Born in 1983, Bastien Dubois earned his diploma in CGI directing from Supinfocom, in Valenciennes, in 2006. His CGI graduation short was entitled AH. Bastien Dubois is a keen traveler, and it was during a trip from north of France to Istanbul, Turkey, that he had the idea of making animated travel log. His first independant film "Madagascar, a Journey diary" was based on a one year trip to the big red island. This film was pretty well received : he get more than 200 selections in international festivals including Sundance and got an oscar nomination in 2011... In 2012 he directed a TV program based on "Madagascar, a Journey diary" called "Faces From Places" a series of 20 animated 3 minute travelogue films featuring different countries around the world.
He recently directed a short film "Cargo Cult" wich takes place in Papua New Guinea during the second world war.