Timothee Layat

Graduated in Film & Television from the University of the Arts London (UAL), Timothee Layat then worked as a Freelancer in video editing.

He worked on several projects, including the short-film Imphal 1944, which he co-wrote and co-produced in 2014 that won 3 awards at the Monaco short film festival.

In 2016, he worked on the documentary “Pette, un hôpital, une vie”. He then joined the team of Bord Cadre films as assistant producer.