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Charlotte Robb

Former student of CinéCréatis, graduated in 2014, specialized in production, scriptwriter and co-director of the graduation film Mamy Boom, she is now a writer-director and TV production manager, based in Paris.

  • métier Auteure / Réalisatrice / Chargée de Production TV
  • promotion 2014

After her studies at Cinécréatis, she moved to the capital and managed to obtain her occasional worker status after a year. Since then, she has mainly worked as a production and casting manager at Purprod, a company specialized in TV content. She has thus been able to develop her professional experience on children’s TV shows, brand content, advertising and reports. Before this full-time position (2016/2018) and with her somewhat versatile profile, she had worked as a director, scriptwriter, camerawoman and editor, notably at Coyote, Christophe Dechavanne’s production company.

In 2015, she founded Miss Book with the digital producer Nawal Stouli, a humoristic youtube channel dedicated to literary criticism, and which counts 28k subscribers.

Today, alongside her activities as production manager, she continues to write, direct and edit episodes for Miss Book, which won the CNC “Young Talent” Grant in April. A significant financial support that allowed them to produce 8 videos in two months, on books included in the Baccalauréat program, in order to help students in their French Baccalauréat 2018 revisions.

Passionate about series, at the end of 2017 I took a scriptwriter’s course specializing in the serial format. Thanks to this experience, I have since worked on several series projects (comedy, detective drama) and brand content around the world of Poker. In June 2018, I organized a two-week writers’ residency in the countryside, to allow a dozen authors to progress on their respective projects, while benefiting from the group effect, which is super stimulating! Very attached to the direction of actors, I also have the project of finding my theatrical family to take over the activities of the Théâtre de l’Improviste.

Finally, whether it’s for cinema, television, digital or theater… What I want is to tell stories.

Cinécréatis brought me everything I expected from a film school: a technical apprenticeship and a human adventure.

The advantage is that you have access to equipment and more importantly: internships! In my opinion, this is the best way to enter the professional world. Students should take full advantage of the opportunity they are given to meet professionals and prove themselves in the field. It is thanks to my internships at Gaumont TV and AH! Production that I was able to find work quite quickly after Cinécréatis.“