Of Franco-Chilean origin, Anaïs-Tohé Commaret was born in Vitry-sur-Seine, a suburb of Paris. She explores the sensory potential of the film medium, and her work is defined by a constant back-and-forth between fiction and documentary. She made use of this during her studies at the Beaux-Arts in Paris, under the guidance of Clément Cogitore. She then joined Le Fresnoy - National Studio of Contemporary Arts, where she studied with Ben Russell. There, she met Nicolas Jardin, a young cinematographer, and together they create striking imagery that led them to win the Grand Prix Art Vidéo at the Festival Côté-Court in 2020. Her short film "8" was selected in the Short Film category at the Berlinale 2023.

In June 2022, Anaïs-Tohé Commaret won the Jury's Special Prize awarded by MacVal, Le Palais de Tokyo, and Lafayette Anticipations at the Salon of Contemporary Arts in Montrouge. Her ethereal and phantasmagoric universe stems from a fascination with characters she defines as anti-heroes/ghosts, beings that wander in between intervals, seeking a place to feel at ease.
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