Director: Matthias Joulaud, Lucien Roux
Country: Switzerland
Year of production: 2022
Duration: 30 min
  • Human dignity
  • Human rights
  • Pupils
  • Students
  • Teachers
  • Journalists
  • Activists / NGOs
Inclusive component:
  • Sound description
  • Audio description
On Achill Island, off the west coast of Ireland, Cian hopes to spend his summer holidays playing football with his friends. For his grandfather Martin, though, this is the right time to introduce him to work on the farm. Ramboy is a tender and dreamlike film about the patience required to learn and pass on a profession from one generation to the next.
Matthias Joulaud

After studying photography and drawing at Beaux Arts de Paris, Matthias Joulaud turned to cinema by joining the ECAL/HEAD Master degree in Switzerland. His attraction for visual arts characterises his sober and intimate graphic style. The practice of photography and colour film had a deep influence on his aesthetic research around the landscape and portraiture. Today, Matthias regularly navigates between the practice of music videos, fiction and documentary.

Lucien Roux

A young director from Grenoble, he studied at ESADMM (the Marseille Mediterranean School of Art and Design) and at UQAM (University of Quebec in Montreal), where he learnt pictorial practice, and more particularly that of the cinematographic image. Today he has a DNSEP, and works at the Norbert Elias National Research Centre at the Fabrique des écritures where he makes documentaries in partnership with anthropologist researchers from the CNRS. Also Lucien teaches documentary practice at EHESS Marseille University, Avignon University (UAPV), Aix Marseille University (AMU) and the Jean Jaurès University of Toulouse (UTJJ).

In 2019, Matthias and Lucien founded La Maison Momo, a production association within which he carries out his own cinematographic projects.

L’Oreille Du Chien (2020)
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