Jean-Julien Pous is an award-winning French filmmaker who explores animation combined with live-action. Born and lived in China, his short films embrace both Chinese and French culture.

He directed commercials, installations and augmented reality content for clients such as Arte, Lenovo, Chanel, Millet, the Spanish Tourism Board, the French Federation of Tennis, the museums of Wuxi (China) and Hangeul (Korea). He gave 3d animation lectures at Kookmin University, Seoul from 2013 to 2017.

He is now working for the National Museum of Korea, on documentaries (Arte, RMC), and the animation shorts of Min Sung-Ah (Boriya, Annecy 2020) and Catarina Romano.


Contact  moc.suopjj@olleh

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Awards


2017    Audience Award, Jeju Film Festival, South Korea
Honorable Mention, Long Rural Category, Arica Nativa
Best Short Documentary, Toronto Beaches Film Fest
Best Feature, Be Epic! London International film Festival
Silver Award, Spotlight Documentary Film Awards
2016    Jury Prize, 3mn Film Festival
2015    iF Gold Design Award
New York Festival Awards - Silver World Medal
Art Director Club Award
2014    Red Dot Design Award
2011    Best Animation, Zuma Film Festival
2009    Platinum Remi Award, WorldFest Houston
Young Directors Forum, Meribel
NPS Best New Arrival, Rotterdam International Film Fesival
2008    Grand Jury Prize, Foli-O-Skop, Québec
2006    Jury Prize, Public Prize, FlashLife, France
 

Solo Exhibitions


2016    Keumsan Gallery, Seoul
2015    Art Space Hue, Paju, South Korea
2014    Keumsan Gallery, Seoul
   

Group Exhibitions


2019    Leesang Art Gallery, Seoul
2017    Asia Hotel Art Fair Seoul, Intercontinental Grand Seoul Parnas
2016    Kintex Spoon Art Show, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea
Savina Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul
2015    Spoon Art Fair, Hongik University, Seoul
Asia Hotel Art Fair Seoul, Conrad Hotel
Art Edition, Marco Polo Hotel, Hong Kong
2014    Art Edition, Hangaram Museum of Art, Seoul Art Center
Asia Hotel Art Fair Seoul, Lotte Hotel
Asia Hotel Art Fair Hong Kong, Marco Polo Hotel
2013    Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin, Germany



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