Marian Lacombe. Photo (c) Brigitte Lacombe

Marian Lacombe

Marian Lacombe is a French independent documentary filmmaker. She filmed and interviewed the 60 extraordinary women featured in The Female Lead video project. She has worked as a reporter, anchorwoman, and editor-in-chief on daily news and magazines for the private French television channel M6 in Paris, as well as opened and ran their correspondent headquarters in Lyon and Marseilles. For M6 TV, Marian created a nightly talk show, DAZIBAO, and the first behind the scenes program on the world of fashion, MODE 6. She directed documentaries on filmmakers, choreographers, and designers such as Mira Nair, Agnès Varda, Robert Altman, Philippe Decouflé, and Christian Lacroix. Marian Lacombe has interviewed and filmed the many international directors, actors, and producers photographed by Brigitte Lacombe for the Doha Film Institute photographic and video project I AM FILM.  In 2012, for the London Olympic Games, Marian and Brigitte Lacombe collaborated on HEY’YA, a book and an Exhibition at Sotheby’s about Arab Women in Sport. Marian is a regular contributor to the cultural website Sculpture Nature. She also filmed and worked on travel assignments for Condé Nast Traveler Magazine.

Latest Articles

Artworks 14/11/2016

Gloria Friedmann presents Attraction fatale at the Tuileries Garden.

Gloria Friedmann presents « Attraction Fatale » at the Tuileries Garden. This new version of Adam and Eve is part of ...

Artworks 02/09/2016

Walking through Central Park with Tatiana Trouvé

It’s her first public commission in the United States.  Italian artist Tatiana Trouvé was inspired by the miles ...

Artworks 06/05/2016

The Parliament of Reality, Olafur Eliasson

It is a place to gather and discuss in the Hudson Valley, upstate New York. An island at ...

Destinations 28/04/2016

Interview with the Fields Sculpture Park curator, Nicole Hayes

Omi International Arts Center comprises sixty acres of land and woods. The Fields Sculpture Park offers nearly eighty ...

Artworks 06/04/2016

The Forty-Part Motet : 40 speakers, 40 voices. A Janet Cardiff sound installation.

 40 loud speakers in an empty room overlooking the garden. The installation is simple but the experience amazingly beautiful. ...

Artworks 01/04/2016

An Egg-Shaped Auditorium for the Garden of Inhotim in Brazil

German industrial designer Ingo Maurer specializes in light installations. For the sculpture park of Inhotim in Brazil, he ...

Artworks 18/02/2016

Animitas or the Music of Souls : In the World’s Driest Desert, a Poetic Sound Installation by Christian Boltanski

  Animitas is the most recent large scale outdoor installation by French sculptor Christian Boltanski. It is installed ...

Artworks 09/02/2016

The Wall that Went for a Walk

It is the story of a wall that went for a walk in the United States… The first ...