Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff

Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff

bio

Graduated of a Master of Film Direction and graduated in Law, Pierre-Emmanuel Le Goff is a director, producer and scriptwritter.

With his last production society, SlumbertLand Factory, he produced and co-wrote “Iranian Storie”, an interactif multimedia project dealing with the iranian protest movement.
Then, he produced and directed the short movie “Copy 0”, produced “Alice au pays s’émerveille” directed by Marie-Eve Signeyrole (Festival of Locarno, Aubagne, Albi).

In 2011, he distributed the movie “Donoma”, fist feature of Fjinn Carrénard presented in Cannes Festival (ACID selection) and Price Louis Delluc.

He directed the feature documentary “Thomas Pesquet – How to become an astronaut” and the TV movie  “Thomas Pesquet, l’envoyé spatial”.