SIMONE FLUHR

Born in 1959 at Mulhouse, Simone Fluhr is the director of Rivages (documentary film, 2016) and co-director of several documentary films including La petite étincelle (2014), Les éclaireurs (2011), and A cœur ouvert(2008). She has worked with asylum seekers in France from 1997 to 2012. Her most recent film is a portrait of the philosopher Jean-Luc Nancy titled L’Homme, ce vieil animal malade (production Dora Films, copyright 2020) which she wrote, directed and edited. It has been called a stunning and iconoclastic documentary which uses both spontaneous conversations and mise en scenes, drawing on Nancy’s old passion for acting.