Gabriel graduated from the BTS audiovisual René Cassin in Biarritz in 2011, and began his career as a video technician with the Canal plus group.Wishing to diversify, he participated in projects of all kinds as an assistant, then as a cinematographer, or as an assistant director on the feature film "Alex, Clément and all the others" by Cheng-Chui Kuo, selected in several festivals.With friends from the same training, he founded his production company, Kestu in 2016. Gabriel directed and edited several advertising projects, music videos and short films ( Drift, Les Yeux qui brillent, selected at the Cannes Film Festival). At the same time, he is training in directing actors at the CIFAP in Paris.In 2020 he directed his first documentary "Pôle espoir", a 52-minute film about the young hopefuls of the surf and bodyboard pole, broadcast on France 3.
Rebels don't know age
Naçiye is a 75-year-old Belgian woman living in Antalya, Turkey. She has Parkinson's disease. For the past 5 years, she has been going to boxing clubs to confront and relieve a body that no longer responds to her. In this country in full questioning of her identity, she decided to fight for the recognition of sport as an alternative care with the objective to create the first boxing club for Parkinson's patients. But will the effectiveness of Rock Steady Boxing be recognized in Turkey, where the drug lobby and the weight of tradition are a brake on knowledge of "one of the great epidemics of our century"