Arthur Harari




Arthur Harari was born in Paris in 1981 and studied cinema at University. He directed a number of short and medium-length films including La Main sur la gueule in 2007, which received numerous awards such as the Grand Prix at the Brive Festival and the Lutin award for best short film. More recently, Peine Perdue won the Grand Prix for short films at the 2013 Entrevues International Festival in Belfort. He is also an occasional actor (Age of panic [La bataille de Solférino] by Justine Triet in 2013). Dark Inclusion (Diamant noir) is his first feature film.