Jeremie Levypon, director. Trained in Los Angeles at the prestigious UCLA and CalArts universities, known for his music videos and Hollywood advertising, each one more spectacular than the last: Against the Clock – Rilès, the last ‘Kamen’ campaign for the Yoko brand, where he made all the residents of the city of Tokyo disappear for a couple.
Countless major artists call on him, such as Gims for his politically engaged music video Immortel, announcing his comeback on the rap scene by addressing social injustices, one of the most expensive music videos in the history of French rap.
When he’s not on set, he’s documenting Gad Elmaleh’s life during his US tours (The Dream Tour). In 2018 and 2019, he won two NRJ Music Awards for Music Video of the Year. He’s one of the most promising directors on the current audiovisual scene.
In 2020, he became Netflix’s youngest director in Europe with his documentary Presque trop on the rise of the group Bigflo & Oli (best opening for a French music documentary).
"Jérémie Levypon a seulement 20 ans mais il a déjà un CV particulièrement rempli. Réalisateur de clips pour Rilès ou plus récemment Gims, il a accompagné Bigflo & Oli pendant plusieurs années jusqu’à aboutir au documentaire Presque trop, dévoilé sur Netflix le 8 octobre"
2 times NMA "Best music video of the year" winner.