International Festival Signs of the Night - Paris
Festival internatinal Signes de nuit - Paris

20e Festival international Signes de Nuit - Paris / 1-10 octobre 2022



Oksana Chepelyk Ukraine

Dr. Oksana Chepelyk is a leading researcher of the New Technologies Department, Modern Art Research Institute of Ukraine, author of book “The Interaction of Architectural Spaces, Contemporary Art and New Technologies” (2009) and curator of International Festival of Social Sculpture, Kyiv, currently researcher at IMeRA of Aix-Marseille University.

Oksana studied art in Kyiv, followed PhD course, Amsterdam University, Banff Centre, Canada, Bauhaus Dessau, Germany, Fulbright Research Program at UCLA, USA. Awards: ArtsLink1997/2007 Award (USA), FilmVideo99 (Italy), EMAF2003 Werklietz Award 2003 (Germany), Artraker Award2013 (UK), Cinemadamare Award 2013, Venice International Film Festival, Final Cut (Italy), Best Project2018 (Taiwan), Ars Electronica 2022, Linz (Austria).
Works shown: MOMA, NY; MMA, Zagreb; German Historical Museum, Berlin and Munich; Museum of the Arts History, Vienna; MCA, Skopje; MJT, LA; Art Arsenal Museum, Kyiv; “DIGITAL MEDIA Valencia”, Spain; MACZUL, Maracaibo, Venezuela, “The File”, Sao Paolo; LPM-2016/2017 Amsterdam; Venice Biennale 2019, MADATAC-2020, Madrid; EDAF-2022, “Manifesta 14”, Prishtina, Ars Electronica 2022, Linz. de

Homa Moeini Iran - France

Homa got her degree in Theatre in Iran, while having experiences in film as actress, director assistant and scriptwriter. At 2007she continued her education in theatre in University of Paris 8 in France and then, the passion for cinema pushed her to continue her studies in cinema (documentary mention). Since 2012, after obtaining her masters degree, she continued realizing documentaries, among them: “Being like everyone else”, “Cheers!” and “This is my blood”.


Sheila Coren-Tissot United States - France

American actress and acting coach born in New York, Sheila was trained initially by Stella Adler and performed six months in the Boston and Philadelphia productions of Dale Wasserman’s “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest”. She moved to Paris and joined Blanche Salant and Paul Weawer’s professional workshop at the American Center.
In 2000 she joined Philippe Ferran’s workshop and started writing short pieces. Simultaneously she taught at Le Magasin acting school created by Marc Adjadj. In 2007, she directed the Alain Sach play “Un amour de théâtre” in the Avignon festival. In 2013, she played God in Jay Oswald Olivier’s bilingual experimental feature “The theory of Love” programmed six months at the arthouse Cinema Saint-André-des-Arts in Paris.

More recently Sheila performs her short monologues at Moussa Lebkiri’s Café Bavard in Paris. For 15 years she is on the staff of L’entrée des artistes the acting school created by Olivier Belmondo, emphasising the importance of strong choices, silence and eye contact.