After university studies in Literature and Communication, Olivier Meyrou entered the FEMIS and then studied in New York within the context of the Villa Médicis Hors les Murs. There he directed two documentaries. He continued with «Bye Bye Apartheid» (2004), «l’Avocat du diable» (2008) and «Acrobate» with Fabrice Champion in 2012. He received the Teddy Award during the 2007 Berlinale for «Au-delà de la haine», and his forbidden movie about Yves Saint-Laurent, «Célébration», was part of the Panorama selection during the 2008 Berlinale. «Parade», a movie about Fabrice Champion, was selected for the 2013 Berlin festival (Panorama section). All his movies are produced by Bénédicte Couvreur in Hold-Up Films. In parallel, he has begun to develop the work on real in his amenities «Identités» aux Subistances, «Nos limites» au 104.
Source : Le Monfort Théâtre