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Franck Buzz

Franck Buzz, artistic director, actor, former light designer, co-founder of Impro Infini and Subito Festival.

Founder in 2004 and artistic co-director of the professional company IMPRO INFINI (France).

IMPRO
Co-founder and artistic director of IMPRO INFINI and SUBITO, the largest international impro festival in France.

Franck BuzZ enjoys playing free and organic improvisation and he likes to mix languages and cultural differences to share pleasure to be all together.

Franck was invited to perform and/or to teach in many places in France and Marocco, Wurzburg Festival 2013, IMPRO Berlin festival 2014, Roma Welcome festival 2014, Seattle UP festival 2014, Milano Mitico 2015, Halle Impronale 2015, Leuven Improovelicious 2016, Tampere FIIF 2016, Nancy 2016.

As a former light engineer, he created the format « Impro LightboX » where lighting atmospheres are the starting point of each new scene. "Impro LightboX" won a jury’s Trophy at the Impronale Festival in Halle (Germany) in 2015, after been played in Berlin and Roma, and before Belgium and France in 2016.

When Franck is not improvising, he likes to travel, do scuba diving, whale watching, meet other cultures and take impro lessons every day with his 1-year-old daughter.

Last but not least, Franck BuzZ worked and performed with lovely improvisers : Randy Dixon (Seattle), Shawn Kinley and Steve Jarand (Loose Moose Theatre), Yuri Kinugawa (Tokyo), Joe Bill (Chicago), Naomi Sneckius (Toronto), Felipe Ortiz (Colombia), Sonja Vilc (Slovenia), Matthieu Loos (France), Marko Mayerl (France), Inbal Lori (Israel), ... and with famous clowns John Turner and Mike Kennard (Mump and Smoot - Canada) and Ludor Citrik (France).

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LIGHTING DESIGN

LIGHTS AND VIDEO
Franck worked as a light designer during the 2000’s for national theaters, music festivals but also more intimate shows. He has participated to performances on tour in France and abroad (Morocco, Gabon, Venezuela, Canada ...) and created lighting designs for many shows and many disciplines (dance, theater, rock music, electronic music...) in front of audiences till 30 000 people.
He likes to mix lights and video projections. According his opinion, lights must support artists to sublimate them on stage.

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