Cameraman/Réalisateur

Alexis Duclos is an award winning cameraman/documentary filmmaker following a successful career as a news/magazine photographer who traveled the world for over thirty years.

In 2018/2019 He produced and directed one-hour documentary on the mummies in Philippines. “ Ibaloy Mummies: The sanctuary of the saoul”. In 2018, he was teacher at the famous university in Paris science po in “Tv working” for students in master.

He is a permanent stringer for NBC NEWS covering breaking stories such as the Paris and Brussels Terrorist attacks, the Germanwings and Egyptair crashes as well as the French political scene. Alexis has also produced videos for the UNHRC and for corporate business. His one-hour documentary on the mentally ill in the Ivory Coast called “Les Enchainées” for France television received a special mention from the jury in the FIGRA news documentary festival in 2014. He was the principle cameraman in the documentary he initiated, “The Man Who Would Be King”, broadcasted by the CBC, International National Geographic and Sundance Channel. The film about a Sudanese refugee who becomes King of his tribe in Southern Sudan was nominated for two Gemini awards: Best Script and Best Social Political documentary.

For nineteen years from 1985-2004, Alexis Duclos belonged to the staff of the prestigious photo press agency Gamma. His tenure with Gamma enabled him to travel extensively around the world covering a variety of topics, and he soon became one of the most versatile photographers of the agency. He has reported on the famine in Africa, social unrest in Europe, economic crisis in South America, deforestation but also the Olympic games in Seoul, Barcelona and Sydney, the Cannes Film Festival and fashion

Cameraman and producer, don’t hesitate to contact me for your work projects.

Le jeune violoniste virtuose Léo Couralet. Paris/2020

Léo Couralet

Paris confiné. Printemps 2020

Paris durant le confinement. Avril 2020
Paris 26 mars 2020

2019. Vidéo clip pour Cecilia Poullain de « Createcommunicate »

« Hi Elizabeth, I just wanted to let you know that Alexis did my photos and video. Thank you so much for the recommendation – he was great!  And he has just sent me the final product, so incredibly quick!  » Cecilia Poullain




Montage de 1mn 30 sur le procédé « CERTIN » d’ ARKEMA

https://vimeo.com/381200206


Vidéo de 16 mn pour le département des Yvelines 2018

Témoignages de descendants de poilus. Guerre de 14/18 pour le département des archives des Yvelines



Teaser de 3 mn. « Les momies Ibaloy ou le sanctuaire de l’âme » 2019

LES MOMIES IBALOY OU LE SANCTUAIRE DE L’ÂME

Un documentaire de 52 minutes réalisé par Alexis DUCLOS

Les Philippines recèlent un extraordinaire patrimoine : des momies datant du 12ème siècle, très peu connu du grand public, dont le procédé de momification est unique.

Orlando Abinion, conservateur en chef au Musée national de Manille et l’anthropologue Dario Piombino-Mascali sont nos guides durant cette expédition dont l’enjeu est de comprendre le sens et l’origine de ces stupéfiantes momies découvertes en 1900.

VERSION FRANCAISE

ENGLISH VERSION


IBALOY MUMMIES: THE SANCTUARY OF THE SOUL. For generations, the existence of ancient mummies in the Philippines remained a closely guarded secret of the Ibaloy local people. Produced by Alexis Duclos and Nancy Ing an exclusive 52 minutes documentary A ND2 Production (C)2019



NBC LEARN. Reportage sur le château de GUEDELON

CLIQUER SUR LE LIEN CI-DESSOUS

https://www.nbclearn.com/portal/site/learn/cuecard/70582


Reportage pour NBC NEWS. Salon de l’automobile




« Les enchaînés « , Prix du jury – FIGRA 2013. Extrait du film documentaire de 26 minutes pour France télévision.



Extrait. « The man who could be king ». Je suis à l’initiative de ce documentaire de 52 minutes dont j’ai participé au tournage. Réalisé pour CBC, National Geographic TV et Sundance Channel, ce film raconte l’histoire d’un réfugié qui devient roi. Documentaire nominé pour deux « Gemini awards : meilleur scripte et meilleur document politique et social.

Alexis Duclos was the principle cameraman in the documentary he initiated, “The Man Who Would Be King”, broadcasted by the CBC, International National Geographic and Sundance Channel. The film about a Sudanese refugee who becomes King of his tribe in Southern Sudan was nominated for two Gemini awards: Best Script and Best Social Political documentary.

Portrait of King Adongo Akway Gilo


For UNHCR, I filmed the refugees at Calais/France



Réalisation d’une série de trois films de 3 minutes pour l’UNHCR et l’Union Européenne dans les camps de réfugiés du sud du Tchad. Education, Santé, Agriculture





Près du Bataclan le 13 novembre 2015. Rushs



« Les enchaînés « , Prix du jury – FIGRA 2013. Film documentaire de 26 minutes pour France télévision dont je suis l’auteur et le réalisateur.



Réfugiés fuyant le régime de Mouammar Kadhafi 2011