Camille Alméras


Camille is an animation film director. 

After studying 2D animation at DMA in the ESAAT, she went for a 6 months exchange program in Norway. She directed her first film, Le Bleu Pays, a poetic promenade of paper cut. Back in Paris, she joined the Arts Décoratifs. In 2016, her clip, Les Mains Froides, for Oldelaf, won the First Prize at the BPI animated music video contest. 

Camille likes to draw rough sketches. She is fascinated by everyday life and its small events. Her films are born of documentary approach most of the time - her curiosity lead her from the workshop of a naval shipwright to the radiology rooms of the First World War. 

Currently, Camille alternates between commissioned projects and arthouse films. 

LA GRANDE GUERRE DE MARIE CURIE, a TV special she is developing with Tripode Productions, is already supported by many grants and residencies in France since the first steps of its writing. 


SANS PAPIER LE PARCOURS D'OBSTACLE - 2021 - 5 x 30 minutes

Direction of five videos for La Cimade


Motion design for the Sparadrap association

FAMILLE & EDUCATION - 2020 - 2 minutes 30

Promotional film for the société de la famille éducative

LE THÉ AU JASMIN - 2019 - 3 minutes 30

Linocut and 2D
 digital animation

Video clip for 27

OCEANBIRD - 2019 - 4 minutes

digital animation

Videoclip for Moon Loves Honey

FAERING - 2017 - 9 minutes 30

Stop motion and 2D
 digital animation

Graduation film at the EnsAD, 22 selections in international festivals

LES MAINS FROIDES - 2015 - 3 minutes 50

Paper decors and pixillation

Videoclip for Oldelaf

- First Prize of the «Faut qu’ça bouge !» contest by the BPI in 2016

- Audience Award at the Paris International Animation Film Festival (PIAFF) 2016

LE DON DE VETEMENTS - 2015 - 5 minutes 20

2D Animation and paper cuts

Commissioned film for the Secours Catholique

LE BLEU PAYS - 2014 - 2 minutes 50

Paper decors and 2D digital animation

Selected at Fredrikstad Animation Festival