Yellow Cab

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IDW Publishing
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7.09 X 9.01 X 0.48 inches | 0.96 pounds

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About the Author
Born in 1969, Benoit Cohen is a French producer, filmmaker and writer. After studying architecture in Paris, he went to New York University to study filmmaking. When he came back to France, he started his own production company, Shadows Films. After a few short films, he directed his first feature film Caméléone in 1996. Between 2000 and 2014, Cohen made five other feature films (Our Precious Children, If You Love Me Follow Me...), few documentaries and three TV Series. He has been working with the same actors, and the theme of life choices appears throughout his film as a major question. Cohen's last movie, You'll Be a Man was a significant success in film festivals in the United States (more than 60 festivals and 39 awards) and is now on Netflix. In 2014, after moving in Brooklyn, Cohen drove a cab around the five boroughs, for a few months, in the perspective of writing a screenplay about a French actress becoming a taxi driver in New York. He wrote Yellow Cab, a book about his experience, which was published by Pointed Leaf Press. A movie adaptation of the book is scheduled to be shot in the fall of 2018. Christophe Chabouté published his first work, Stories, based on the work of Arthur Rimbaud, in1993 in France. Since then, he has received numerous prizes for his very personal illustrationand storytelling style. When Alone, a wholly original work of his, published in France, it was widely hailed as his masterpiece and was an Official Selection at France's prestigious Angoulême International Comics Festival. He is the illustrator-storyteller of Park Bench.