Yaël ANDRÉ (1967, Belgium) is a filmmaker and writer. She spent her early childhood in Morocco, subsequently living in Brussels where she studied Philosophy and Scriptwriting. After graduating she moved to Berlin where she worked as a historical researcher on the history of East-German documentary cinema. She has also worked as a film programmer for different institutes. She now works on her films and video installations that have been shown in art museums, prisons and (experimental) film festivals.
Les Histoires d'amour (1998, short doc), Bureau des Inventaires systématiques de la mémoire résiduelle (2002, short doc), Les Filles en oranges (2003, short) Chats errants (2007, short doc), Quand je serai dictateur/When I Will Be Dictator (2013)