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Benjamin Lemaire
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Lemaire attends to Cabourg Festival 2016
BornBenjamin Lemaire
(1985-07-15) 15 July 1985 (age 36)
Sedan, France
🏳️ NationalityFrench
Arthur T. Manderley
🏫 EducationParis Descartes University
💼 Occupation
Blogger, director, screenwriter
📆 Years active  2006–present
Stylesurrealist, symbolism

Benjamin Lemaire, born in Sedan on 15 July 1985 is a French blogger, writer, director and consultant.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

Born in a musician family,[3] Lemaire was in middle school at Nassau (Sedan) in class with Élise Bussaglia, and was supporter of CS Sedan Ardennes, before going to Paul Verlaine high school in Rethel. [4] He's described as a "pretty lonely teenager who wasn't too successful with girls, very geeky and into video games".[4] After his sciences diploma, he studied audiovisual at Troyes university in 2003 where he directed his first short movies. [5]

He co-created movie portal KidActors, then created non profit called Clap' Avenir as a vice president, where he started to organize meetings between young artists and their public. [5]

Benjamin Lemaire started his professional career as a talent agent at Jacky Henser Agency in 2005 [5].

In 2014, Lemaire ran for the municipal elections in Paris with the slogan "I already have the name, give me the role[6]".[7] Future mayor of Paris, Anne Hidalgo, humorously announced that she would vote for him. [8]

Reputed to be an "ace communicator",[9][10] he has advised brands such as Gaumont Pathé,[11] Orange or Lagardère.[12][5]

In 2015 he worked as artistic director of startup YouTube Label.[5] Same year, he created SocialTube,[13] the first talent agency dedicated to youtubers and influencers.[14][15] He managed [16] professional gamer Kayane, youtubers like Wesley Krid and Sparkdise, or produced webseries like Trendy5.[5]

Same year, he created creative agency Digital VIP to advise celebrities.[17][18]

Nicknamed the "community manager to the stars" [19][20][21] or "the friend of stars",[22] he has advised major celebrites[23] such as actresses Sophie Marceau,[24][25][26][27] Emmanuelle Béart,[28] or Oscar-winner Juliette Binoche,[29][30] actors like Raphaël Personnaz,[31] musicians like rapper JoeyStarr,[32][33] or humorists like Kheiron, a work that is regularly analysed and noticed by the media.[34][12]

Lemaire met Marceau through the agent Dominique Besnehard, met at a meeting of Ségolène Royal in 2008.[35] He was behind a video where the actress filmed in the street paparazzi who chased her, a humorous video where she parodied an ad for Dior,[35] her support to Jacqueline Sauvage which provoked the massmedia coverage of the case, her refusal of the Legion of Honour, and most of her buzz on social medias.[33][12]

In November 2016, Buzzfeed News revealed in an investigation that Lemaire has been taken into custody for corruption of minor and sexual misconduct on a minor,[36][5] after having a consent relationship with a 14-years-old boy,[37] with no link to his professional activities,[38][39][19] and was finally sentenced on September 2018 to 20 months of prison.[40][41] At this occasion, he made the front page of Closer magazine with Sophie Marceau.[42]

Specialized in content creation, especially in culture, he has photographed many concerts, and has been involved in the fight for copyright.[43][44]

Lemaire also writes surrealist poem books and works on experimental writing.[3] He also works on generative art (visual and writing). His first book written entirely by an algorithm, Aléas, was released in 2014. In 2016, he wrote a series of 7 collections of experimental texts mixing dreams and automatic writing, published from 2019 in 7 books called Cahier d'Ecritures. [45]

As a blogger[edit]

Historical figure of the Parisian blogosphere,[5][40] Lemaire started his blog Quo Vadis? in 2003.[3] His columns on satyrical blog[3] Megaconnard have been very popular and he was considered as a influent blogger.[46][47] In 2009 he co-created music portal Soul Kitchen,[48] in reference to The Doors, and sold it in 2010 to create LeTransistor,[49] a music website which is also a production company, with French activist Agnès Bayou.

In 2006, the weekly magazine Les Inrockuptibles, ranked him among the 50 best bloggers.[50] Following year, he was named among the best French blogs at the European Weblog Awards. His music blog Soul Kitchen and Le Transistor were consistently ranked among the most influential in France. [51][52][53]

In 2012, during the debates on same-sex marriage in France, he outed his ex-friend Frigide Barjot's husband, leader of the movement,[54] or violently criticized Christine Boutin for his conservative positions.[55] In 2013, he published a photo of the star presenter Yann Barthès making a quenelle, after he had spent several broadcasts denouncing the anti-Semitic side of the gesture.[56][57] Same year, he unveiled in an article on Megaconnard that French deputy and mayor of Cholet, Gilles Bourdouleix, said in front of a Roma camp that Hitler "may not have killed enough".[58] His column "Heil Gilles!" is quickly picked up by the press and the politician denies it, then threatens to sue for defamation.[59] The blogger broadcast the audio demonstrating his words in Le Courrier de l'Ouest,[60] and Bourdouleix was convicted the following year, then appealed.[61]

He wrote many articles about new artists and photographed many concerts and festivals and he's considered as a music talent scout.[3]

From 2013 to 2016, Lemaire was a columnist on Radio Neo in the weekly show Des Dièses et des Bémols.[62] He also had a weekly column on Virgin Radio from 2014 to 2015 in Le Lab.

His blogging activities have allowed him to establish his professional reputation and legitimacy.[49]

As a director[edit]

In 2003, he directed his first short movie with French actor Jean Senejoux,[63] aged 10, where he begun his work on childhood.[5] Working a lot on this theme, he's sometimes described as "an adult stuck in adolescence".[64][19][65]

His end-of-study[3] short movie Clair Obscur, directed in 2005, was awarded in 21 festivals,[66] including a Best Actor award for Arnaud Marciszewer.[67]

In 2010, he directed the SK*(wat) Sessions in a 4000m² squat in the center of Paris, in support of non profit organization Jeudi Noir.[68]

In 2011 he directed for French band Yules a 3D stereographic musicvideo for Absolute Believer in a sequence shot, which was the first 3D on YouTube.[69][70][71] Yules describes his universe as "close to Michel Gondry".[72]

In 2013 he released his first film in cinemas, distributed by Pathé.[73][74][75][76]

In 2012, a few days after the arrest of Kim Schmitz of Megaupload and in the middle of a political debate on illegal downloading, he filmed French band Les Rois de la Suède (fr) being stripped naked by people acting as illegal platforms.[77] The clip is controversial, with many Internet users advocating the free sharing of works.[78][79][80][81]

In 2016 he directed Different, a short movie about transidentity.[66] Movie was shown and awarded in festivals like Sarajevo Film Festival,[3] Brussels Independent Film Festival,[82] CINEMQ,[3] Inside Out Film and Video Festival,[83] São Paulo International Film Festival,[3] Thessaloniki International Film Festival,[3] Minikino Film Week,[3] Seattle Queer Film Festival,[84] Leeds International Film Festival,[85] or Reelout Queer Film Festival. [86]

Benjamin Lemaire directed more than 300 films, mostly unplugged sessions. His music collaborations include Justin Bieber, Bruno Mars, Asaf Avidan, Florence and the Machine, Shaka Ponk, Skip the Use or The Script. [3][66]

As a press photographer, he has worked with agencies Maxppp,[5] Wostok Press[87] and Virtuo Press.[88]

Filmography as a director[edit]

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Feature[edit]

  • 2018 – Requiem
  • 2013 – Lilly Wood and the Prick au Trianon

Short movie[edit]

  • 2018 – Different
  • 2017 – A nightmare
  • 2015 – A Woman
  • 2011 – Attention
  • 2005 – Rapt
  • 2005 – Clair Obscur
  • 2005 – Paroles de nuit
  • 2004 – Esprit es-tu là?
  • 2003 – Clap avenir
  • 2003 – Sous le lit

Musicvideo[edit]

  • 2015 – Wigwam Squaw, Eyes
  • 2014 – Wigwam Squaw, Sam's revolver
  • 2014 – Ben Mazué, Vivant (unplugged)
  • 2013 – Wigwam Squaw, Armchair
  • 2012 – Les Rois de la Suède, Ta liberté de voler
  • 2013 – Wigwam Squaw, Set you on fire
  • 2011 – Yules, Absolue believer (3D)
  • 2011 – Wigwam Squaw, NFM
  • 2011 – Wigwam Squaw, Intro
  • 2010 – Sugarfame [5]

Webserie[edit]

  • 2017 – 30 seconds in Paris (4 episodes)
  • 2016 – Trendy 5[5]
  • 2012 – Saint Zak
  • 2010-2016 – The Transistor Sessions (86 episodes)
  • 2010-2011 – P20RIS (2 seasons, 45 episodes)
    • S1E01 : Folks
    • S1E02 : Minor Sailor
    • S1E03 : Mai
    • S1E04 : Mermaid
    • S1E05 : Anger
    • S1E06 : Freckles
    • S1E07 : Blue Majorettes (Marek Zerba)
    • S1E08 : The Fleets (Fauve)
    • S1E09 : Candy Clash
    • S1E10 : Ben Mazué [fr]
    • S1E11 : Alex Toucourt
    • S1E12 : Carp
    • S1E13 : MXam
    • S1E14 : Cheers
    • S1E15 : Quentin Michel
    • S1E16 : Charles Pasi [fr]
    • S1E17 : Twin Twin
    • S1E18 : Kitsch Device
    • S1E19 : Clint is gone
    • S1E20 : Edward Barrow
    • S2E01 : Loane
    • S2E02 : Kid Bombardos
    • S2E03 : Wigwam Squaw
    • S2E04 : Selah Sue
    • S2E05 : Ben Mazué [fr]
    • S2E06 : Namasté
    • S2E07 : Owlle [fr]
    • S2E08 : Tété
    • S2E09 : Misteur Valaire
    • S2E10 : Mademoiselle K
    • S2E11 : Antoine Leonpaul
    • S2E12 : Blousey Brown & The Suicide Panda Squad
    • S2E13 : Shaka Ponk
    • S2E14 : Nameless
    • S2E15 : Rococo
    • S2E16 : Asaf Avidan
    • S2E17 : Cascadeur (musicien) [fr]
    • S2E18 : Le Prince Miiaou [fr]
    • S2E19 : Lisa Portelli
    • S2E20 : Nadéah
    • S2EHS1 : Ycare
    • S2EHS2 : Lilly Wood and the Prick
    • S2EHS3 : The Wombats
    • S2EHS4 : Lyre le temps
  • 2010 – The SK*wat Sessions (10 episodes)
  • 2009-2010 – The SK* Sessions (32 episodes)

Live concert[edit]

  • 2014 – Wigwam Squaw
  • 2013 – Stuck in The Sound: live à l'EMB Sannois
  • 2011 – Cheers: Live à La Clef
  • 2010 – AaRON: live at Casino de Paris
  • 2010 – Rococo à La Maroquinerie
  • 2010 – Corinne Bailey Rae
  • 2010 – Grand Corps Malade
  • 2009 – Sacha Page au Gibus
  • 2009 – Dan Deacon live at Villette Sonique

Bibliography[edit]

  • 2013 – Études du néant, Neverland Éditions, ISBN 9781086120448 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2014 – Aléas, self-published.
  • 2015 – Effluves, Neverland Éditions, ISBN 9781086142389 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2015 – Recyclage, Neverland Éditions, ISBN 9781086144406 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2016 – Divagations surréalistes, Neverland Éditions, ISBN 9781086144055 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2017 – A poison tree, self-published.
  • 2017 – Randomness, Neverland Éditions, ISBN 9781086147629 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2018 – connivences, Kensington, ISBN 978-2-492834-01-1 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2018 – Illusions submergées - Cahier A, Kensington, serie "Cahiers d'écritures", 350 p. ISBN 978-2-492834-00-4 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2019 – Aimants & Paradoxes - Cahier B, Kensington, serie "Cahiers d'écritures", 284 p. ISBN 978-2-492834-02-8 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..
  • 2020 – Travaux imbéciles - Cahier C, Kensington, serie "Cahiers d'écritures", 330 p. ISBN 978-2-492834-03-5 Search this book on Amazon.com Logo.png..

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