Anne Maregiano is a director who, before directing her first short film of 26 minutes 'Timor Lorosae, Long Journey to Freedom' was a production assistant for musical documentary films for five years in Australia on the referendum of August 1999 for the independence of East Timor.
After returning home, she trained in documentary filmmaking at Ateliers Varan, where she directed 'The Asso', which was featured in Creteil Women Film Festival in 2001.
Maregiano attended a concert at the Louvre Charlemagne Palestine, a New York musician from the minimalist movement of the 70s, then decided to make her first feature documentary about the original artist. Her feature documentary 'Charlemagne Palestine, the Golden Sound' was shown for the first time in Paris in June 2001.
At the same time, she directed several short documentary films: The Art of Learning in 2003, where she filmed young adolescents for a few months at an art school in the United States. Her other films: 'Jonas Adolfas, Pola, Journey to Paris' (2004) dedicated to three great experimental filmmakers, 'The City in 2030?' And 'Urban Water' in 2007/2009 devoted to workshop Urban Design for the Ile-de-France Regional Council and INHA, 10 years already 'in 2011 for the National Institute of History of Art', 'Another blow' in 2012 for the Federation of Houses Youth and Culture in the Ile-de-France, 'My crocodile' in 2013 to the Association Relais Enfants-Parents Lyon.
For seven years, she has filmed and made commissioned films on architecture, urbanism or art history.
Her latest project is a sound portrait workshop and audiovisual at the Maison des Aveugles in Lyon.
A film by Anne Maregiano. This documentary takes the form of an intimate confession backed up by historical archives. 70min - 2010