Delphine Mantoulet


- Saturday 9th of April - 13h30 - Artplexe 7

Classically trained as a pianist, Delphine Mantoulet developed her taste for electronic music during her stay in London at the English underground label Swan Island between 1998 and 2000. She then worked for Warner Music for the Yellow label and then for the Naïve label.

She met director Tony Gatlif while working on the movie Exils in 2004, which is when she began her career as a composer. Then she went on to compose the soundtracks for Tony Gatlif’s films Transylvania, Liberté, Indignados, Indignez-vous !, Geronimo and was nominated twice for the César award for best film score (Liberté and Exils).

Between 2017 and 2019, she composed the music for the show Lala Bidoum, created by the dancers of Caroline Carlson, signed the soundtrack of the documentary Des Iles et Des Joueurs broadcasted on France Télévision and worked on the music for a series of 30 episodes of Rita Elquessar. In 2020, Delphine recorded in the South of France with Nicolas Reyes (Gipsy King), Karoline Rose Sun and Manero, the music of Tom Medina by Tony Gatlif released in August 2021. She was named Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres on October 29th, 2021.

Duet with Tony Gatlif

Born on the occasion of Festival’s 20th anniversary, the “Duets” program shines a light on loyal directors and composers who, with their recurring collaborations, keep dazzling our eyes and making our ears vibrate. 

For its fourth edition, “Duets” welcome two duets : Emmanuelle Bercot and Éric Neveux, as well as Tony Gatlif and Delphine Mantoulet.

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