Antoine Le Bos

Curriculum Vitae

Antoine Le Bos is a French screenwriter and script-consultant, with more than 25 feature scripts delivered as a writer or co-writer, and an experience of following over a hundred feature projects as a consultant.

After spending early years as a sailor and a started PhD in philosophy at the Sorbonne, eventually he graduated from the CEEA in Paris (Conservatoire Européen des Écritures Audiovisuelles) in 1996.  After directing short films and on-stage experiments in theatre, contemporary opera in Paris and Prague, he co-created 3D animation series "RATZ", shown in more than 20 countries, and created the “ciné-écritures workshops” in Paris in 2002.  Soon he discovered a deep affection for dramaturgy.  He then worked as a consultant for the “Moulin d’Andé” (CECI, France), tutoring their 2005, 2006 and 2007 rewriting sessions, as well as “European Short Pitch”, 2007 to 2010 sessions, and taught screenwriting at Brest University.  He won the “Gan Foundation Prize” as a writer in 2005 for a feature film project called "LA VAGUE NOIRE".  Antoine has been a tutor and consultant for “Script&Pitch Workshops” and “TorinoFilmLab” since 2007, as well as for “Interchange” in 2009, 2010, 2011.

In 2007, Antoine Le Bos became the Artistic Director of “Le Groupe Ouest”, an European centre for film creation in Brittany (France), and recently co-created the “Cross Channel Film Lab” between France and Great Britain.  In “Le Groupe Ouest”, together with Marcel Beaulieu and Yann Apperry, he has been building the core of a new methodological approach for script development.