Chloé Barreau

Chloé Barreau

Lecturer in Communications

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Licence, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Paris, 1998
Master, École Documentaire de Lussas, France, 2014

Chloé is a freelance creative producer, writer, and film-maker who lives in Rome. After studying French Literature at La Sorbonne University in Paris, she began her professional life in Italy teaching at the French Cultural Center & Gregorian University in Rome.

While working as a freelance journalist and translator, Chloé wrote and directed various short films including ACQUA PASSATA starring Riccardo Scamarcio and TV documentaries such as ANNA M. with French actress Anna Mouglalis and BLUE IS THE COLOUR, selected at London Raindance Film Festival in 2004.

That same year, she was recruited by Fox Channels Italy as a Promo Producer. After 10 years of working with prestigious international brands such as National Geographic Channel and winning multiple Promax Awards for creative communication along the way, it is clear that she knows a thing or two about On-Air Promotion and Branding.

Possessing the spirit of an independent film-maker, Chloé is never far from a project of her own. Despite a successful career in television, she never stops creating, often collaborating with director Andres Arce Maldonado for documentaries such as STARDUST MEMORIES (2008) or LA FAUTE A MON PERE (2013 : CIRCOM Award : “Best European documentary”).

Directing many Tv Specials, spots and promotion campaigns, she still works as a creative producer for FOX CHANNELS ITALY, RAI 3, STUDIO UNIVERSAL, CANAL +, and often collaborates as speaker and voice-over for promos and commercials.