Hadrien Touret
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Hadrien Touret

  • Strasbourg
  • Grenoble
  • Laon
  • Le Touquet
  • Lille
  • Lyon
    • Marseille
    • Metz
    • Montpellier
    • Nice
    • Paris
    • Reims
    • Rouen
    • Saint-Malo
    • Toulouse
    • Famars
    • Tours
    • Vichy
    • Wasselonne
    • Grasse
    • Dijon
    • Clermont-Ferrand
    • Annecy
    • Barr
    • Bordeaux
    • Brive
    • Cannes
    • Cayenne
    • Chartres
From 20 August 2018 to 28 August 2018
Hadrien Touret is laureate 2018 of the VR writing residency of the French Institute and of the VR Arles festival.


Art director, filmmaker and producer based in Paris and Barcelona, Hadrien Touret has produced and directed short films (Le Dormeur, 2014 is selected at the Clermont-Ferrand festival and broadcast on France Tv). He has co-written a series (Sang Bleu, 2018, winner of the FAIA, CNC). He has directed videos and produced digital content for advertising agencies (Mazarine, BETC Digital, Being).


He has collaborated with choreographers and produced video-dances and installations (Medhi Farajpour, 15th Nuit Blanche de Paris, Institut du Monde Arabe / Aina Alegre, Dança Em Foco, Rio de Janeiro / Eleonore Didier, festival 360 Degrés, la Passerelle, Scène nationale de Saint-Brieuc).


Fascinated by interactive storytelling, he created Graceville, a cinematographic fiction project in virtual reality, winner of the CNC's Digital Experiences Fund and in the writing workshop for virtual reality at the VR Arles Festival.

Residency Project

Suffering from amnesia after a car accident, we are accused of the murder of Grace, a nineteen-year-old woman whose body was found in the wreckage. To help the police conduct the investigation, a hypnotherapist will immerse us back in our memory. 

Under hypnosis, the spectator will fall in the inner world of the character, a strange and dark universe where some parts of the past are either missing or incomplete. They will have to recompose the puzzle of the character’s memories to understand who they are and solve the mystery of Grace’s death. 

Graceville, Hadrien Touret
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