Anne Denis Blanchardon (President)
Consul (Culture, Education & Science)
Educated in France and US, gratuated on Politic Science, International Relation and Public Law
Career in French Administration - Prime Minister's Office, Foreign Affairs Office, General Consulate of France in Shanghai and then Hong Kong.
Carina Lau is a famous Chinese-born Hong Kong actress. She performed in more than 60 starring roles in films (including Days of Being Wild, Ashes Of Time 2016, by Wong Kar Wai, Curiosity Kills The Cat, Bends, and recently From Vegas to Macau), TV series and plays. She received the Hong Kong Film Award for Best Actress, Golden Rooster Award for Best Actress, and has been nominated for Lands Best Actress at Cannes for her performance in Bones .
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Esteemed and prolific producer Nansun SHI has produced such blockbuster hits as The Flying Swords of Dragon Gate 3D (2011), Young Detective Dee – Rise of the Sea Dragon (2013) and The Taking of Tiger Mountain (2014). She was pivotal in the success of Cinema City and Film Workshop Co Ltd., which she founded with internationally-acclaimed Producer/Director TSUI Hark. Nansun was a member of the International Jury at the Berlin Film Festival in 2007 and at the Cannes Film Festival in 2011. In October 2013, the French Government honoured Nansun with the title of Officier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres. In August, 2014, the 67th Locarno Film Festival honoured Nansun with the Premio Raimondo Rezzonico for Best Independent Producer. In May, 2015, the 17th Udine Far East Film Festival honoured Nansun with the Golden Mulberry Life Achievement Award and the 20th Busan International Film Festival honoured Nansun with the Marie Claire Asia Star Awards’ Special Achievement Award in October.
Founded “Le Pavillon Rouge des Arts” in France in 2012 and “Le Pavillon Rouge des Arts HK Ltd” in Hong Kong in 2014.
Le Pavillon Rouge des Arts HK Ltd, is a cultural structure that aims to promote exchanges and artistic development between China and France: create, identify, advise, disseminate, compare and reconcile our societies through art.
Professor of Lettres Modernes
Chrystel Dupuch, trained by various acting methods (training at the international school of drama and mime Jacques Lecoq, with an actor from le Théâtre du Soleil, or with Julie Recoing at cours Florent) and certified in secondary school drama teaching, has brought several French plays on stage at the auditorium of FIS with the drama workshop that she directs. Since the creation of her first workshop at the Lycée Charles de Gaulle in London in 2003, she organised a trip to Bangkok and Shanghai with the students joining the Rencontres Théâtrales des Lycéens de la zone Asie participating to workshops with professionals or showing some parts of the work elaborated in Hong Kong.
Photo Courtesy of
Teo Keng Beng"