Julien Mauranne & Victor Guillon
Julien Mauranne (Director/DP). After an MA in New Technology, Julien started working for Grey Advertising, and then decided to make documentary films. He now collaborates with many production companies and press agencies like BROTHERFILMS, TOGETHER MEDIA, MAGNETO PRESS, CAPA, BELLOTA FILMS etc. He also directs his own films with LIONFISH FILMS.
Victor Guillon (Writer/Location-Scouter/Sound-Engineer). Born in 1986 in Paris, Victor Guillon has been teaching philosophy since 2010 and works concurrently on creative documentaries projects. Since 2007 his passion for Amazonian cultures brings him regularly to the heart of the Great Forest. In 2011 he directed his first short documentary on Colombian Shamanism: CURANDEROS, presented in various festivals. In 2013 he did a report on the encounter between Pierre Rabhi, famous French environmentalist, and Benki Piyako, Amazonian leader: BEIJA-FLORES, The humming-bird effect. A trip to Congo in 2014 allowed him to learn sound-engineering, and he completed a radio report on work in quarries: LES MAINS NUES ("BARE-HANDED"), for Arte Radio. Armed with these first experiences, he has been working since 2015 on the making of ONIBO, a feature film on the situation of the Shipibo people, in the Peruvian Amazon.