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Paul Guilhaume

Paul Guilhaume is a promising and gifted cinematographer from France, who successfully completed his studies at La Fémis in Paris in 2014. In 2015, he earned acclaim for his documentary "The Lives of Thérèse," directed by Sébastien Lifshitz, which was selected for the esteemed La Quinzaine section at the Cannes Film Festival.

His exceptional talent has been further recognized with his first feature film, "Ava" (2017), directed by Léa Mysius, which earned a spot in the International Critics' Week at the Cannes Film Festival. Notably, the film received the prestigious Golden Wolf Award at the Montreal Festival of New Cinema and won the award for Best Cinematography at the Stockholm Film Festival.

Continuing to impress, Paul Guilhaume's latest work as a cinematographer in "Treat Me Like Fire" (Joueurs, 2018), directed by Marie Monga and starring Stacy Martin and Tahar Rahim, was included in the distinguished Quinzaine section at the Cannes International Film Festival, solidifying his position as a rising talent in the world of cinematography.

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