Benjamin Massoubre

Benjamin Massoubre discovered the richness and diversity of animated cinema in the halls of the Clermont Ferrand Short Film Festival. This interest quickly became a passion, then a vocation. After studying editing, Benjamin worked as an assistant on many live-action films and commercials before finally being able to work in animation. He worked first as an assistant editor then as an editor on various series and projects before moving on to feature films with prestigious films such as “At the Very Top of the World” and “Calamity” by Rémi Chayé, “The Big Bad Fox” by Benjamin Renner and Patrick Imbert, “Little Vampire” by Joann Sfar, “I Lost My Body” by Jérémy Clapin and “The Summit of the Gods” by Patrick Imbert.