Wanda and the magazine Usbek & Rica made this portrait about me.
My picture of Sarah Gordy, Down syndrome actress I have been fortunate to work with.
my work with Sarah gordy featured in shots magazine.
Based on a true story, I have made the adaptation and directed this charity film for the CFCV ‘Collective Feministe Contre le Viol’ (Feminist Collective Against Rape) . A beautiful performance by Juliette Lamboley.
Nissan ‘That one night’
It was fun to direct this Ad for Nissan. This is the 75 seconds director’s cut. A great performance by Thibaut Wacksmann.
‘Everything’s Perfect‘, part of the ‘Saatchi&Saatchi 25X25, An experiment in film’, has been screened at the MoMA in New York, at the TATE Modern and at the BFI (British Film Institute) in London.
World Premiere of ‘Everything’s Perfect‘, segment of the ’25×25: An Experiment in Film’ at Saatchi&Saatchi New Directors’ Showcase 25th Anniversary in Cannes
‘Philippe André‘s commercial ‘Lycra Moves You’ impressed judges with it’s beautiful visuals at the Clio Awards 2015.
délicate gravité / delicate gravity
« Best of the festival award, which includes eligibility to submit the film for Oscar consideration, went to France’s “Delicate Gravity,” directed by Philippe Andre, starring Yvan Attal and Anne Parillaud. » – Pat Saperstein / Variety
« Philippe Andre’s Delicate Gravity (Delicate Gravite), starring Yvan Attal and Anne Parillaud as two lonely people who meet because of a cell phone call to a wrong number, received the Best of the Festival Award at the the 2013 Palm Springs International ShortFest, which concluded Sunday. » – The Hollywood Reporter.
« Philippe André created a heartwarming film that keeps you glued to the screen from start to finish. » – Just Celebrity
« Delicate Gravity is a unique insight into the lives of two lost individuals, and a clever production that continues to draw us in even in its final moments. » – Way Too Indie
« We caught up with the director to chat about Delicate Gravity, working with Attal and Parillaud and the feature films in the pipeline. » – Female First
« I found Delicate Gravity to be one of the most genuine films about human emotion and connection I’ve seen, and that deserves a lot of praise. » – French Toast Sunday
« THE BIG INTERVIEW: FTN interviews Philippe Andre, director of Delicate Gravity » – Following The Nerd
« Deb Stone is broadcasting live on the air with director, Philippe André. Listen in now 7PM / New York. » Artists on Demand
« Philippe joins us to discuss how he extended cuts to create a ‘slow dating’ film of sophistication, in which the audience has a rare opportunity to spend time with the characters as their fluke romance develops. » Directors Notes
« Delicate Gravity is a lovely film. Both leads are classic acts. It ends of a lovely, bittersweet yet uplifting note, that makes the film well worth it. » – The London Film Review
« Delicate Gravity, a short film by Philippe André and starring Yvan Attal and Anne Parillaud, is a beautifully composed piece of film making. Delicate Gravity is an exceptional short film about a small moment in time that deserved the many awards it already has. » – Vulture Hound
« Philippe André used his French charm to glue us to the screen from beginning to end. » – Film Shortage
« A touching story that has you thinking over many aspects, glimmers of hope in life, taking chances, following your heart. A strongly focused and emotive theme, an art form rather than film. Thoroughly recommended. » – Back to the Movies
« Delicate Gravity is beautifully acted and filmed. » – Woman Around Town
Philippe André a su créer un film émouvant qui vous tient en haleine du début à la fin… ArtéMédia
Comme promis il y a quelques jours, je mets ici en tension le court métrage de Philippe André, intitulé « The Rope » et un extrait de « l’Etre et le Néant« , de Sartre. – Harry Staut
Miraculeusement, dans ce clip, tout fonctionne, y compris les moments où le coeur disparait, laissant place à l’expression inquiète et fatiguée, sur ce visage, de la déchirure des sentiments et de la vacance du coeur. – Harry Staut
Song to say Goodbye
Song to say Goodbye (…) is a piece more akin to a short film, and in this respect a follow-up to André‘s first real short film, the impressive and thought provoking The Rope. – James Rose