Graduation Semester MDP
Visiting Lecturer and Editing Adviser (2018)
Aurélie Ricard is a professional editor of both fiction and documentary films.
She is also a member of the international documentary film school “Les Ateliers Varan” since 1987, in which she has been instructing documentary editing in training courses promoted by the Varan Workshops in Paris and abroad, such as in South Africa, Afghanistan, Vietnam, and Portugal.
After her university studies in audiovisual Paris VII, Aurélie became a trainee and assistant editor in feature films of renowned directors such as Louis Malle, Jean-Pierre Melville or Jean Marboeuf.
Since then she has working in a dozen of fiction short films and almost as many feature films, including Jean-Pierre Bekolo's "The Aristotle's Conspiracy", Jean-Marie Teno's "Clando" or "Charlotte, tell your mother that I love her” directed by Ali Borgini with Anna Karina.
With a special interest in documentary creation she also has edited several documentary films, such as those of Leonardo Di Costanzo, Raoul Peck, and Robert Bozzi.
Aurélie is also a regular collaborator in the Documentary School of Lussas (France), and in the Africadoc Master in Senegal.