (artist-researcher) on the documentary film Les Devenirs du Charisme which questions the role and future of the French elite. He then produced several videos of brands, including VITO, to present the collection of a young stylist. In 2017, he co-wrote, co-produced and directed OMGQJSC (Oh My God Quand J’ai Su Ca), a pilot episode of a musical series without dialogues. The episode will become an 8 minute film and be completed two years later. Meanwhile, he realizes the documentary portrait of his roommate, Tober, in the film S/O. He then decides to close this serie of self-produced films with his friend and producer Côme Galan by shooting ZOZO, a short film that is close to the aesthetics of an advertisement. In February 2020, he released his three films accompanied by the works of two other artists (Eliane Maluréanu and Elodie Tann) during the immersive exhibition Doctor Blanche, for which he took charge of the artistic direction with his friend and journalist Paul Chigioni.


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