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Jérémie Carboni

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Jérémie Carboni
Born (1980-12-28) 28 December 1980 (age 40)
Alma materRome University of Fine Arts
National School of Fine Arts (Rome)
Conservatoire libre du cinéma français
Political Science
OccupationFilm producer
Film director
Years active2005–present
RelativesJean-Michel Carboni (Father)

Jérémie Carboni (born 28 December 1980) is a French film producer, director, advisor and entrepreneur.[1][2]

Family and education

From his paternal grandmother's side, he is the descendant of the aristocratic and upper-class Michau family, from Orleans including senior political and business figures[3] (senior military officers, a deputy mayor of Orleans and industrialists).[4]

He is also a cousin of Bruno Rozenker, actor and voice actor[5] and a relative of Pierre-Bloch family. Cousin of David Pierre-Bloch (TV producer and politician);[6] great-nephew of Claude Pierre-Bloch (press attaché of Michel Sardou) and Jean-Pierre Pierre-Bloch (impresario and Paris' deputy mayor), sons of the minister Jean Pierre-Bloch and friends and collaborators of singer Johnny Hallyday.[7][8]

Grandson of Michel Carboni (1916-1977), senior customs official and on his mother's side of Jacques Rozenker (1932–2014), entrepreneur in the textile field, designer, who has worked with the singer Sylvie Vartan and has launched French stylists Marithé + François Girbaud.[9]

Carboni is the son of Jean-Michel Carboni (diplomat, senior executive of Gaz de France and Engie)[10] and Régine Rozenker (a classical pianist). The family lived in Norway, France, Greece, Hungary and also in Italy (for 6 years) where he attended the Lycée français Chateaubriand in Rome.[11] Then he studied at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma and at the Rome University of Fine Arts before graduating in filmmaking (CLCF Film School) in Paris.[12] He also studied briefly Political science.[1]

Film and Theatre career

Carboni began as a production assistant, assistant director and head of development for Stéphane Tchalgadjieff and Danièle Gégauff (Solaris S.A.), producers of film directors Michelangelo Antonioni, Jacques Rivette, Benoît Jacquot, Robert Bresson, Marguerite Duras, Wim Wenders, Wong Kar Wai, Steven Soderbergh, etc.[13]

His first film is the documentary Bartleby en coulisses, on the theatrical work of famous writer Daniel Pennac, for the reading-performance of Bartleby, the Scrivener (short story of Herman Melville) at the Théâtre de la Pépinière in Paris (2009).[14][15]

In 2013, Carboni founded and became president of the theatre company : Compagnie MIA (Mouvement International Artistique) for French writer Daniel Pennac in order to produce his shows (Journal d’un corps, L’œil, du loup, Mon frère...).[16] In the same year, he directed his second movie, a history of electronic music[17] with composers Jean Michel Jarre, Émilie Simon, Teho Teardo, Moriarty (band), François Bayle, etc.[18][19] The film has been selected and screened in Paris on 19 June 2013, by MusiquePointDoc film festival of La Gaîté Lyrique.[20][21]

In 2017, his third film is a portrait of French stylists Marithé et François Girbaud, inventors of skin-tight jeans, baggy trousers and the industrialization of Stone washing process.[22]

In 2021, he directed a tribute film on French writer Michel Déon, member of the Académie française and of literary movement named Les Hussards, born in the 1950s.[23] Michel Déon, Jean d'Ormesson, Milan Kundera, Emmanuel Carrère, Xavier Darcos, Yves Boisset, Eric Neuhoff, Antoine Gallimard took part in this film.[24]


Cinema & TV

Music videos

Theatre video capture

  • 2010 : Bartleby le scribe with Daniel Pennac (Théâtre de la Pépinière)

Theatre career (Compagnie MIA)

In 2013, under the impetus of French writer Daniel Pennac,[34] Carboni founded (with Laurent Natrella of the Comédie-française) and became Chairman of the Compagnie MIA.[35] He left his manager position in 2019.

Political and Business advisor


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  16. ^ ""Musique(s) électronique(s)" de Jérémie Carboni – nova". Nova.
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  18. ^ Marra, Massimo. " – Antonella Salvucci – Party per il compleanno".
  19. ^ "Compleanni da star: METTI, UNA SERA A CENA… in via Margutta -".
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  21. ^ "Musique(s) électronique(s), un documentaire de Jérémie Carboni – Sonore Visuel".
  22. ^ "Marithé + François = Girbaud" – via
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  24. ^ "Michel Déon ou la force de l'amitié" – via
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  26. ^ "Nouvelle Star 4 (2006) (suite)".
  27. ^ "Dominique Fidanza – La Place du passager (Video ufficiale)".
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  31. ^ moriartyofficiel (25 April 2016). "Moriarty – Long is The Night (360° VR)" – via YouTube.
  32. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 29 April 2016. Retrieved 3 May 2016.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  33. ^ "Moriarty : la chasse à l'Epiphany bientôt bouclée". 28 April 2016.
  34. ^ "Daniel Pennac legge Malaussène". 11 September 2017.
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  37. ^ Paris, Théâtre du Rond-Point. "Journal d'un corps – Théâtre du Rond-Point Paris". Théâtre du Rond-Point Paris.
  38. ^ "Théâtre du Soleil".
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  40. ^ "L'Oeil du loup – Les Archives du Spectacle". Les Archives du Spectacle.
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