Amélie Ravalec is a London-based film director, video editor and colourist. She has been directing and producing documentaries independently since 2009: Art & Mind (2019), Industrial Soundtrack For The Urban Decay (2015) and Paris/Berlin: 20 Years Of Underground Techno (2012). Her films have been released theatrically worldwide with over 1000 screenings in cinemas, festivals and cultural institutions in 50 countries.

She has also been working as a freelance video editor and colourist for the last ten years in London, Paris, Melbourne, Brussels and Berlin, working in advertising, feature films, virtual reality, music and fashion. Clients include BBC, Canon, David Beckham, Eurostar, H&M, Google, Johnnie Walker, Nike, Porsche, Warner Bros, WWF.

Amélie Ravalec co-founded VR production company Circle Time in 2017, with clients including Musée d'Orsay, Opéra de Paris, SNCF and FNSEA. Amélie also edited VR feature film Fan Club, starring Sylvie Testud, Mathieu Kassovitz and Denis Lavant, released 2019. 

She co-founded Cornerman Films in 2019 with Total Boxer founder Matt Garcia. Cornerman Films is the first fighting arts production company, producing high-end commercials, documentaries and fiction exclusively for the boxing and martial arts market.

Amélie released her first photographic publication Japan Visions in 2018. She also ran Fondation Sonore, underground techno label and events and Brussels club The Lodge. She is also a record collector and DJ.


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