Bérénice Meinsohn’s artistic journey started with paper and pencil, and continued with a miniDV camera in the 2000s. She quickly directed and edited home-made films that she distributed on the web. Documentaries, music videos, video art… She also won several short film competitions, and the prestigious “Fipa d’Or” a few years later in 2014. At the same time, she entered (very stealthily) the advertising world, which allowed her to perfect her sense of communication and gain technical skills. She also carries out various projects with a public featured by special characteristics such as old age or disability. Bérénice loves directing amateurs and working with archives.
She has been working for about ten years as a writer, director or editor for various productions, mainly documentaries and museography. Among her references or collaborations, we can mention the Arc de Triomphe, the Musée Branly, or the series “Patience Mon Amour” (Patience My Love) which will be released in July 2021 on Arte Channel.